To register a sister-state judgment in California under CCP 1710.010 et seq., the judgment creditor need not show that the defendant is subject to personal jurisdiction in California.  If the sister-state judgment is otherwise enforceable, the defendant received due process in the original forum state and need not be afforded all due process rights in the states in which the judgment is registered.  In so holding, the decision follows Fidelity National Financial, Inc. v. Friedman (9th Cir. 2019) 935 F.3d 696 which held that personal jurisdiction in the registering district is also not required to register a federal court judgment in a different district under 28 USC 1963.