Declaration of submission to enforcement

Voluntary submission to enforcement allows you to obtain an enforcement order without the need to initiate a court dispute in legal proceedings. In non-litigious proceedings one can apply for declaring a notarial deed enforceable in order to initiate enforcement against a debtor. Non-litigious proceedings are much shorter and much less costly than ordinary court proceedings.

Required information:

  • Particulars of the person making the declaration:
  • in the case of natural persons: first name, surname, parents’ first names, identity card’s series, number and validity date, Polish Resident Identification Number (PESEL), residence address,
  • in the case of legal persons: company name, particulars of the representatives, number of entry into the National Court Register (KRS), Tax Identification Number (NIP), Polish Business Registry Number (REGON), registered address.

Required documents:

  • identity card or passport,
  • a document that the obligation to submit to enforcement results from.

Costs:

1. Each time the notarial fee is determined individually.

The maximum rates are provided for in the Regulation of the Minister of Justice of June 28, 2004 on the maximum rates of notarial fees.

2. Notarial fee for excerpts amounts to PLN 6 net (PLN 7.38 gross) for each started page.