October free legal advice in the MP Marek Kuchciński's office

The PiS Legal Intervention and Advice Bureau in Przemyśl is the parliamentary workspace of MP Marek Kuchciński. It is involved in solving the problems of Podkarpackie Voivodeship and regional policy.

The office provides assistance to anyone affected by injustice, incompetence or arrogance of public authorities and institutions, who needs guidance in exercising their rights. Regardless of nationality, political views or social status.

This assistance consists in providing free legal advice, preparing pleadings and administrative documents, and intervening in cases that require it.

There were 41 meetings in October. Many cases concerned consumer bankruptcy proceedings. More and more people are applying for debt relief, not realizing what consumer bankruptcy actually means. A petition to declare bankruptcy is filed with the court, and debt relief is only possible in cases of involuntary insolvency, such as inherited debts, sudden illness or loss of employment. Many of these meetings are therefore informative, as not every person fulfils the prerequisites for declaring bankruptcy. Many of these meetings are therefore informative, as not every person is eligible for bankruptcy. The issues discussed also largely concerned family matters, i.e., divorce or child support.

 The PIS Intervention and Advice Bureau in Przemyśl at the Parliamentary Office of the Speaker of the Sejm Marek Kuchciński in Przemyśl in the period from 01.10.2018 to 31.10.2018 provided legal advice on matters related to the following topics as well:

  1. criminal and misdemeanor law;
  2. general scope of civil law;
  3. family law;
  4. administrative law;
  5. labor and social security law;


With the above points in mind, the advice was:


Re 1. Of criminal and misdemeanor law:

  • complaints about the actions of the Police Department;
  • resumption of criminal proceedings;
  • remission of a criminal fine;
  • arson;

Re 2. Of general civil law:

  • inheritance matters;
  • consumer bankruptcy;
  • complaints against the judge's actions;
  • cancellation of a donation
  • property protection;
  • eviction;
  • payment of arrears;
  • compensation for the damage caused;
  • The statute of limitations on the debt;

Re 3. From family law:

  • increase in alimony;
  • divorce;
  • separation;
  • securing a maintenance claim for the duration of the trial

Re 4. From Administrative Law:

  • awarding 500+;
  • expropriation;
  • release of cooperative documents;
  • property of zabużanskim;
  • improper parking;
  • granting citizenship;

Re. 5 On labor and social security law:

  • termination of employment;
  • annuities by exception;
  • degree of disability

In October the issue of granting Polish citizenship appeared for the first time. The issue is regulated by the Act of 2 April 2009 on Polish citizenship.

As a general rule, citizenship is acquired by blood, i.e. a child acquires Polish citizenship by operation of law through birth from parents at least one of whom is a Polish citizen, regardless of where the child was born in Poland or abroad. The land principle may also apply where a child is born or found on the territory of the Republic of Poland and both parents are unknown or their citizenship is undefined or they do not have any citizenship. Acquisition of citizenship is also guaranteed by full adoption before the child turns 16.

Persons who do not meet the above conditions may apply to the President of the Republic of Poland for citizenship. An application for Polish citizenship shall be filed through a Province Governor or a consul in person or by mail with an officially certified signature. The President of the Republic of Poland grants Polish citizenship or refuses to grant it in the form of a decision. A foreigner acquires Polish citizenship on the day the President of the Republic of Poland issues a ruling on granting Polish citizenship.


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