For several months, the Government Legislative Centre has been working on a bill amending certain laws to counteract usury. At the end of December 2021, the Sejm was provided with the bill aimed at undertaking comprehensive and coordinated measures to eliminate the malpractice of granting loans of usurious nature (print number 1911).
Until now, the legalization of stay and work on the territory of the Republic of Poland of citizens of Ukraine has been carried out on the basis of the rules applicable to the citizens of the states that are not the European Union members, and special arrangements applicable, among others, to the citizens of Ukraine.
The Sejm was submitted a bill amending the Accounting Act and certain other acts, which, among others, provides for modification of provisions relating to the principles of signing of financial statements.
Entities which employ less than 20 employees (the so-called other employing entities) and public finance sector entities (regardless of the state of employment) since 1 January 2021, the Employee Capital Plans Act of 4 October 2018 (the “Employee Capital Plans Act”) applies also to them.
Based on the judgment of 16 July 2020 (Case C-311/18, hereinafter: the Judgment), the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) invalidated the Privacy Shield framework, i.e. Commission Implementing Decision (EU)
In order to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Act of 10 June 2016 on Posting of Workers in the Framework of the Provision of Services with the Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2018/957
Companies registered in the National Business Register before 13 October 2019 have only five days to register their beneficial owner with the Central Register of Beneficial Owner (the “CRBO”).
Released was (for the time being – unofficially) a governmental bill amending the Act on Extraordinary Measures for Preventing, Counteracting and Combating COVID-19, other Infectious Diseases and Emergencies Caused by Them and Certain Other Acts (the so-called “Anti-Crisis Shield 2.0”).
Magdalena Bęza and Przemysław Kamil Rosiak write about how the government’s trade ban may impact relations between landlords and tenants in retail points.
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AmCham.pl Quarterly 2/2020, part 9
On 17 April 2020, the President of the Republic of Poland signed the Act on Special Support Instruments in Connection with the Spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus (the so-called Anti-Crisis Shield 2.0).
On 1 April 2020, majority of provisions of the Act Amending the Act on Extraordinary Measures for Preventing, Counteracting and Combating COVID-19, Other Infectious Diseases and Emergencies Caused by Them and Certain Other Acts (hereinafter: the “Act”) entered into force.
On 31 March 2020, the Act of 31 March 2020 amending the Act on Extraordinary Measures for Preventing, Counteracting and Combating COVID-19, Other Infectious Diseases and Emergencies Caused by Them and Certain Other Acts as part of the so-called anti-crisis shield was promulgated in the Journal of Laws.
In order to mitigate the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on entrepreneurs, the Polish government developed the so-called Anti-Crisis Shield (previously known as the “shield package”).