Requesting exclusion of an employee in the administrative authority in the context of cohabitation


  • Agnieszka Daniluk


exclusion of an employee, administrative procedure, cohabitation


The ideal model of the administrative procedure assumes that public authorities shall proceed in an impartial manner. The exclusion from administrative proceedings of en- tities for which there is reasonable suspicion to act during procedure with an element of bias is a guarantee of objective settlement of the matter. The essence of the exclu- sion is primarily a permanent elimination of an employee in a particular situation or depriving him of legal possibilities to influence the course of the proceedings and the content issued in case settlement. The article poses the following questions: does coha- bitation justify such an exemption, and what are the consequences of both justified and unjustified exclusion of an employee of an administrative body? Analysis of issues for exclusion under the provisions of the Code of Administrative Procedure in the context of cohabitation tends to make some reflections. Firstly, consideration of the evidence in general context is required in the face of the increasingly frequent occurrence of partnerships referred to in Polish nomenclature as concubinage. This would provide greater safeguards for the principle of objective truth due to the fact that the process itself would be subject to exclusion from the law, and not at the request of the em- ployee’s superior (as is currently the case). Secondly, consideration of the type of legal act for such exclusion as well as the possibility of replacing the provision issued in such cases by another legal act the measure of which is the type of management ordinance required.




How to Cite

Requesting exclusion of an employee in the administrative authority in the context of cohabitation. (2014). Miscellanea Historico-Iuridica, 13(2), 253-263.

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