Section 20 (1) Actions in conflict with this Act may be prohibited by judgments. Concurrently with this or subsequently, such injunctions may be imposed by judgments as may be considered necessary to ensure 1) compliance with the prohibition, including through provision that agreements entered into in conflict with a prohibition are invalid, and 2) restitution of the state of affairs existing before the unlawful action, including destruction or recall of products and issue of information or correction of statements. (2) Actions in conflict with this Act incur liability to pay damages under the general rules of Danish law. (3) Any person who infringes or unwarrantably takes advantage of another’s rights in conflict with this Act shall pay reasonable damages for this. (4) If infringement or exploitation of rights in conflict with this Act has taken place neither intentionally nor through negligence, the offender shall pay damages in accordance with subsection (3) to the extent deemed reasonable.