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If the parties did not envisage or did not accept an arbitration, a public court is competent. Contrary to the “Standard Disputes Rules” the national courts do not have a universal procedure. Each State has its own rules.
A litigation which is not sliced by arbitration will be in the European Union (without Denmark) subjected to the “Rule Brussels I”.
In general the competence is that the legal procedure must take place in the country and the language of the defendant.
The council of a lawyer (in this country) seems essential.