The rules for the implementation of the budget of European funds in Poland

Tomasz Sowiński


The Public Finance Act of 2009 included brief but comprehensive and practical regulations regarding the implementation of the European funds budget in Poland. Various institutions related to the implementation of the European funds budget and procedures related to the implementation thereof have been defined and described therein. These include, for example, expenditure, payments, payment processing, payment orders, collection and settlement of advances, rules for incurring liabilities, supervision, control, implementation of programs and projects financed with European funds, applications for the grant or disposal thereof, etc. It also specified the rights and obligations of individual entities implementing, participating or beneficiaries using European funds. The competency system of individual central public administration authorities in the scope of determining the rules of applying for European funds, awarding them, implementing, accounting and supervising all these procedures was also defined.
Author Tomasz Sowiński (FLA / DFL)
Tomasz Sowiński,,
- Department of Financial Law
Publication size in sheets0.5
Book Mrkývka Petr, Gliniecka Jolanta, Tomášková Eva, Juchnevicius Edvardas, Sowiński Tomasz, Radvan Michal (eds.): The challenges of local government financing in the light of European Union regional policy: (conference proceedings) , Publications of the Masaryk University, theoretical series, edition Scientia, no. 636, 2018, Masaryk University, ISBN 978-80-210-9086-6, [978-80-210-9087-3], 642 p., DOI:10.5817/CZ.MUNI.P210-9087-2018
Keywords in Englishbudget systems, national budget, financial law, economic integration, EU
Languageen angielski
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