Corporate Law in Poland



Introduction to Corporate law in Poland

Polish Corporate law consists of numerous legal acts. Our lawyers prepared a guide on most typical questions (FAQ) to facilitate understanding of Polish Company law to foreign investors. If you do not find an answer to the problem you are facing in the above list, please feel free to contact our corporate lawyers in Poland: info@dudkowiak.com 

 

Sources of Corporate law in Poland

  • Polish Constitution (officially: Constitution of Republic of Poland of 2 April 1997)
  • Civil Code of Poland (officially: Civil Code of 23 April of 1964)
  • Polish Companies Code (officially: Code of Commercial Companies of 15 September 2000)
  • Polish Company Register (officially: National Court Registry Act of 20 August 2000)
  • Polish Insolvency Law (officially: Insolvency Act of 28 February 2003)
  • Polish Restructurisation Law (officially: Restructurisation Act of 15 May 2015)
  • Polish Public Offer Act (officially: Public offer and introduction of financial instruments to organized trade system Act of 29 June 2005)
  • Polish Capital Markets Act (officially: Trade with financial instruments Act of 29 June 2005)
  • Supervision over Capital Markets Act of 29 June 2005
  • Polish Bonds Act of 15 January 2015

 

Types of partnerships and companies in Poland

  • Civil partnership
  • General partnership
  • Limited partnership
  • Limited liability partnership
  • Limited Joint-Stock partnership
  • Limited Liabilty Company
  • Private Joint Stock Company
  • Public Joint Stock Company

 

Contact our corporate attorneys

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