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Date:   3 December 2004
Court:   Western High Court of Denmark
Local case reference:   n/a
CISG Nordic ID:   041203DK
Country of decision:   Denmark
Buyer's country:   Denmark
Seller's country:   Germany
Goods involved:   Windows
Case history:   1st instance: 4 December 2003, District Court of Aarhus
Original language:   Danish
Provisions cited:   No CISG articles cited
Original court document:   Reported below in full text.
Rapporteur:   Thomas Neumann
Case citations:   n/a

 

 

Abstract

by Neumann, Thomas

A dispute arose when a buyer of windows discovered that they had been produced to measurements as seen from inside instead of outside. The court did not find that the seller of the custom made windows were liable as the professional buyer should have noticed the angle on the blueprints and the buyer did not prove that it is Danish custom to produce windows to measurements as seen from outside.

The western high court affirmed the decision of the district court of Aarhus by stating that no matter a custom to make blueprints of windows as they are seen from the outside, the blueprints clearly indicated that the measurements were as seen from inside.

 

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