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Completing a claim has a deadline


The ruling in question touches on the unnoticeable difference between the limitations of claims enforcement through the general expiration period, and the substantive limitation period for special cases regulated in Article 264 of the Labour Code. Pursuant to article 264(2) of the Labour Code, a claim for reinstatement or compensation is brought before the employment court within 21 days from the date of delivering termination without notice, or from the expiration date of the employment contract. Not meeting this deadline will have irreversible legal consequences, as the claim will expire. – Mariusz Maksis comments for Rzeczpospolita.

The article in Polish is avialible: here.