Legal Notice

Alternative Dispute Resolution for consumers

If a dispute concerning a service agreement cannot be resolved through negotiation between the parties, the consumer can submit the matter to the Consumer Disputes Board ( for resolution.

If the dispute concerns a service agreement entered into online, the consumer may submit the matter to the Consumer Disputes Board via the European Commission’s Online Dispute Resolution Forum: In order to submit the matter, the consumer will need Procopé & Hornborg’s e-mail address:   

It is recommended that the consumer contacts the Local Register Offices’ Consumer Advisory Service ( before taking the matter to the Consumer Disputes Board.


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