July without mandatory e-deliveries for companies and legal entities

On May 27, 2022, the Act of April 28, 2022, amending certain acts in connection with the development of public ICT systems entered into force, which introduces another change in the field of electronic delivery.  E-service for companies and legal entities was to start on July 5, 2022, however, this obligation was postponed again. This time, the legislator did not provide for a specific deadline for their introduction, however, introduced a certain time limit – e-deliveries will enter into force no later than January 1, 2024.

The obligation to have an e-delivery address has been linked with the announcement by the Minister responsible for IT development of a statement in the Journal of Laws on the date of implementation of technical solutions enabling the delivery and receipt of electronic correspondence or its hybrid form. This announcement is to be made no later than 90 days before the indicated date. Companies and legal entities are to be obliged to fulfill the obligation to have an address for electronic delivery within 3 months from the date indicated in the Minister’s announcement.


Our article on the amendment to the act on electronic e-delivery of November 15, 2021:

Amendment to the Act on electronic delivery


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