Lobbying for representatives

How to successfully persuade the Government official to support our call to repeal the legislation (s447JUST) PL 115-171

It is very important to attend the constituency meeting organized by your congressman. It is a unique opportunity to catch the attention of the officials and bring awareness to the public about the unjust character of this legislation. You should briefly explain the problem and handle these two important documents.



The Polish Claims Program commenced with the signing of a claims agreement on July 16, 1960 after
negotiations with the People's Republic of Poland. Under this agreement, Poland agreed to pay $40
million over the period of twenty years in full settlement of the claims of nationals of the United States for (1) the nationalization or other taking by Poland of property and of rights and interests in and with
respect to property; (2) the appropriation or the loss of use and enjoyment of property under Polish laws, decrees, or other measures limiting or restricting rights and interests in and with respect to property; and (3) debts owed by enterprises which have been nationalized or taken by Poland and debts which were a charge upon property which has been nationalized, appropriated or otherwise taken by Poland.

 The example of the speech:

One and maybe the most important example of the wrong path, that our country got on to during this presidency, is the particular legislation called -  S 447 JUST.

Signed by President Trump on May 9, 2018 in a very unprecedented manner. It was simply pushed through the legislation process by acclamation  “under suspension of rules" -  without a roll call and based on a voice vote, no record who and how voted as the uncontroversial legislation among other laws regarding Syria and Iran. 

© The Chancellery of the Parliament

  1. 1/13 2016-03-17 OJ 1997 No. 41 item 251  

Legislation of February 20, 1997

about the relationship of the State to Jewish religious communities

in the Republic of Poland.

Code of Civil Law

Section IV, Chapter 8

Heir - an entity to which the entire rights and obligations of a deceased person pass.

Testamentary heir - a natural person, legal person or an organizational unit without legal personality, appointed for the inheritance on the basis of a will, or a child conceived (not yet born at the time of opening the inheritance), provided that he is born alive.

Legislative heir - an entity appointed for inheritance under the relevant laws, if the testator did not leave a valid will, or if the persons appointed to the inheritance do not want or can not be heirs.