Pytania prejudycjalne do Trybunału Sprawiedliwości Unii Europejskiej a polskie sądownictwo administracyjne (zagadnienia wybrane)
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Since 1 may 2004 Poland was obligated to adopt rules of the European Union law (acquis communautaire). Domestic courts must apply appropriate regulations two different legal orders . Cooperation with European Court of Justice (ECJ) could be the best solution to achievement accordance of treaties obligations and national law. One of the most popular method, provided for article 234 Treaty establishing the European Community, are preliminary questions. In according with european jurisdiction, polish administrative courts could use this mechanism to adjudicate . In many situations courts have to refer to the ECJ for a preliminary ruling a question on the interpretation european union law. On the other hand some cases should be decided by domestic jurisdiction, but even than ECJ is obligated to present his point of view. Although litigant party could not influence on court he can use regulations provided by domestic legal procedure, for example he can lodge a complaint against suspension of legal proceedings. Put preliminary questions into practice shows how consequences will bear a parties europeanization domestic law.
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