3. When negotiating international agreements which may affect or modify the scope of the Regulation on the service of documents annexed to this Agreement, Denmark shall agree with the Community and shall refrain from any measure which would undermine the objectives of a coordinated position of the Community in its field of competence. (2) Under Danish law, the Danish courts, when interpreting this Agreement, shall take due account of decisions given in the case-law of the Court of Justice concerning the provisions of the Regulation on the service of documents and any implementing measure of the Community. 1. The purpose of this Agreement is to apply to relations between the Community and Denmark the provisions of the Regulation on the service of documents and their implementing measures in accordance with Article 2(1) of this Agreement. What happens if a product or service is delayed or not provided? Is the buyer entitled to damages? For example, how much and how should this damage be calculated per day, week or month late and should there be a cap, e.g. 15% of the order value? Should the buyer have the right to withdraw from the contract? When in this case? After a week, five weeks or fifteen weeks of delay? 1. International agreements concluded by the Community in the exercise of its external powers on the basis of the provisions of the Regulation on the service of documents shall not be binding on Denmark and shall not apply. 1.
Where, in a dispute pending before a Danish court, a question of validity or interpretation of this Agreement is raised, that court shall request the Court of Justice to give a ruling where, in the same circumstances, a court of another Member State of the European Union would be required to do so in respect of the Regulation on the service of documents and its implementing measures. in accordance with Article 2(1) of this Agreement. . . .