The possibility of revision of a judgement in civil proceedings on the basis of a ruling made by an international body – de lege ferenda conclusions



Abstract

This article aims to indicate the need for amending the Code of Civil Procedure
to the extent that the civil procedure does not provide the possibility of revision of
a judgment in civil proceedings on the basis of a ruling made by an international body.
Such a conclusion results from the analysis of the currently applicable regulations on the
possibility of reopening civil proceedings against the background of similar regulations
concerning administrative court proceedings and criminal proceedings, taking into account
the validity of EU regulations. The whole issue will be presented against the background of
fundamental principles governing the legal system as such.


Keywords

revision of a judgment in civil proceedings, ruling made by an international body


Published : 2021-11-18


Flegel, A. (2021). The possibility of revision of a judgement in civil proceedings on the basis of a ruling made by an international body – de lege ferenda conclusions. The Opole Studies in Administration and Law, 19(3), 25-41. Retrieved from https://czasopisma.uni.opole.pl/index.php/osap/article/view/4582

Aleksandra Flegel  ola.flegel@gmail.com
Uniwersytet Wrocławski  Poland
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4288-8752


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