Quarantine case against Thor Stadil postponed indefinitely

Shortly before the first session of court, the bankruptcy quarantine case against business man Thor Stadil has been postponed. It may be several years now before the case will be trialed at court.

Thor Stadil is chairman of the Thornico group, which he manages together with his son, Christian Stadil. | Photo: PR / Skovdal / Thornico

A long-awaited legal battle between Thor Stadil and insolvency administrators from two of Denmark’s biggest law firms has been postponed only a few weeks before the case should have started.

The dispute concerns whether Stadil ought to be sentenced to bankruptcy quarantine for his role in the family’s bankrupt shipping company.

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