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Annuals of the Administration and Law

     Polish version / Wersja polska

We are pleased to announce that by  the decision of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 8 June 2017 no. 815 / P-DUN / 2017 the University has received a donation to carry out an education dissemination activity named "Creation of the English-language version of the "Annuals of the Administration and Law". Thanks to the funds received, two copies of the  six-monthly (2017/1 and 2017/2) will be released in English language. This will allow for greater internationalization of the journal, thereby increasing its visibility and impact. There is no doubt that in the sciences of the 21st century, the well-thought-out internationalization of journals and sciences has become a prerequisite for success - a steadily increasing number of citations, which in turn rank in scientific journals.

"Annuals of the Administration and Law" - a scientific journal of the Institute of Administration and Higher Law School of Humanitas University in Sosnowiec. Until 2014, it was published once a year, since 2015 it has been published twice as a six-monthly.

ISSN 1644-9126

The magazine is a forum for presenting research results conducted by the staff of the Institute of Administration and Law at the Humanitas University in Sosnowiec and scientific units cooperating with the Institute, as well as the place of discussion on the most important theories, concepts and problems in the field of contemporary legal sciences and administration sciences. The journal includes  articles and communications from two major disciplines: law and administration. The magazine is indexed in the following databases: BazHum, CEJSH, Erih Plus, Index Copernicus, Pol-Index, PBN. In 2006-2010, the editor-in-chief of the journal was dr hab. Andrzej Matan, currently the function is being held by Dr Maciej Borski.

The printed form of the journal is its reference version. Individual articles are available for educational purposes in electronic format on the Open Access web site, licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 3.0.

Annuals of the Administration and Law received 7 points in the list of scientific journals, according to the decision of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of 26 January 2017.


Rules of submitting articles

The journal "Annuals of the Administration and Law" publishes scientific articles on the latest scientific achievements in the field of legal science and administration science, highlighting the importance of the discussed issues for the development of science or practice. Also published are reports from scientific conferences regarding legal sciences, monograph reviews and other scientific papers, as well as information on the activities of committees and scientific societies.

All publications are accepted on the following not extendible deadlines:

  • until 30 March of each year - texts for 1 book of a given year,
  • until 30 September of each year - texts for 2 book of a given year.

All authors who are not employees of the Humanitas University in Sosnowiec, who are interested in publishing a scientific paper in the journal "Annuals of the Administration and Law" participate in the costs of editing and publishing of the Yearbook. This cost is as follows:

PLN 150.00 for authors without a degree,

PLN 120.00 in the case of authors with a PhD degree.

Note: employees of the Humanitas University and persons with a PhD degree or a professor's academic title and English language publishers do not incur any publication costs!

The article submitted for publication should include an introduction, a major discussion of the issue and a summary or conclusions. The article's content should not exceed 40,000 characters (including spaces and footnotes), but the glossary, conference reports and reviews should not exceed 20,000 characters (including spaces and footnotes).

The article should be sent in WORD format by e-mail:

The file name should match the name of the author (e.g. Nowak.doc).

The fee for publication (in the amount of 150 PLN - authors without a degree or 120 PLN - authors with PhD degree) should be paid on the following account:

Wyższa Szkoła Humanitas
ul. Kilińskiego 43
41-200 Sosnowiec
Account number: 24 1050 1360 1000 0008 0337 9932
Transfer Title: Roczniki Administracji i Prawa - Name of the author

For further information, please contact:

Dr. Maciej Borski - Editor-in-Chief
tel. +48501570045

Note: The author submitting the text for publication is obliged to fill in and submit an author questionnaire to the Editor, available on the journal's website. In addition, in order for the article to be accepted for publication, it is necessary to fill in, sign and send by post two copies of the publishing contract to the Editorial Office (the template is available on the journal's website).

Authors of texts submitted for publication are obliged to adhere to the highest professional and ethical standards. The editor-in-chief will not allow the publication of texts by authors violating ethical standards, in particular the ones practicing "ghostwriting" and "guest authorship" ("ghostwriting" means when someone makes a significant contribution to the publication, without disclosing their participation. as one of the authors, or without mentioning their role in the acknowledgements of the publication. The "guest authorship" occurs when the author's participation is negligible or nonexistent, and, despite that, he or she is the author/co-author of the publication. These practices are a manifestation of scientific misconduct and any detected cases will be exposed by the editorial office, including the notification of relevant entities (institutions employing authors, scientific societies, scientific editorial associations, etc.). Editors will also document any manifestations of scientific misconduct.


