(i) the defendant was not notified in such a timely manner that it could defend itself, unless the defendant came forward and presented his case without challenging the service in the original court, provided that the law of the State of origin renders the service or notification liable to compensatory measures; (ii) was notified to the defendant in the required state in a manner inconsistent with the fundamental principles of the state required with respect to the service and notification of written documents; (a) the agreement is, according to the law of the State of the elected jurisdiction, null and void; (b) a party was unable to conclude the agreement in accordance with state law of the court in the court; (c) the effect of the agreement would lead to a manifest injustice or would be manifestly contrary to the public policy of the state of the court before it; (d) for exceptional reasons beyond the control of the parties, the agreement cannot reasonably be implemented; or (e) the elected court decided not to hear the case. 2. If the sentencing does not allow the subject court to verify whether the conditions of this chapter are met, that court may require all necessary documents. 3. An application for recognition or execution may be accompanied by a document issued by a court (including a judicial official) of the State of origin, as recommended and published by the Hague Conference on Private International Law. 4. If the documents covered in this article are not contained in an official language of the required state, they must be accompanied by a certified translation into an official language, unless the required state law provides otherwise. (a) the agreement was, under the law of the State of the elected court, not valid, unless the chosen jurisdiction established the validity of the agreement; (b) a party was unable to conclude the agreement in accordance with the required state law; (c) the procedure issues an act or equivalent document, including the essential elements of the application, decision 2014/887/EU approving the Hague Convention on the choice of judicial agreements between parties to international transactions (1) This Convention must be interpreted as far as possible as it is compatible with other treaties in force for the contracting states before or under the present Convention. 2. This Convention does not affect the application of a treaty by a contracting state, whether concluded before or under this Convention, where neither party is established in a contracting state that is not a party to the treaty. 3. This Convention does not affect the application by a contracting State of a treaty concluded for that State party prior to the entry into force of this Convention if the application of this Convention is inconsistent with that contracting state`s obligations to a non-party state.

This paragraph also applies to contracts that reverence or replace a treaty concluded for that State party prior to the entry into force of this Convention, unless the revision or replacement leads to further contradictions with this Convention. 4. This agreement does not affect the application of a treaty, whether concluded before or after this Convention, by a contracting State for the purpose of recognizing or enforcing a court decision of a contracting state that is also a party to this treaty.