Tag Archives: Retail

Poland: Unclear Rules of Temporary Expiry of Lease Rights and Obligations at Retail Facilities of More Than 2,000 m2

The Polish draft law commonly referred to as the “Anti-Crisis Shield” (adopted by the Sejm last weekend) poses many questions in regard to lease relations between landlords and tenants at retail facilities of more than 2,000 m2. Firstly, due to its ambiguous wording, there are doubts whether it covers all retail facilities or only those … Continue Reading

Poland: Lease Agreements at Retail Facilities of More Than 2,000 m2 in the Anti-Crisis Shield Act (Bill Adopted by Sejm)

During the weekend, the Polish Sejm (the lower house of parliament) passed the so-called “Anti-Crisis Shield Act” bill. The draft will now be debated in the Senate before being signed into law by the President and becoming effective on 1 April. The document may still undergo certain changes further down the legislative path.… Continue Reading

Poland: Closing Commercial and Service Establishments at Commercial Facilities Due to the COVID-19 Epidemic Versus Rent at Large Commercial Facilities

On March 13, 2020, the Minister of Health issued the Regulation on Declaring the State of Epidemic Threat within the Republic of Poland whereby, as of March 14, 2020, the following business operations (at commercial facilities with a sales area of more than 2,000 square meters) were temporarily prohibited:… 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
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