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On Sunday, November 11 and Monday, November 12, the stores will be closed. The offices will be open, among other things, at petrol stations and shops operated by the owner.

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Under the law, which entered into force on 1 March, the store is only allowed on Sundays on the first and last Sunday of each month. This month, all stores can be opened on Sunday 25 November.

On Monday, the ban on trade will be in force in accordance with the law of November 12, 2018. National holiday and day off from work on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the restoration of Poland's independence.

In December, the trade ban will only apply to one Sunday – 9 December. Others will be able to shop.

From 1 January 2019, the provisions limiting trading on Sunday will be tightened – trade will be allowed on a Sunday of the month – the last.

The law sets out the exclusion catalog 32. The prohibition applies, inter alia, in bakeries, pastry shops, ice-cream, petrol stations, florists, print shops, post offices. To cancel the ban on Sunday trading, the penalty is 1 thousand. PLN up to 100 thousand PLN and with persistent violation of the law – the penalty for the restriction of freedom.

Source of information: PAP


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