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Liability of the State Treasury for injury caused by violation of EU law
It is theoretically possible to pursue damages from the State Treasury for injury caused by violation of EU law, such as non-implementation of directives. But procedural difficulties discourage most litigants from taking this path.
Liability of the State Treasury for injury caused by violation of EU law
Liability of public authorities in the real estate development process
The real estate development business relies on decisions issued by administrative authorities for architectural and construction matters. The development process follows a number of successive phases, and only after positive completion of one phase can the process move on to the next phase.
Liability of public authorities in the real estate development process
Excessive length of proceedings and its consequences
The liability of public authorities for unlawful acts or omissions also extends to delay in the functioning of the courts, infringing the individual’s right to have his case heard without undue delay. A finding of excessive length of proceedings enables a party to pursue redress of the resulting loss through the courts.
Excessive length of proceedings and its consequences
Taxation of interest awarded against the State Treasury
Damages won from the State Treasury are exempt from personal income tax. Does this exemption also apply to statutory interest awarded in a legally final judgment?
Taxation of interest awarded against the State Treasury
Claims for damages for administrative inaction
Failure to consider a decree application can be grounds for public entities to make up the loss for depriving the owners of rights to land in Warsaw.
Claims for damages for administrative inaction
Damages for unlawful nationalisation may be sought through the courts
The Polish Supreme Court has upheld the possibility of seeking damages through the courts for nationalised property…
Damages for unlawful nationalisation may be sought through the courts
State Treasury's liability for violation of EU regulations
A beneficiary of EU Structural Funds that violates procedures and has to repay the funding because of a failure by Polish state authorities to implement EU regulations properly may seek damages from the State Treasury.
State Treasury's liability for violation of EU regulations
A conference of errors
On 24 June 2010 the Institute of Criminal Law at the University of Warsaw hosted a conference entitled “Judicial Errors in Criminal Proceedings.”
A conference of errors