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Selected Problems of Enacting and Interpretation of Local Law at the Level of Local Self-Government in Poland

| 27 ago 2013


This article presents crucial problems of enacting and interpretation of local law. According to the Constitution acts of local law are the source of universally binding law in the territory of the organ issuing such enactments. Enacting of local law by the local self-government is the exercise of its law- making function, derived from statutory authorization. Law-making of the local self-government does not have an autonomous character in regard to legal acts. Enacting of local law by local self-government is its duty. The interpretation of the law enacted by the local self-government has its own specifics. Law which is legislated in such way is likely to be corresponding with the expectations of the local community

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Philosophy, other