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Dr Karolina Rokicka-Murszewska
ORCID: krm@umk.pl
  Assistant professor at the Department of Administrative  Law in Faculty of Law and Administration at the  Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, attorney-atlaw.  Author of publications in the field of local  government law, administrative enforcement proceedings  as well as spatial planning and development.
DOI: 10.33226/0137-5490.2021.7.6
JEL: K23

The subject of the article is the analysis the new legal  regulations on allegation in an administrative  enforcement proceedings after the changes introduced  by the Amendment Act of September 11, 2019. The  aim of the article is to verify the amendment in terms  from the perspective of the designer, who wanted to  increase the effectiveness of the enforcement  proceedings in considering the allegations, secure the  obligated party and facilitate the work of the  enforcement authority and the creditor. The main  manifestation of this is the fact that the burden of  considering the allegations from July 30, 2020 is on the  creditor. In their article, the authors examine, whether  the amendment actually had a positive impact on the  improvement of the procedure of making allegations.

Keywords: administrative enforcement proceedings; allegation; enforcement authority; creditor

 

Assistant professor at the Department of Administrative  Law in Faculty of Law and Administration at the  Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, attorney-atlaw.  Author of publications in the field of local  government law, administrative enforcement proceedings  as well as spatial planning and development.