The Courts of Denmark are vested with judicial powers and administrative functions attached thereto, including probate matters, bankruptcy, bailiff's court, land registration and general administration.
Courts of Denmark are the third power of state.
The Danish judicial system
The Courts of Denmark are vested with judicial powers and administrative functions attached thereto, including probate matters, bankruptcy, bailiffs court, land registration and general administration
Vision, values and objectives
Court work is to a large extent regulated by legislation, but the day-to-day activities and how the organisation should develop is not decided by law.
The history of the Courts of Denmark goes back several hundred years, and their duties and role reflect the sociohistorical development of Danish society.
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Judiciary transparency is crucial to the public's conception of Denmark as a society founded on the rule of law and to public confidence in the judiciary.
Insolvency and business
If you are insolvent, you cannot pay your bills as agreed. The person or company you owe money can ask the courts to take action.