The author explains the reasons for Denmark’s reservation from1992 towards EU cooperation in civil and commercial mattersand its “opt-out” nature as well as the failed attempt in 2015to change it to an opt-in mechanism identical to the Britishand Irish reservations. Furthermore, the author examines theexisting parallel agreements from 2005 between the EU andDenmark in respect of originally the Brussels I Regulation andthe Service Regulation and gives an account of which EUinstruments Denmark is bound by.
|IPRax - Praxis des Internationalen Privat- und Verfahrensrechts
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|Published - 2019