Рекодификация международного частного права в Республике Польша
The article investigates the recodification of Private International Law in the Republic of Poland. Poland has a more rich experience on the codification of PIL than most countries in the world. The primary codification through the adoption of an autonomous branch of law has taken place already in 1926 (Act on the Law Applicable to International Private Relations). In 1965 the primary recodification was made – the new Law on Private International Law was adopted. Polish Act on Private International Law, adopted in 2011, is a re-recodification of this branch of law. This article discusses the reasons that prompted the Polish legislator to develop a new conflict regulation; the main changes that Polish PIL has undergone as a result of re-recodification. It was concluded that, despite some serious deficiencies, the Law 2011 is a legally qualified legal act, which reflects the main trends in the development of legislation in the field of PIL, uses a flexible and predictable at the same time tools that allows to combine successfully the newest conflict approaches and traditional connecting factors.