Need a lawyer in dispute against Swedish buyer or seller?
Welcome to Swedish legal firm Din Juridik “Your Law”. Our legal firm specializes in contract law disputes between buyers and sellers of goods or services.
Our experience in purchasing law will help you with your claim against a Swedish company or private individual.
– Relevant law
If it is stipulated in your contract with the Swedish party which country’s law should be applied and which country’s courts should try the case, this usually is binding for both parties.
If it is not specified in contract, the applicable law is determined by national law and depends on for example if buyer or seller is a consumer.
If the seller is in Sweden and is a commercial seller, usually the law on international purchases (CISG) applies, read more (in Swedish).
Our lawyers are experts in purchasing law
Legal firm “Din Juridik/Your law” often help in disputes between car dealers, manufacturers, insurance companies, between commercial parties or between consumers. We also assist in cases related to international purchases. We assist buyers as well as sellers. We are a legal firm who assist in all cases surrounding purchasing law. We assist companies as well as private individuals in whole of Sweden or abroad.
– Honest prediction of the possibilities in your case
Our ambition is to push your case forward for the fastest, best and most cost-effective solution. We give you a straight answer and clear communication regarding your possibilities to succeed in the case. We do not take on cases where we believe the chance of success is low.
Amount won or settled cases
Because we do not take cases where we think the possibilities of success are low, we can claim a 9 out of 10 rate of won or settled cases in the field of purchase law.
- Other civil law, family law or public law
- Purchase law
Experts in purchasing law
Approxiamtely 75 % of our cases are related to purchasing law. You can be sure that this is our area of expertise.
- Court proceedings
- Settlement outside of court
Usually a solution without court proceedings
In over 50 % of the cases we solve the case without court proceedings. For example by the counterpart agreeing to a solution or we reach a ruling “in abstentia”.