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European administrative cooperation
Poland’s amended Administrative Procedure Code includes a new chapter governing the conduct of European administrative cooperation.
European administrative cooperation
Business Law: New rules for administrative proceedings
A proposal for a long-promised act intended to facilitate the operation of businesses was published on the Government Legislation Centre website in February. The proposed Business Law contains a set of rules that would apply in administrative proceedings from as early as September 2017.
Business Law: New rules for administrative proceedings
Damages for over-lengthy administrative proceedings
In a case handled by Wardyński & Partners, the firm has obtained a favourable ruling from the Warsaw Regional Court awarding damages for loss caused by inaction of the authorities and wrongful acts and omissions in administrative proceedings.
Damages for over-lengthy administrative proceedings
Electronic signature doesn’t work in administrative court
Poland’s Supreme Administrative Court has held that under current law it is impermissible to file papers with the administrative courts electronically using a secure electronic signature.
Electronic signature doesn’t work in administrative court
When an administrative case takes too long
Parties to administrative proceedings ask what can be done when the case drags on too long. There is no simple remedy, but a complaint against overlong proceedings is one option.
When an administrative case takes too long
The requirement for legalisation of foreign official documents
Courts and state offices typically demand legalisation or apostille of official documents issued in another country, but it is not always necessary.
The requirement for legalisation of foreign official documents