Consumer protection, case III SZP 3/06

August 8th, 2006, Tomasz Rychlicki

The Supreme Court in its judgment of 13 July 2006 case file III SZP 3/06 ruled that the application of standardized agreements which provisions are identical with the provisions deemed as prohibited contractual provisions (abusive clauses) by the District Court in Warsaw, the Court of Competition and Consumer Protection, and were entered into the register kept by the President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection, may be considered in relation to another undertaking as the practice detrimental to/infinging on the collective interests of consumers.

See also “Polish regulations on prohibited contractual provisions” and “Polish case law on abusive clauses in B2C IT and IP contracts“.