Submit an application for re-examination of the case Are you dissatisfied with a decision issued by a minister or a local-government appeals board? Submit an application for re-examining the case. Find out below how to apply. How to proceed This procedure can be completed: at an office by post electronically Complete the procedure online Send a letter online using a free e-signature What you should know and who can use this service If you are dissatisfied with the decision issued at first instance by a minister or a local-government appeals board, you can: 1) ask the authority for the case to be re-examined, 2) submit a complaint against the decision directly with the court (without prior application for re-examination). Please note that you can also resign from submitting an application for re-examination of the case. If all parties participating in the proceedings do so, the decision becomes final more quickly. When you should complete this procedure 14 days from the day of service of the decision, and where the decision was announced verbally - from the date of its announcement. Where you can complete this procedure Submit an application for re-examination of the case to the authority which issued the decision you do not agree with. What to do step by step Submit an application for re-examination of the case Application for re-examination of the case does not require any detailed explanation. It is sufficient that you state in the application that you do not agree with the issued decision. In some cases, there may be other legal requirements as to the contents of the application. Documents 1. Application for re-examination of the case Download: Wniosek o ponowne rozpatrzenie sprawy DOCX You can submit a document as: Oryginał Time limit 14 days from the day of service of the decision, and where the decision was announced verbally - from the date of its announcement. The authority will check your application If you submit an application for re-examination of the case, enforcement of the decision will be suspended. This rule shall not apply if: 1) the decision is immediately enforceable (authority may decide so itself or at your request in relation to any decision which can be appealed against, if this is necessary for instance to protect human health or life), 2) the decision is immediately enforceable under the law (e.g. a decision issued by the state sanitary inspector as a result of an inspection that revealed breaches of hygiene and health requirements). The decision will also be implemented prior to the expiry of the time-limit for filing an application to re-examine the case if its contents are in line with the requests of all parties or if all the parties waived the right to a re-examination of the case. The authority which will handle the case may, in justified cases, suspend the immediate enforcement of the decision. Documents 1. Decision on the application for re-examination of the case You will receive a document as: Oryginał How much you will have to pay The service is free of charge How long you will have to wait The matter will be completed within a month. How can you appeal If following an application for re-examination of the case the authority issues a decision with which you continue to disagree, then you can submit a complaint to the administrative court, via the authority which issued the decision. Good to know Your authority will inform you if an application for re-examination of the case has been submitted in relation to a case that you are involved in. Please note that if you apply for re-examination of the case, the authority may not issue any decision that would be against your interests. An exception is made for situations in which a decision with which you do not agree violates law or social interests. Was this page useful? × Your opinion is important Send Legal basis Act of 14 June 1960 "Code of Administrative Procedure" Act of 30 August 2002 "Law on proceedings before administrative courts"