publication . Journal . Article . 2015

Polish judges of the Austrian Administrative Tribunal as functioning in the judiciary of the Second Republic of Poland (1918-1939).

Andrzej Dziadzio;
Open Access German
  • Published: 26 Feb 2015
  • Publisher: oeaw
Abstract
The emergence of independent Poland in November 1918 gave rise to an urgent need to rapidly construe Poland’s own judiciary, including that of administrative type. In February 1919 the Supreme Court in Warsaw took over the competence of the Vienna Administrative Tribunal. All former judges of the latter: Wilhelm Binder, Roman Moraczewski, Włodzimierz Orski, Rudolf Różycki, Zbigniew Smolka became members of the Fourth Chamber of the Supreme Administrative Court. Jan Sawicki was appointed to the Chamber. The governmental Bill on the implementation of the Supreme Administrative Tribunal, prepared in 1922, was fully based on the Austrian law on Administrative Tribun...
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