- in Denmark, the district courts (‘byretten’)
- in Denmark, the high court (‘landsretten’) through the court that took the decision
- in Denmark, the Supreme Court (‘Højesteret’), if allowed by the Appeals Permission Board. Appeals must be lodged through the court that took the decision.
- in Denmark, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian and Swedish
- in Denmark, Article 246(2) and (3) of the Administration of Justice Act
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