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2010 | 6 | 1 Prawo | 93-103
Article title

Odpowiedzialność odszkodowawcza władzy publicznej na zasadzie słuszności w prawie polskim

Title variants
EN
Public Authority Liability for Damages According to the Principle of Equity in the Polish Law
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
The state’s liability for tort according to the principle of equity was introduced in Poland for the first time in the act from 1956 on the State’s liability for damages done by the state functionaries. Respects of equity assume an assessment of the situation when the damage occurred through the prism of moral convictions and axiological principles consolidated in the society and accepted in the legal system. The assessment of the validity of adjudication for damages should consider both the objective circumstances of the matter and the injured person’s situation. Liability comes into play in the situation when the damage was done by the action of an organ of public authority which was according to the law. The exceptional character of liability determines limiting it only to the injuries on a person, which is justified by the special character of goods included within compensation protection.
Contributors
  • Wydział Zamiejscowy Nauk Prawnych i Ekonomicznych Katolickiego Uniwersytetu Lubelskiego Jana Pawła II w Tomaszowie Lubelskim
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Document Type
Publication order reference
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