Compensation Liability for Damages Incurred while Exercising Public Authority: a Basic Pillar of Democratic State Ruled by Law

Journal Title: Polish Political Science Yearbook - Year 2016, Vol 45, Issue

Abstract

The leading aim of this paper is to portray the constitutional institution of compensation liability for unlawful acts of public authorities in Polish law related to the development of general principle concerning democratic rule of law. Compensation for damages brought upon the citizens by civil servants constitutes a basic pillar of contemporary democratic state, because it guarantees acting by public authorities in compliances with law and deepen trustfulness. It is also said that the state of the above–mentioned institution indicates the development of democracy.

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Agata Cebera, Aleksander Wróbel

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  • EP ID EP179748
  • DOI 10.15804/ppsy2016014
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Agata Cebera, Aleksander Wróbel (2016). Compensation Liability for Damages Incurred while Exercising Public Authority: a Basic Pillar of Democratic State Ruled by Law. Polish Political Science Yearbook, 45(), 178-190. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-179748