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Ministry of Justice
Al. Ujazdowskie 11
00-950 Warsaw
Poland
phone: (22) 52 12 888

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Bodies associated with the Minister of Justice

Civil Law Codification Commission

  1. The tasks of the Commission include
    1. drawing up foundations and general directions of development on civil, family and private commercial law,
    2. drafting foundations and bills with a fundamental importance to the system of civil, family and private commercial law, taking into consideration the need to harmonise Polish law with European law.
  2. The Minister of Justice may present bills to the Commission in order to obtain its opinion and request opinions in controversial legal matters falling within the scope mentioned in s.1.

 

Criminal Law Codification Commission

  1. The tasks of the Commission include:
    1. drawing up foundations and general directions of development in substantive, procedural and executory criminal law, fiscal criminal law and petty offences law basing on a continuous analysis of case-law and jurisprudence on the application of the Criminal Code, Criminal Procedure Code, Executory Criminal Code, Fiscal Criminal Code, Code of Petty Offences, Code of Proceedings in Petty Offences and the Act on responsibility of collective entities for acts forbidden under penalty;
    2. drafting acts of law, including necessary executory acts, with a fundamental importance to the system of substantive, procedural and executory criminal law, fiscal criminal law and petty offences law, taking into consideration the need to harmonise Polish law with European law.
    3. The Commission assesses bills presented by the Minister of Justice drafted by other authorised entities containing provisions falling within the scope mentioned in s. 1 p. 1 in particular from the point of view of their compliance with the principal directions of development in the legal system.
    4. The Commission presents opinions in controversial legal matters submitted by the Minister of Justice falling within the scope mentioned in s. 1 or 2.

 

Head Council for Social Re-adaptation and Convict Support

The Head Council and local councils operate in particular through:

  1. organising, initiating and supporting projects aiming towards crime prevention and the social re-adaptation of convicted persons,
  2. presenting opinions on the activities of authorities and representatives of the society undertaken for crime prevention, execution of sentences and the social re-adaptation of convicted persons as well as supporting convicted persons and their families,
  3. coordinating the activities of associations, foundations organisations, institutions, churches and religious unions as well as trustworthy persons undertaken for the execution of penalties, penal measures, security measures and preventive measures,
  4. initiating, organising and controlling social supervision over the execution of penalties, penal measures, security measures and preventive measures and compiling the results of such control,
  5. assessing the post-penitentiary policy,
  6. presenting suggestions and opinions on the pision and utilisation of resources from the post-penitentiary aid fund,
  7. initiating and supporting scientific research on crime prevention and the social re-adaptation of convicted persons.

 

Council for Crime Victims

Social Council for Alternative Methods of Dispute and Conflict Resolution

Inter-departmental Adjudication Commission for cases of infringement of the public finances regime associated with the Minister of Justice

O dokumencie
Podmiot udostępniający: Ministerstwo Sprawiedliwości | Wytworzył: Piotr Potrebka | Edytor: Piotr Potrebka
Data dodania: 31.01.2013 14:19 | Data modyfikacji: 31.01.2013 14:19