Editorial guidelines for the authors

In order to streamline the publishing process, the editor-in-chief requests professional editing of articles according to editorial requirements:

  • MS Word PL editor (any version);
  • margins of 2.5 cm;
  • interline - 1,5; bilateral offset;
  • basic font - Times New Roman CE 12p;
  • abstracts and literature - 10p;
  • article title - bold 16p;
  • chapter titles - bold 14p;
  • subtitles - bold 12p;
  • table titles - top, left 12p; tables - 10p font; without internal horizontal lines;
  • captions of drawings and graphs under the object, centred, 10p;
  • footnotes - 10p;
  • graphs and drawings in a format acceptable by the editor, allowing the editing of fonts and sizes, such as MS Exel, CorelDraw 8.0 or earlier CPT, GIF, BMB, WMF formats for bitmaps and megapixels;
  • alphabetical list of literature according to the formula:

1. Surname I., Title of title, Title of the periodical 2014, No. 5.
2. Name I., Title of the article, City 2014 (without the publishing house !!!).

Note: Only actual publications (quoted in footnotes) should be included in the literature list !!!

The bibliography of compact publications should include as follows: the initials of the names (period), surname (comma), the title in italics (comma), the place and year of publication (comma), page number (period).

J. Adamski, Internet media, Warsaw 2001, p. 28.

The bibliography of articles in journals should include: the initials of the name (period) and the surname (comma), the title of the article in italics (comma), the title of the magazine in quotation marks and the year of publication (comma), the magazine number (comma), page (period).

D. Kowalski, Creating the success of the company, "Economics and Organization of the Enterprise" 2002, No. 7, p.23.

In case of repetition in the footnote of the previously mentioned publication, we write:
D. Kowalski, Creating the success..., p. 10.
and if the footnote concerns the same publication as used in the preceding footnote:
Ibidem, p. 10.

Note: The editor-in-chief asks  to prepare the footnotes carefully according to the rules above! Lack of diligence in this regard can result in the return of an article for amendments!

The above guidelines also apply to the sources under drawings, diagrams and tables.

The article should include:

1. Title (in English and Polish),
2. Key words (min. 5, max. 10, in English and Polish)
3. A short summary of the publication (about 1000 typographic characters with spaces - no more !!!) both in English and in Polish.

Article layout:

  • At the beginning, the title and the scientific degree, name of the author, the name of the affiliated institution
  • Title in English
  • Introduction
  • Chapters
  • Summary
  • Alphabetical bibliography (order according to authors' names).
  • Summary and keywords in English
  • Title in Polish
  • Summary and keywords in Polish

Volume of article: up to 40 thousand characters with spaces (up to about 22 pages).

Note: The editor-in-chief asks not to exceed the suggested volume, and also reserves the right to request a shorter text to the indicated volume. This does not apply to simple text adjustments that are made without the author's participation.

Ethical principles

 Ethical principles applicable to publication in the magazine “Annuals of the Administration and Law”

Editors of the “Annuals of the Administration and Law”, to maintain high-quality published articles and scientific integrity, preserve and enforce ethical principles, regarding both authors and editors of scientific publications, as well as reviewers.

The following information on the ethics of publication for the “Annuals of the Administration and Law” is based on guidelines for best practices for the editors of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

I. Responsibilities of Authors

1. Authorship of work

Authorship should be limited to those who have made significant contributions to the concept and implementation of research and the interpretation of published research findings. Anyone who has contributed significantly to the creation of the work should be listed as co-authors. Persons who participated only in parts of the research work resulting in the article should be listed in "acknowledgements" (see point 10). The lead author (or the author to whom correspondence should be addressed) should ensure that all co-authors (as defined above) are co-authors of the article and that there are no people who should not be listed among co-authors. The lead author (or author to whom correspondence should be addressed) should also ensure that all contributors have seen and approved the final version of the article and have agreed to its publication.

