Central & Eastern Europe: Simplifying Poland
Poland, like the rest of the European Union's newest member states, has continued to make hundreds of legislative changes since accession last year. Salans' Warsaw office reports on the country's legal developments
On 5 February, significant changes to the Polish Code of Civil Procedure entered into force. Among the 200-plus changes introduced, some of the most material regard collection proceedings. Such changes are of particular interest to creditors as they determine how they may effectively enforce their rights against debtors receiving such financing. The changes are designed to simplify collection procedures and enhance their effectiveness, as well as to adjust them to the needs of the modern market economy.
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