Nyhavn 17 is known for its crookedness and tattoos, here has always housed an artistic environment. The trademark at the address was strictly impossible to get, but after a long argument with the help of lawyers, it finally succeeded because that address is so well known for its tattoo history. Incidentally, tourists come from all parts of the world to see this little shop.
Majbritt’s protests find earplugs
What on paper should have been a simple matter between a tenant and a landlord, is now finding its way to the press. Things are picking up speed and everywhere in the world from the Washington Post to the Daily Mail, as well as several tattoo magazines, the case is now being described. In the Danish media, Ekstra Bladet, Berlingske Tidende and TV2 also appear on the field. The case even found its way to German EU politician Martin Sonneborn, who recommended preserving the store.
Majbritt has not gone silent with the doors, and the world has now listened.
You can read more about the trial in the press here. On February 19, 2019, the case will come to court. It ends with a victory, with 2 judges voting against 1.
The restaurant "Nyhavn 17", however, chooses to appeal the case to the high court, but the outcome remains the same and on March 10, 2020, Majbritt won the case in the high court. The store is allowed to continue.