Tables, cupboards, desk and bookcases
Domstolsstyrelsen | Published December 23, 2015 - Deadline January 28, 2016
39120000, 39130000, 39150000
Courts of Denmark has from 1.1.2007 passed by the Supreme Court, two high courts, the Maritime and Commercial Court, Land Registration Court 24 district courts, the Court in the Faroe Islands, the courts of Greenland, Procesbevillingsnævnet, the Special Court of Final Appeal Sideline Board, Judicial Appointments Council and the Court Administration. Under the concept of courtroom furniture shall include: - But not exhaustive - Judge counters, anklager-, defense and witness tables, journalist tables, railings, storage space for files, etc. It is noted that the framework agreement does not include delivery or installation of courtroom furniture to the Court in the Faroe Islands and the courts of Greenland. At Denmark Domtole be understood in this context: the Supreme Court, High Court, High Court, the Maritime and Commercial Court, Copenhagen City Court, the Court of Esbjerg, the Court of Glostrup Court in Elsinore, the Court of Herning, the Court of Hillerød, the Court of Hjørring Court in Holbaek, the Court of Holstebro, the Court of Horsens, the Court of Kolding, the Court of Lyngby, the Court of Nykøbing Falster, the Court of Naestved, the Court in London, the Court of Randers, the Court of Roskilde, the Court of Svendborg, the Court of Sønderborg, the Court of Viborg, the Court of Aalborg, the Court of Aarhus, right on the island, the Frederiksberg District Court, Registration Court and the appeals. Court Administration and Courts of Denmark therefore reserves the right to purchase courtroom furniture from other suppliers.