- ItemKateřina Frumarová, Nullity and Other Defects of Administrative Decisions in the Czech Republic (Nieważność i inne wady decyzji administracyjnych w Republice Czeskiej), „Baltic Journal of European Studies” 2015, vol. 5, iss. 2, s. 70–89, DOI: 10.1515/bjes-2015-0014.(Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM, 2017) Staniszewska, Lucyna
- ItemChristiaan Timmermans, Developing Administrative Law in Europe: Natural Convergence or Imposed Uniformity – Some Concluding Observations (Rozwój prawa administracyjnego w Europie: naturalna konwergencja czy narzucona jednolitość – kilka konkluzji), „Review of European Administrative Law” 2014, vol. 7, iss. 2, s. 35–44, DOI: 10.7590/187479814X14186465137942.(Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM, 2017) Narożniak, Agnieszka
- ItemHanna M. Frąckowiak, Postępowanie przed Wojewódzką Komisją do spraw orzekania o zdarzeniach medycznych, seria Monograﬁ e Prawnicze, Wydawnictwo C.H. Beck, Warszawa 2016, ss. 460, ISBN 978-83-255-8375-0.(Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM, 2017) Jankowska, Paulina
- ItemUnia polsko-rosyjska z 1815 r. na tle unii lubelskiej i projektów unii Rzeczypospolitej i Rosji z XVI i XVII w.(Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM, 2017) Wojas, JakubThe lifetime of the Kingdom of Poland – a state connected with the Russian Empire by a union – has not been unequivocally assessed in Polish historiography. On the one hand, the Kingdom had its own army, administration and a very liberal constitution, and had quickly achieved economic prosperity. On the other hand, within a few years of its creation, there occurred the ﬁ rst violations of the Constitution and the persecutions of those who opposed these infringements. A significant event was the revolt of the Cadets of 29 November 1830, which turned into a uprising, today referred to as the November Uprising. This article is the analysis of the legal aspects of the Polish-Russian union created in 1815. It is then compared with the Union of Lublin and the drafts of planned unions between the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and the Tsardom of Russia in the 16th and 17th centuries. The circumstances which led to the creation of the Kingdom of Poland and its union with the Russian Empire, as well as the earlier attempts to create one state of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and the Russian Empire, as well as the principles of a union of the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania are presented. The principles upon which these unions were to be based are subsequently compared and analysed. A particular emphasis has been placed on the issues related to the international legal status of the Kingdom of Poland. In this context questions such as: the treaty-making power and jus legationis have also been asked. Another important issue discussed in the paper is also the role of the king in matters concerning foreign policy and a possible role of Russia in these matters. The results of this analysis allow to formulate a more objective assessment of the period of the Kingdom of Poland, focusing on its legal status and position, and in particular on the relation with the Russian Empire.
- ItemPostępowania prekwaliﬁkacyjne jako pierwszy etap udziału w aukcjach OZE(Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM, 2017) Trupkiewicz, MarcinThe paper describes the legal grounds of prequaliﬁ cation proceedings allowing certain categories of energy producers to participate in the Polish auction system, and thus to create a new system responsible for supporting the development of renewable energy sources (RES). These procedures are of administrative proceedings character but are modiﬁ ed by speciﬁ c legal provisions under the RES regulations. The legislator diff erentiated between two types of these procedures. Although they diff er in speciﬁ c legal provisions, they both pursue to achieve common targets that will subsequently contribute to a speedy development of the RES plants in Poland. Among the main objectives of the prequaliﬁ cation proceeding, the necessity of the regulatory authority to obtain the basic information about the RES installation project must be mentioned. This information not only allows to check the legitimacy of the accession to the RES auctions system but also allows to check the investment documentation of the project, and consequently implement and start the RES installation on time as prescribed by the law. In the initial period, the measures taken by the RES are to be aimed at eliminating form the auction these energy producers who could theoretically win the RES auction but would not, due to legal, technical or ﬁ nancial reasons manage to complete the investment (build and start up the RES installation) within the time prescribed. This would not only impede a competitive conduct of the RES auction but would also prevent realisation of the EU climate and energy policy due to the failure to produce enough electricity to meet the required volume contracted for each new RES installations according the RES auctions.