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(1) The United Kingdom undertakes, in the circumstances permitted by Article 59 of the 1968 Convention, not to recognise or enforce under that Convention any judgment within the meaning of that Convention given in a third State which is a Party to that Convention against a person domiciled or habitually resident in Australia.
(2) For the purposes of paragraph (1) of this Article—
(a)an individual shall be treated as domiciled in Australia if and only if he is resident in Australia and the nature and circumstances of his residence indicate that he has a substantial connection with Australia;
(b)a corporation or association shall be treated as domiciled in Australia if and only if it is incorporated or formed under a law in force in Australia and has a registered office there, or its central management and control is exercised in Australia; and
(c)in the case of an individual who—
(i)is resident in Australia; and
(ii)has been so resident for the last three months or more,
the requirements of Article 3(2)(a) shall be presumed to be fulfilled unless the contrary is proved.
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