We use cookies

Moalem Weitemeyer uses cookies, including cookies from third parties, needed to make the website work and to enhance the user experience. Cookies are also used to detect inexpediencies and to examine your interactions with our website. Read more about how we use cookies and take care of your data here

Necessary/functional

Statistical

Accept

25 October 2021

The new Danish Act on Court Fees has entered into force

Group 7 Created with Sketch.
Download PDF version

Introduction

The Danish Parliament adopted a new bill on court fees (“Act”) on 8 March 2021. The Act came into force on 1 October 2021 and amends the former Act on court fees from 1969. The main purpose of the amendments in the Act is to simplify the rules on civil court fees to make it easier for citizens and authorities to understand and apply the rules. This entails, among others, that significant changes to the calculation of court fees have been made. The most significant amendments are described in more detail below.

The Act can be read here.   

Thomas Weitemeyer

Managing Partner

+45 30 37 96 90

Go to profile

Jonas Høst

Senior Associate

+45 30 37 96 19

Go to profile

The Latest

See all insights

29 November 2021

Happy Hanukka!

26 November 2021

Happy Holidays!

25 November 2021

Severe Criticism from the Danish Data Protection Agency of a Website with a Consent Setup which was found not to be sufficiently clear

8 November 2021

UK introduces a new Regime for screening of Foreign Investment

5 November 2021

Investment Recommendations on Social Media

4 November 2021

The New Danish Lease Act Explained

25 October 2021

The new Danish Act on Court Fees has entered into force

15 October 2021

The Court of Justice of the European Union states that Subsidiaries may be liable for Parent Company infringement of Competition Law

8 October 2021

Issuer’s Disclosure and Reporting Obligations

6 October 2021

Moalem Weitemeyer leaps to the Top 3 in the Mergermarket Legal Advisor League Tables in Q3 2021