Enforcement: Coming out of the cold

Morten Frank and Gregers Gam outline the Danish approach to the recognition of foreign judgments ‘As a starting point, judgments only have legal effect in the jurisdiction in which they were rendered; public international law does not provide a legal foundation for recognition of judgments from other jurisdictions.’ Traditionally, Denmark has not recognised foreign judgments …
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Cases Referenced

  • Kenneth P Weiss and Green Shoe Ltd v S (UfR 2011 3001)
  • Taster Wine A/S v Gargantini (UfR 2001 1949)