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2019 | 22 | 2 | 71-83
Article title

„Doregulacja”. Nieprecyzyjność prawa jako nowa przyczyna wyznaczania standardów postępowania przez organizacje branżowe w procesie samoregulacji

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EN
The imprecision of the law as a new source of setting standards of conduct by industry organizations in the process of self-regulation
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
Over the last few years, a change has been noticed in the approach to shaping legal regulations in the economic field, and this has become the motive for a new approach to self-regulation. The change consists in the fact that the legislator mainly defines the purpose of a regulation, the regulatory framework, and the sanctions. However, it does not contain specific provisions indicating how an economic entity should fulfill the purpose of a given regulation. Thus, it leaves the broad sphere undefined. The legislator indicates what is expected, what the sanction for non-compliance will be, but it does not indicate exactly how business owners should achieve this compliance. The aim of the article is to describe a new trend of self-regulation, from the perspective of the role that industry organizations can play. Three examples of new acts in the field of commercial law are analyzed, which are characterized by a lack of clarity and are part of the case-law framework. Two initiatives of an industry organization which clarify unclear legal provisions are pointed out. The analyses make it possible to state that the industry organizations are able to take responsibility for interpretations of imprecise regulations in the field of commercial law. The organizations are also able to set standards of conduct and develop industry self-regulation so that they are respected by the industry and the legislator as a response to the new model of shaping the law.
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Volume
22
Issue
2
Pages
71-83
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published
2019-09-06
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Publication order reference
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_18778_1899-2226_22_2_05
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