The protection of civil and individual rights is significant and, thus, a business owner may rest assured that agreements and contracts are binding on both parties. Similarly, the Danish judicial system ensures efficient enforcement of agreements and contracts.
In Denmark, as in other countries, however you are well-advised to ensure that all agreements and contracts are made in writing. A well-drafted written agreement is good evidence and documentation of your rights. Also, a written agreement reduces the risk of disputes arising. A written agreement also makes solving any disputes that may nonetheless arise much less complicated.
Although you have a significant degree of freedom of contract in Denmark, you will have to consider relevant EU regulation and specific Danish rules. For this reason, when entering into agreements and contracts in Denmark, it is a good idea to take the advice of a lawyer familiar with the law and practice governing the area, who will ensure that you and your business are able to operate on a legal platform safeguarding you from predators.
At ADVODAN, we help you ensure that the agreements and contracts entered into are in order and that they are tailored to the needs and objectives of your business. We also assist you in incorporating new legal requirements for existing and future agreements as well as anticipating new legal requirements.
Through a review of your agreements and contracts – a legal check - we may also identify areas in which you need, or ought to, enter into or clarify written contracts. This could be with the view to prevent a dispute or a sudden loss of significant customers or important collaborators.
While ADVODAN advises you on your contracts and agreements with your suppliers and customers, it would be a good idea to also review any other agreements used by your business.
Below, you will find examples of agreements and contracts, which we often draft: