The Swedish Supreme Court declares itself lacking jurisdiction as a result of an arbitration clause (BornholmsTrafikken / Ystad Hamn)

Background The Danish state runs a ferry service (“BornholmsTrafikken”) which operates between Bornholm in Denmark and Ystad in Sweden. The Port of Ystad (the “Port”), which is owned by the municipality, provides various services to BornholmsTrafikken. BornholmsTrafikken commenced proceedings against the Port claiming, among other things, that various fees should be reimbursed since the Port had allegedly abused its dominant position by excessive pricing. The parties agreed that the District Court of Ystad should adjudicate by way of an intermediate judgment whether : (i) it had jurisdiction; (ii)

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Carl Wetter, Carl Johan Sundqvist, The Swedish Supreme Court declares itself lacking jurisdiction as a result of an arbitration clause (BornholmsTrafikken / Ystad Hamn), 19 February 2008, e-Competitions February 2008, Art. N° 21218

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