The Polish Supreme Court quashes the judgment of the Court of Appeal regarding inadequate explanation of the factual basis of the decision issued by the Polish Competition Authority (The National Chamber of Notaries)

In its decision of 19 April 2010, the President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (hereinafter the “Polish Competition Authority”) imposed a fine on the National Chamber of Notaries for anticompetitive conduct. The Polish Competition Authority found that the National Chamber of Notaries has violated Article 6 (the equivalent of Article 101(1) of the Treaty) of the Act on Competition and Consumer Protection of February 16, 2007, Journal of Laws of 2015, item 184 (hereinafter the “Polish Competition Act”). During the proceedings, the Polish Competition Authority has questioned one provision of the Code of Professional Ethics for Notaries (hereinafter: the “Code”) which allows notaries to open their offices in a building where another notary’s office already operates only

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Marcin Mleczko, The Polish Supreme Court quashes the judgment of the Court of Appeal regarding inadequate explanation of the factual basis of the decision issued by the Polish Competition Authority (The National Chamber of Notaries), 4 August 2016, e-Competitions August 2016, Art. N° 82444

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