ee) A broker with a truly independent status, acting only as an intermediary between a company in one of the territories and a potential client in the other territory, is not considered a stable institution in that other territory if these activities do not involve securing the orders referred to at point dd) 3). I would be grateful if you could confirm your agreement on the provisions of Article VI of the above agreement and, in this case, that this note and your response be considered part of the agreement. (b) the term “Denmark”: the territory of the Kingdom of Denmark, including the coastal sea of Denmark and the surrounding airspace, as well as any other maritime area, as this area has been designated under Danish national law or may be designated by Danish law as an area in which Denmark may exercise high rights to explore the natural resources of the seabed or its subso soils , and super-central waters and other economic and exploration activities in the area; the term does not cover the Faroe Islands and Greenland; a. he is considered a resident of the state in which he has a permanent homeland; if he has a permanent homeland in both states, he is considered a resident of the state with which his personal and economic relations are more closely linked (vital focus); 5. A business in a contracting state is not considered a stable institution in the other contracting state solely because it acts in that other state through a broker, general agent or other agent with an independent function, provided that they act properly. However, where the activities of such a representative are considered to be as such, in whole or in part, for that company itself or for the law of that company and other companies that are under the same common control or under the same common control, they are not considered an agent with independent status within the meaning of this paragraph. 3. Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, the term “permanent establishment” is deemed not to be included; The annexed agreement between the Government of the Republic of India and the Government of the Kingdom of Denmark on the prevention of double taxation and the prevention of tax evasion in the context of income and capital taxation came into force on 13 June 1989, after the two States Parties notified each other of the constitutional requirements. , in accordance with Article 30, paragraph 1, of the Convention; 2.