piątek, 26 maja 2017

Accounting in limited liability company(LLC) in Poland

Accounting in LLC in Poland differs greatly from the way it is conducted in a single person business. There are also different ways to deal with tax authorities in Poland. The first major difference is that a LLC in Poland has no right to choose book-keeping method. More at:

Bank credit after a divorce in Poland

When a marriage in Poland dissolves by a divorce a legal division of assets occurs, but bank credit is a matter that remains unsettled. The court in Poland may establish who will take over the apartment, the car, the household equipment, but the court has no power over bank credit. More at:

Transfer of a bank credit after a divorce in Poland

If upon separate agreement spouses decide that only one of them will be using the money loaned by the bank and they both agree that only one person who should pay the installments for the loan, both spouses should address the bank. More at:

środa, 24 maja 2017

Apartment after a divorce in Poland

If the spouses share an apartment, in Poland the court in the divorce verdict also declares how to use the apartment for the time when the divorced spouses live together. More at:

Surname change after a divorce in Poland

Within three months from the date of the divorce in Poland, the divorced spouse who changed his or her name as a result of marriage has the right to return to the name he/she had before the marriage. More at:

wtorek, 23 maja 2017

Alimony for children in Poland

According to article 133 of Code of Family parents are required to pay maintenance to a child who is not yet able to sustain himself unless the income from the child's property is sufficient to cover his maintenance. More at:

Definition of a divorce in Poland

Divorce in Poland is a civil dissolution of a valid marriage by a court at the request of one or both spouses. Divorce in addition to widowhood and marriage annulment is one of the circumstances leading to end of a marriage. More at:

poniedziałek, 22 maja 2017

Estimation of real estate in Poland

The estimation of property in Poland is an opinion on estate value and is an official document. It may only be made in writing. In the event of significant divergences in opinions on the value of the same real estate prepared by property valuers, the assessment of the correctness of these valuations is carried out by a professional organization of valuers. More at:

Market value of real estate in Poland

Market value of real estate in Poland is an estimated value at the valuation date of the property for sale on market terms between the buyer and the seller, who have a firm intention to enter into an agreement, act discreetly and act prudently and is not in a forced situation. More at:

piątek, 19 maja 2017

Land and building register in Poland

Land and buildings register in Poland is a geodesic public register of figures and descriptions of land, buildings and premises and data concerning owners of real estate (in the absence of data on owners, persons and organizational units that these properties hold) specified by Regulation of the Minister of Regional Development And Construction of 29 March 2001. More at:

Cadastral parcel in Poland

Cadastral parcel (geodesic, land plot) in Poland in the smallest unit of land division for the purpose of land and buildings register (real estate cadastre). According to the Land and Building Register Law, a land parcel is a continuous land area within a single boundary, legally homogeneous, separated from the environment by means of border lines. More at:

Expiration of a mortgage in Poland

Mortgages generally expire upon the expiration of the secured claim, unless a future legal relationship can be ensured by subsequent collateralised receivables. If the claim is due and the creditor is in default, the mortgage will expire if the property owner deposits the secured amount in a court deposit, waiving the right to withdraw it at the same time. More at:

Types of mortgages in Poland

Joint morgages in Poland is a mortgage that covers a number of properties in such a way that the creditor can claim his rights from any of the properties on its own behalf. The purpose of a joint mortgage is to facilitate and reduce the cost of securing a single claim on more than one or more properties. More at:

Creation is a mortgage in Poland

The mortgage may be established by a way of legal action or a court decision, or a decision of the relevant tax authority - Tax Office, ZUS, KRUS (also in the form of a non-delivered decision). More at:

Mortgage in Poland

Mortgage in Poland is a limited property right on immovable property (real estate) and on selected rights (proprietary cooperative rights to premises, mortgage secured receivable), securing debts resulting from a determined legal relationship where the creditor can claim property, with a priority over personal creditors of the real estate owner.More at:

Entry into the land and mortgage register in Poland

Entries into the land and mortgage register are made by a judge or, more and more often, by the a court oficer, on the basis of submitted applications, exceptionally only ex officio.More at:

Structure of land and mortgage register in Poland

The Land and Mortgage Register consists of 4 sections which are: ...More at:

Principles of land and mortgage register in Poland

The land registry is governed by several rules. The most important are ... More at:

piątek, 12 maja 2017

Land and mortgage register in Poland

Land and Mortgage Register is a public register that reveals the legal status of the property. It allows you to determine who it belongs to and what rights your property has. The land registry is quite common to the family of continental legal systems, although the registers of perpetual usufruct in different countries differ significantly. More at:

Purchase of an agricultural land in Poland

From 1 May 2016, foreigners can purchase agricultural land in Poland without a special permission. According to the law, the land will be available to buy only to those who will cultivate it and only if they have been registered in the municipality or neighboring municipality for 5 years. More at:

wtorek, 9 maja 2017

Land real estate in Poland

The basic type of real estate is land (land), which is a part of the earth surface constituting a separate property. The buildings, other equipment and plants located on them and permanently associated with them, as well as the property rights, are the constituent parts of a land property. They may be the subject of a separate property as a residential property.  More at:

Residential real estate in Poland

The other type of real estate in Poland is the so-called residential real estate - it is created on the basis of the law on residences. The dwelling house is a dwelling, which, as a result of separation according to the principles set out in that law. In order to establish ownership of a property, it is necessary to register this property in the land and mortgage register.  More at:

Building real estate in Poland

There is a concept of a building real estate in Polish legislation. It concerns a certain legal status (or a legal title to the land), namely the right of perpetual usufruct - this right is limited in time and does not find its counterpart in the legislation of the "old Union states". The right of perpetual usufruct applies only to land which is the property of local government units or the State Treasury in Poland.  More at:

Agricultural real estate in Poland

A particular type of land property in Poland is agricultural property. The Civil Code in Poland defines the concept of "agricultural real estate", but in this case we are dealing with the way of using real estate and not its kind. It is not the type of property that qualifies it as agricultural, but the way it is used - "which is or may be used for agricultural activities ...".  More at:

Types of real estate in Poland

The Civil Code does not explicitly define a single concept of real estate, but defines three types of it. According to the civil law definition, real estate in Poland is divided into ...  More at:

Definition of real estate in Poland

According to article 46 § 1 of the polish Civil Code, "real estate in Poland is a part of the land that constitutes a separate property (land), as well as permanently attached buildings or parts of such buildings". Property should be separated in terms of legal (ownership) and physical (land-geodetic). More at:

czwartek, 4 maja 2017

Alimony for the divorced spouse in Poland

A divorced spouse who has not been found guilty of the divorce and who is in need may request from the other spouse financial aid within the scope of his/her legitimate needs(alimony). More at:

Division of assets in Poland

At the request of one of the spouses, the court may, in a divorce verdict, divide the common property if it does not result in an excessive delay in the proceedings. More at:

Division of assets in Poland

At the request of one of the spouses, the court may, in a divorce verdict, divide the common property if it does not result in an excessive delay in the proceedings. More at:

Custody of children after a divorce in Poland

In a divorce verdict the court decides on parental custody over the common minor child of both spouses and decides how each spouse is obliged to bear the costs of raising the child. The court may give the custody to one parent by limiting the parental authority of the other to the specific duties. More at:

Legal regulation of divorces in Poland

Institution of a divorce existed in ancient times, then was spread by roman law. However, under the influence of christianity, it practically disappeared as it became a sacrament. Recovery of this institution happened during the period french revolution through french law. More at:

Jurisdiction of polish court

The general rule of court jurisdiction in Poland states that the case may be brought before a polish court if the defendant is domiciled or a resident in Poland. More at: