The Swedish Academy paid SEK 1.5 million in legal costs immediately after losing the dispute, without the other party having to apply for help from the Enforcement Officer.
However, the Swedish Academy chose to pay the money through a reduction in the Enforcement Officer’s account as security for a possible final loss in the dispute. Something that anyone can do and that happened on the academy’s own initiative. The claim thus never went to the Enforcement Officer.
After losing the lawsuit, the money was deducted from the reduction.
The Swedish Academy was dissatisfied with the outcome and complained to the Ministry of Justice and demanded compensation for the fact that their courts had ruled incorrectly in the case. However, the application was rejected in June last year.
Source: Fria Tider by www.friatider.se.
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