2. Disclosure and conflict of interest

The author should disclose any sources of funding for projects in his work, the contribution of research institutions, associations and other entities, and any material conflicts of interest that may affect his / her performance or interpretation.

3. Standards for presenting research reports

The authors of the text based on their own research should provide a thorough overview of the work done and objectively discuss their significance. The work should contain enough details and references to scientific literature to allow others to repeat the work. Incorrect or deliberate inaccurate statements are treated as unethical and are not permitted.

4. Multiple, redundant or competitive publications

The author should in principle not publish materials describing the same study in more than one journal or primary publication. Submission of the same work to more than one journal editor at a time is unethical and is not permitted.

5. Confirmation of sources

The author should cite publications that have influenced the creation of a complex text, and each time confirm the use of the work of other authors.

6. Data access and data retention

The author should provide unprocessed data regarding the publication submitted for review or should be ready to allow access to such data. He or she should also retain this data for a minimum of one year from publication.

7. Major errors in published works

If the author finds significant errors or inaccuracies in his or her published work, it is his or her responsibility to immediately notify the editor-in-chief and to cooperate with him or her to withdraw the article or publish the necessary errata.

8. Originality and plagiarism

The author submits to the editor only the original work. At the same time, it should be ensured that the names of the authors quoted in the work and/or excerpts of the works cited are correctly quoted or exchanged.

9. Ghostwriting

Ghostwriting/guest authorship is a manifestation of scientific misconduct and any detected cases will be exposed, including notification to the relevant authorities. Symptoms of scientific misconduct, especially violations of ethics in science will be documented by the editor.

10. Acknowledgements and information sources

Articles should include the acknowledgements for the people or institutions who have done the work for the author. Authors should also cite publications that have significantly influenced the final effect of the published paper.

II. Duties of the Editor-in-Chief and other members of the Editorial Board

1. Decisions to publish

The editor-in-chief is obliged to comply with current defamation laws, infringe copyright and plagiarism, and be fully responsible for the decisions that the articles should be published. He or she may consult with thematic editors and/or reviewers.

2. Confidentiality

No member of the editorial team may disclose information about complex work to anyone other than the author (s), reviewers, potential reviewers, other editorial consultants (e.g. translators) and the publisher.

3. Impartiality and justice

The editor-in-chief should evaluate the content submitted regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, ethnicity, nationality or political preferences of the author (s).

4. Disclosure and conflict of interest

Unpublished articles or their excerpts may not be used in the editorial team's own research or reviewers without the express written permission of the author.

5. Engaging and collaborating in research

The editor-in-chief should guard the integrity of his or her magazine by applying corrections and withdrawals, as well as tracking suspicious research or alleged misconduct in publications and reviews. He or she should take appropriate action when ethical objections to the submitted work or published article arise.

III. Responsibilities of the Reviewers

1. Editorial decisions

The reviewer supports the editor in making editorial decisions and can also assist the author in improving his / her work.

2. Timeliness

Any selected reviewer who cannot review a work or knows that a quick review will not be possible should inform the editor-in-chief.

3. Objectivity standards

Reviews should be done in an objective way. The author's personal criticism is unacceptable. Reviewers should express their opinions clearly, using the appropriate arguments in support of their theses.

4. Confidentiality

Any reviewed article or other text for publication must be treated as confidential. It cannot be shown or discussed with other people without the permission of the editor-in-chief.

5. Anonymity

All reviews are done anonymously, and the editorial team does not share the reviewer's data.

6. Disclosure and conflict of interest

Confidential information or ideas arising from a review must be kept confidential and may not be used for personal gain. Reviewers should not review works that are subject to conflicts of interest arising from relationships or other connections to the author, company or workplace.

7. Confirmation of information sources

Reviewers should indicate publications that have not been referred to by the author. Any statement that the observation, source, or argument was previously discussed should be supported by a suitable quote. The reviewer should also inform the editor-in-chief of any significant similarity, partial overlap of reviewed work with any other published or known work or suspicion of plagiarism.

IV. Statement by the Publisher

In cases of alleged or verified scientific research, unfair publication or plagiarism, the publisher, in close cooperation with the editor-in-chief of the journal, will take all appropriate measures to clarify the situation and make amendments to a particular article. This includes the rapid publication of the errata or, in justified cases, the full withdrawal of the work from the journal.

