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Electronic inbox – yet another new effective date


by Łukasz Napiórkowski

17 May 2022


The Polish president has signed the statute amending the law on electronic deliveries. It postpones the effective date of specific solutions for e-Deliveries until January 2024 at the latest.

Just recently we have sent you our newsletter about the upcoming deadline for enterprises entered in the National Court Register to set up electronic inboxes, and the lawmakers have postponed the launch of mandatory e-Deliveries again.

In the absence of adequate technical infrastructure, the lawmakers postponed the effective date of mandatory inboxes for e-Deliveries back in 2021, just one year after promulgation of the Act on Electronic Delivery of Documents. They postponed that date for public institutions and certain non-public entities until the second half of 2022.

The most recent amendment replaces specific dates (before the amendment: from 05 July 2022 – new enterprises entered in the National Court Register; from 01 October 2022 – enterprises entered in the National Court Register before 05 July 2022) with wording which reads that the system will enter into force on the date specified in an official communication from the minister competent for digitalisation. This should happen no later than 01 January 2024.

The communication about the technical measures which allow the actual use of e-Deliveries should be published in the Polish Journal of Laws at least 90 days in advance. Enterprises entered in the National Court Register will have 30 days to set up an electronic inbox from the date set in the communication.

Regardless of another postponement of the mandatory e-Deliveries, companies that have to be entered in the National Court Register can still apply for an address for electronic deliveries. By activating this address, you request public authorities to send their communications to that address. This means that generally all official correspondence will be sent to the electronic inbox address once it is activated.

Rödl & Partner's experts will keep you updated on upcoming obligation to use e-Deliveries and will assist you in implementing relevant internal regulations. If you have any questions about e-Deliveries, you are welcome to contact our experts. 


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