Personal income tax liability resulting from the vague legal definition of ‘economic activity’
No regulation of the exclusion of a judge from the examination of a case upon a party’s request justified by the party’s subjective loss of confidence in the court’s impartiality and unbiased activity within the limits of the law
No possibility for a close person, as defined by the Criminal Code, to appeal against a public prosecutor’s decision declining the said person’s request for telephone contact with a pretrial detainee
The guardianship court’s imposition on a child’s caregiver of the obligation to pay a certain amount to a person authorised to maintain contact with the child
The lack of the possibility of an appellate review in the case of an order by the president of the competent court on the lack of a conflict of interests where several suspects are represented by the same defence counsel
The lack of the possibility of issuing public-order provisions in an ordinance by local self-government authorities on the basis of Article 40(3) and (4) of the Act on Local Self-Government in Communes ...
National and international courts' assessment of conformity to the Constitution and the ECHR (on the basis of Art. 6(1), first sentence, of the ECHR) of statutes...
The exclusion of a judge from the examination of a case due to the circumstances of his/her appointment; the Polish President’s announcement about judicial vacancies in the Supreme Court; adjudication on the status of a judge by the Supreme Court
Article 6(1), first sentence, of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, insofar as the term 'tribunal' used therein comprises the Constitutional Tribunal
Assessment of the conformity to the Polish Constitution of selected provisions of the Treaty on European Union
Restrictions regarding commerce on Sundays as well as on state and religious holidays
No obligation on the part of the Supreme Court to prepare a statement of reasons for its decision to dismiss a manifestly unfounded cassation appeal; the limited obligation to compensate any damage caused by manifestly unjustified detention pending trial