Qualification of the articles for printing

  1. After the initial evaluation of the text by the editorial staff, the articles are reviewed according to the rules in the scientific journals. The authors are informed about the acceptance of the text for publication by e-mail.
  2. Editors reserve the right to shorten and amend texts (as agreed with the author).
  3. For evaluation of each publication in the "Annuals of the Administration and Law" editorial staff appoints two independent reviewers outside the Humanitas University. Reviewers must have the status of independent scientific worker.
  4. Reviewers are selected in accordance with the principle of avoiding conflicts of interest (conflicts of interest mean  direct personal relationships between the reviewer and the author, as well as professional subservience relations, direct scientific cooperation in the past two years preceding the preparation of the review).
  5. In case of texts in a foreign language, at least one of the reviewers is affiliated with a foreign institution other than the nationality of the author of the work.
  6. Authors and reviewers do not know each others’ identity.
  7. The review prepared for the editorial must be in a written form and ends with a clear motion for release or rejection. If a negative review is received, the submission is rejected.
  8. Reviewers rate articles in a formal and substantive manner. By making a formal evaluation, the reviewers examine in particular: whether the title is consistent with the content of the article, whether the abstract adequately describes the content of the article, whether the keywords are appropriately selected, whether the volume of the article is appropriate, whether the text is intelligible or whether the text is written in the correct language or uses correct terminology, whether the text is consistent or logical, whether the text is corrected (if used), whether the graphic quality of the illustration is correct (if used), whether the links were constructed correctly and whether the content of links and bibliography is adequate to the content of the article. Reviewing the content, the reviewers examine in particular whether the article presents a new view of the problem in question, whether the author correctly formulated the thesis of the article (research problems), whether the research methodology was used correctly or whether the author appropriately developed the research problem or whether the conclusions were valuable for the sciences, whether an article meets the criteria of academic work, whether the article is original or whether the article’s topic is a contemporary one.
  9. Upon receiving the entirety of reviews, the editorial office will immediately forward them to the authors. The editorial office requires authors to prepare responses to the reviewers' comments, which are forwarded to the evaluator.
  10. The names of reviewers of individual articles are not disclosed. Once a year, "Annuals of the Administration and Law" publish the list of reviewers cooperating with the editorial office.
  11. The final decision on accepting or not accepting the text for printing is made by the editor-in-chief, after reviewing the article's reviews. The editor-in-chief decides not to accept the text for printing if at least one of the reviewers judges the text as ineligible for printing.


Editorial team

dr Maciej Borski (Humanitas Univeristy in Sosnowiec) – editor-in-chief
dr Grzegorz Krawiec (Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny w Krakowie) –subject editor  (administration)
dr Mariusz Lekston (Humanitas Univeristy in Sosnowiec) –subject editor (law)
mgr Danuta Dziewięcka (Humanitas Univeristy in Sosnowiec) – language editor
dr inż. Marcin Zawada (Politechnika Częstochowska) – statistical editor

Correspondence adress:
Wyższa Szkoła Humanitas, ul. Kilińskiego 43, 41-200 Sosnowiec,
tel. +48 32 363-12-00


prof. dr hab. Krzysztof Wójtowicz (University of Wroclaw)

prof. dr hab. Krzysztof Baran (Jagiellonian University)

prof. dr hab. Miodrag Jovanović (University of Belgrade)

prof. dr hab. Iwan Krupski (Ivan Franko National University of Lviv)

prof. dr hab. Wojciech Kowalski (University of Silesia in Katowice)

prof. dr hab. Czesław Martysz (University of Silesia in Katowice)

prof. dr hab. Lidia Zacharko (University of Silesia in Katowice)

prof. dr hab. Tadeusz Cielecki (University of Opole)

prof. dr hab. Helena Szewczyk (University of Silesia in Katowice)

prof. dr hab. Józef Ciągwa (University of Silesia in Katowice)

prof. dr hab. Marian Mikołajczyk (University of Silesia in Katowice)

prof. dr hab. Jerzy Paśnik (Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities)

prof. dr hab. Dorota Dąbek (Jagiellonian University)

prof. dr hab. Mirosław Stec (Jagiellonian University)

prof. dr hab. Antoni Dral (University of Law and Public Administration in Rzeszów - Przemyśl)

prof. dr hab. Leszek Mitrus (Jagiellonian University)

prof. dr hab. Krzysztof Walczak (University of Warsaw)

prof. dr hab. Leszek Bielec­ki (Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce)

prof. dr hab. Piotr Ruczkowski (Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce)

prof. dr hab. Ryszard Vorbrich (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan)

prof. dr hab. Dariusz Szostek (University of Opole)

