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New CIT law unconstitutional?
October 4, 2017   
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Henryk Kowalczyk
Poland's planned amendment to the CIT law, which would introduce taxation on large commercial real estate met with criticism not only from industry, but also from government's own legislative council.
According to government's lawyers, the rule that the tax would be imposed only on properties worth over PLN 10 million would violate the constitutional rule of equality. It could also be treated as unlawful public help - for the owners of smaller properties.
The Finance Ministry claims there is no question of inequality - owners of smaller properties would still be taxed based on general CIT rules.
If the EU raises concerns over the tax, Poland may decide to introduce it only in 2019, cabinet minister Henryk Kowalczyk told DGP.
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