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Mgr Joanna Kiraga
ORCID: 0000-0002-7815-7273

Assistant Professor at the Department of Public Economic Law and Environmental Protection Law, Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Gdańsk. Author of publications in the field of public economic law, public procurement law and environmental law. Mediator and participant of workshops and specialized mediation training. Her scientific interests are focused on public procurement, alternative dispute resolutions and protection of the environment.

DOI: 10.33226/0137-5490.2023.12.5
JEL: K12, K32

One of the tasks of hunting clubs is to conduct hunting management in the leased hunting districts. These districts can be leased by existing lessees, new lessees and newly created lessees. The regulations currently in force create preferential conditions of competition for the existing lessees, thus depriving new and newly established lessees of a chance to conclude a contract. The difficult situation of the new and newly established lessees also results from the increasing number of hunting clubs and, at the same time, the decreasing number of hunting districts. In such a state of affairs, it is necessary to take legislative action that will restore the balance between different categories of lessees and eliminate practices contrary to the assumptions of rational hunting management.

Keywords: hunting management; hunting districts; hunting associations; lease agreement; priority rule