Jurisdiction Rules of Denmark & "Pure Online" Dealings Outside the European Union on International Computer Networks (Danmarks værnetingsregler & "ren" online handlen uden for E.U. på internationale computer netværk)
32 Pages Posted: 18 Mar 2008
Date Written: 2004
This article written in Danish deals with those rules in the Danish Civil Procedure Code on jurisdiction that seems relevant for online commerce when one party is located outside the European Union area. In such instances the Danish jurisdiction rules in the Civil Procedure Code has to be used, as the E.U. Council Regulation 44/2001 of 22 Dec 2000 only covers instances where all parties are inside the E.U.
The Appendix consists of an unofficial translation into English of Chapter 22 of the Danish Civil Procedure Code (rules on jurisdiction).
An updated version (exclusive the Appendix) is printed in English as: Chapter 9 in Henrik Spang-Hanssen, Public International Computer Network Law Issues (Copenhagen: DJØF Publishing, 2006 - ISBN 87-574-1486-6 - US Library of Congress number 2004-411311)].
Note: Downloadable document is in Danish.
Keywords: Denmark, Cyberspace, Internet, Jurisdiction, Civil Procedure
JEL Classification: K10, K39, K40
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