Prosecutor refuses to approve the arrest of slot machines

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (No Ratings Yet)
Loading...
Font size:
Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Prosecutors across the country refused to halt the approval of slot machines at the Customs Office applications.

Despite relying on the Constitutional Court’s judgment of 11 March 2015 year by the Customs Service (favorite argument of the Head of the Customs Service), prosecutors do not approve automatic detention citing, among others, the judgment of the Supreme Court of 31 March 2015 year (ie after the judgment of the Court), which dismissed the appeal of the Customs Office in Lodz as manifestly unfounded (not done written justification).

As pointed out by the prosecutor’s office:

“This bill (on gambling – ed.) functions in legal transactions, but the rules of her, for this reason, they should not be applied by the courts and administrative authorities, since it is settled case law of the CJEU is clear that the consequence of breach of the notification of technical regulations Law is their ineffectiveness. ”

The rest of the refusal to stop the prosecution notes:

“Awareness that are also employees of the customs authorities, gathered in the union, who addressed a message to the officials, recommending that in these cases the use of the procedure referred to in Article. 127 section. 2 and 3 of the Law on Customs Service, which provides that if an official order, convinced the officer is against the law, he must submit their objections in writing.”

About us

E-PLAY Online Gambling Guide is the best source of whole information about entertainment and gambling online market. 15 years of experience supported by our team of gambling specialists and cooperation with partners from around the world is the warranty of best choice to everyone who is interested in online gambling!

ARCHIVE

Facebook

Twitter

Menu Title