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Real Property Reprivatization Decisions in Warsaw May Be Revoked

Legislation recently passed by the Polish Parliament grants a Parliamentary Commission the right to rescind reprivatization decisions previously issued with respect to real property in the city of Warsaw. Such a rescission would remove the legal grounds for return of the property to the ex-owner or its legal successor, which could lead to seizure of … Continue Reading

Be Fair, or the (Polish) Government Will Chase You!

Polish law continues its drive toward regulating commercial activities in Poland. This time, it is with the new Act on Counteracting Abuse of Contractual Advantage in Trading Agricultural and Grocery Products, signed into law by the President, will enter into force in six months’ time, on 12 July 2017. The Act aims to restore the … Continue Reading

The Polish Dream of Electric Cars

Certain changes in regulations, somewhat challenging for the renewable energy sector, and the government’s declarations of support to the coal industry might suggest that Poland is not much interested in “going green”. Still, it turns out that electric cars may fit in its energy strategy just well. Surely, the electric cars are as “green” as … Continue Reading

Four Pages That Brought Investors in Poland to Tears

Last Monday (October 31, 2016) turned out to be a black one for non-public investment funds in Poland (i.e. closed-end investment funds known as FIZAN). There was uproar in the business environment and among tax advisors; many could not believe what they had heard. A group of MPs of the ruling party, Law and Justice … Continue Reading
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