Monitor Polski No. 80 of 28 August 1946
- after the war
The National Library Archives, Warsaw, Periodicals Division, sygn. P.35283 II, Official Journal of the Republic of Poland, published by the Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland since 1918 (interruption: 1940-1945). Monitor Polski published laws and court decisions. These publication are not sources of law. After the war, the Monitor published inheritance cases, decisions declaring a person dead, among others. Editorial Office, Administration and Distribution: Lodz, Piotrkowska St. 133.
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