Articles and issues

Annuals of the Administration and Law Year XVII. Issue 1

Creation an English of the Annuals of Administration and Law - a task financed under the Agreement No. 815/P-DUN/2017 from the funds of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education designated for science dissemination activities


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Annuals of the Administration and Law - Volume XII (2012)

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Annuals of the Administration and Law - Volume XI (2011)

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Annuals of the Administration and Law - Volume X (2010)

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Annuals of the Administration and Law - Volume IX (2009)

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Annuals of the Administration and Law - Volume VII-VIII

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  • A. Gronkiewicz, Ewolucja pozycji organizacji społecznej (organizacji pozarządowej) w ogólnym postępowaniu administracyjnym – ujęcie historyczne;
  • M. Gurdek, Skutki niezłożenia przez pracowników samorządowych w terminie stosownych oświadczeń i informacji;
  • S. Kluczewski, Stosowanie zasad ogólnych kodeksu postępowania administracyjnego w postępowaniu przed organem współdziałającym;
  • G. Krawiec, Brak udziału strony w postępowaniu jako przyczyna wznowienia ogólnego postępowania administracyjnego;
  • G. Łaszczyca, Istota rozprawy administracyjnej w ogólnym postępowaniu administracyjnym;
  • A. Matan, Akt administracyjny „osobowo-rzeczowy” – zagadnienie następstwa prawnego;
  • A. Matan, Metody tworzenia spółki europejskiej;
  • J. Naczyńska, Odpowiedzialność podatkowa podatnika i jego małżonka;
  • M. Strożek-Kucharska, Analiza przesłanek zawieszenia postępowania egzekucyjnego w administracji
  • L. Śliwiński, Ogólnopolski Gospodarczy Związek Samorządu Terytorialnego w II Rzeczpospolitej;
  • A. Ziółkowska, Regulacja dostępu do administracji publicznej.

Annuals of the Administration and Law - Volume VI

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  • K. Celarek, Informatyzacja administracji publicznej – zagadnienia administracyjno – prawne;
  • A. Gronkiewicz, Fundacja jako organizacja społeczna w ogólnym postępowaniu administracyjnym
  • W. Hołubko, Problem federalizmu i unitaryzmu w kształtowaniu się podziałów terytorialnych Ukrainy (szkic historyczny);
  • G. Krawiec, Forma zakończenia ogólnego postępowania administracyjnego a możliwości jego wznowienia;
  • G. Łaszczyca, Fakty powszechnie znane i fakty znane organowi z urzędu w ogólnym postępowaniu administracyjnym;
  • D. Łobos-Kotowska, Reprezentacja Skarbu Państwa w sprawach gospodarowania nieruchomościami;
  • A. Matan, Zasada czynnego udziału stron w postępowaniu administracyjnym w świetle orzecznictwa sądowego;
  • E. Śladkowska, Nieodwracalne skutki prawne uniemożliwiające stwierdzenie nieważności decyzji administracyjnej;
  • P. Stec, Innowacje jako przedmiot regulacji prawnej;
  • A. Ziółkowska, Fałszywe dowody jako podstawa wznowienia postępowania administracyjnego.

Annuals of the Administration and Law - Volume V

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  • K. Korzan, Skutki orzeczeń rozstrzygających sprawę co do istoty (prawomocność, wykonalność i skuteczność);
  • G. Łaszczyca, Skutki prawne zawieszenia ogólnego postępowania administracyjnego;
  • K. Marszał, Immunitet sędziowski w procesie karnym;
  • J. Nowacki, O uzasadnieniu zasady zaufania w orzecznictwie Trybunału Konstytucyjnego;
  • K. Podgórski, Usytuowanie starosty w samorządzie powiatowym  w administracji rządowej;
  • P. Urbańczyk, Skutki wadliwej wyceny wkładów niepieniężnych wnoszonych do spółek kapitałowych;
  • E. Zwierzchowski, Modele instytucjonalizacji politycznej opozycji.

