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DIS case on hold until 16 November

While Danish Maritime Officers awaits a response from the Danish Ministry of Taxation on the state’s position in the DIS case, the trial against the Danish Shipowners’ Association and several shipping companies has been put on hold until the middle of November, Danish Maritime Officers tells ShippingWatch.

The DIS case, in which Danish Maritime Officers has sued the Danish Shipowners’ Association and several shipping companies has been put on hold until 16 November as Danish Maritime Officers has had the deadline of when to hand in its next response to the trial postponed in order to find out how the Danish state sees the case.

In the beginning of September, Danish Maritime Officers sent a third-party notion to the Danish Ministry of Taxation and thereby the state, in which the authorities are encouraged to enter the present trial on the side of Danish Maritime Officers. However, if the state will not enter the trial on the side of Danish Maritime Officers, the trade organisation will be prepared to sue the state.

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