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Rzeczpospolita daily about termination of lease agreement in case of unpaid rent.

Commentary of Piotr Złotnik.

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The owner is not obliged to provide the tenant with another flat. Yet, the law requires the owner to move in himself/herself or a person from his/her family to live there. It does not matter here that the tenant had been paying for the flat on an ongoing basis.

Coolbiznes monthly about slotting fees.

Commentary of Paweł Wójcik.

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“...If a supplier and a super- or hypermarket agreed that a given contractual provision (e.g. concerning the marketing fee) is a prerequisite for cooperation and signing the contract, then, in fact, the true nature of such a fee, which essentially is a slotting fees or a fee for accepting the supplier’s goods to the network, has been concealed...”

Rzeczpospolita daily about the right to community trademarks.

We were mentioned!

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“The Wójcik i Złotnik Law Firm from Kraków representing C.A.M. from Kraków – owner of the McArthur trademark (shoes and clothes) – won a dispute for declaring expiry of the rights to the McArthur Glen community trademark in the clothes and shoes category...”

Rzeczpospolita daily about perpetual usufruct in accordance with the zoning of Commune land.

Commentary of Piotr Złotnik.

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“(...) in such cases the investor’s interest should be taken into account. (...) In a such situation, the rule should apply that the later decision prevails. If a town first created perpetual usufruct, and then issued a decision providing for a different zoning of the land, then the decision determining the new zoning of the land should be primarily taken into account.”

Rzeczpospolita daily about slotting fees.

Commentary of Paweł Wójcik.

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“Hindering market access to businesses by charging fees other than sales margin for accepting goods for sale is a violation of law. Any agreement containing slotting fee provisions must be deemed illegal and in breach of the rules of social conduct. In the Supreme Court’s opinion, these fees have nothing to do with the sales margin.”

Świat Butów monthly

(No. 111) about slotting fees.

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“Shoes are common goods that can be found in every hypermarket. Before the goods make it to the super- and hypermarket shelf, the manufacturer must incur significant costs which are not only related to the manufacturing process itself. For the shoes to be put on a shelf, one has to pay. Are all the costs of the supplier in compliance with the law? We asked that question to lawyers from the Wójcik i Złotnik Law Firm from Kraków, who handle cases related to super- and hypermarket trade on a daily basis...”

 

Rzeczpospolita daily about termination of lease agreement in case of unpaid rent.

Commentary of Piotr Złotnik.

more »

The owner is not obliged to provide the tenant with another flat. Yet, the law requires the owner to move in himself/herself or a person from his/her family to live there. It does not matter here that the tenant had been paying for the flat on an ongoing basis.

Rzeczpospolita daily about perpetual usufruct in accordance with the zoning of Commune land.

Commentary of Piotr Złotnik.

more »

“(...) in such cases the investor’s interest should be taken into account. (...) In a such situation, the rule should apply that the later decision prevails. If a town first created perpetual usufruct, and then issued a decision providing for a different zoning of the land, then the decision determining the new zoning of the land should be primarily taken into account.”

Coolbiznes monthly about slotting fees.

Commentary of Paweł Wójcik.

more »

“...If a supplier and a super- or hypermarket agreed that a given contractual provision (e.g. concerning the marketing fee) is a prerequisite for cooperation and signing the contract, then, in fact, the true nature of such a fee, which essentially is a slotting fees or a fee for accepting the supplier’s goods to the network, has been concealed...”

Rzeczpospolita daily about slotting fees.

Commentary of Paweł Wójcik.

more »

“Hindering market access to businesses by charging fees other than sales margin for accepting goods for sale is a violation of law. Any agreement containing slotting fee provisions must be deemed illegal and in breach of the rules of social conduct. In the Supreme Court’s opinion, these fees have nothing to do with the sales margin.”

Rzeczpospolita daily about the right to community trademarks.

We were mentioned!

more »

“The Wójcik i Złotnik Law Firm from Kraków representing C.A.M. from Kraków – owner of the McArthur trademark (shoes and clothes) – won a dispute for declaring expiry of the rights to the McArthur Glen community trademark in the clothes and shoes category...”

Świat Butów monthly

(No. 111) about slotting fees.

more »

“Shoes are common goods that can be found in every hypermarket. Before the goods make it to the super- and hypermarket shelf, the manufacturer must incur significant costs which are not only related to the manufacturing process itself. For the shoes to be put on a shelf, one has to pay. Are all the costs of the supplier in compliance with the law? We asked that question to lawyers from the Wójcik i Złotnik Law Firm from Kraków, who handle cases related to super- and hypermarket trade on a daily basis...”

 

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