 Annuals of the Administration and Law - VolumeIV

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  • S. Kluczewski, Z problematyki współdziałania organów administracji publicznej przy wydawaniu decyzji administracyjnych;
  • G. Krawiec, Pozycja strony w postępowaniu w sprawie wznowienia postępowania administracyjnego;
  • G. Łaszczyca, Uczestnicy ogólnego postępowania administracyjnego;
  • C. Martysz, Organ w postępowaniu administracyjnym;
  • A. Matan, Pełnomocnictwo domniemane w ogólnym postępowaniu administracyjnym;
  • E. Śladkowska, Podmioty postępowania w sprawie stwierdzenia nieważności decyzji administracyjnej;
  • B. Wartenberg-Kempka, Pojęcie biegłego w postępowaniu administracyjnym ogólnym.

Annuals of the Administration and Law - Volume III

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  • M. Borski, Status prawny przewodniczącego Sądu Konstytucyjnego Republiki Czeskiej – analiza porównawcza;
  • O. Kocot, Przepisy antykorupcyjne w ustawach samorządowych;
  • G. Krawiec, Zasada trwałości decyzji administracyjnej;
  • G. Łaszczyca, Pozostawienie podania bez rozpoznania w kodeksie postępowania administracyjnego;
  • A. Matan, Czynności procesowe stron w postępowaniu administracyjnym (zagadnienia ogólne);
  • D. Salitra, Klauzula demokratycznego państwa prawnego w orzecznictwie polskiego Trybunału Konstytucyjnego;
  • A. Wentkowska, Ewolucja kompetencji Europejskiego Trybunału Sprawiedliwości od Traktatu Amsterdamskiego;
  • A. Witkowska, Kumulacja stron procesowych w procesie karnym;
  • M. Witkowski, Zawarcie umowy sprzedaży nieruchomości i jej następstwa.

 Annuals of the Administration and Law - Volume II

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  • M. Borski, Wnoszenie pytań prawnych do Trybunału Konstytucyjnego jako forma kontroli konstytucyjności prawa;
  • S.Kluczewski, Charakter prawny współuczestnictwa w postępowaniu administracyjnym (art. 62 k.p.a.);
  • G.Krawiec; Orzeczenie Trybunału Konstytucyjnego jako nadzwyczajna przesłanka wznowienia postępowania administracyjnego (art. 145a k.p.a.);
  • M.Lekston, Ustanie stosunku pracy mianowanego nauczyciela akademickiego;
  • G. Łaszczyca, Zasada ogólna pisemności postępowania administracyjnego (art. 14 k.p.a.)
  • J. Naczyńska, Pojęcie i istota odpowiedzialności podatkowej;
  • M. Organiściak, Procedury powoływania i odwoływania Rady Ministrów Republiki Włoskiej;
  • A. Wentkowska, Ogólna charakterystyka pozycji ustrojowej Europejskiego Trybunału Sprawiedliwości;
  • P. Witkowski, Kontrola podatkowa i jej stosunek do jurysdykcyjnego postępowania podatkowego.

Annuals of the Administration and Law - Volume I

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  • J. Górecki, Prawo pierwokupu w czasie obowiązywania kodeksu zobowiązań;
  • E. Górska-Pierzchała, Charakter prawny zadań gminy we współczesnym ustawodawstwie;
  • M. Jagielski, Obsadzanie urzędu prezydenckiego w Stanach Zjednoczonych;
  • W. Klytta, Harmonizacja prawa spółek w ramach Wspólnoty Europejskiej;
  • G. Łaszczyca, B. Wartenberg-Kempka, Środki dowodowe nienazwane w ogólnym postępowaniu administracyjnym;
  • A. Matan, Kurator jako zastępca procesowy strony w postępowaniu administracyjnym;
  • M. Mączyński, Ogólna charakterystyka Skarbu Państwa;
  • P. Ślęzak, Systematyka umów w prawie autorskim;
  • P. Witkowski, Podmioty na prawach strony w postępowaniu podatkowym.