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THE DEVELOPMENT OF COURT-APPOINTED FAMILY GUARDIANSHIP IN POLAND

This article discusses the development of the institution of court-appointed family guardianship in Poland, its origins, and the stages in its history. This study is aimed at presenting how court-appointed family guardianship, as based on the “supervised freedom” concept, has developed over time. The author also intends to distinguish the stages of its development to reveal its dynamics and the opportunities for supporting court-appointed family guardianship by legislative initiatives. Structured around three principal parts, the study first investigates the idea of “supervised freedom” in the system of court-appointed family guardianship, which is followed by an analysis of the stages of development that court-appointed family guardianship in Poland has gone through. The last part of the analysis contains a characteristics of the above-mentioned stages and provides conclusions revealing how the idea of court-appointed family guardianship in Poland has been applied in the reformatory initiatives concerning this institution. The analysis concludes that modern-day court-appointed family guardianship is an institution that reflects the original idea of “supervised freedom” conceived within the Belgian-French system. This article is based on the literature on the subject and legal regulations as at 30 October 2012.



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