Lawyers handling Swiss-franc cases have been analysing possible scenarios their clients might face over the nearest months and the entire year. They have to consider legal, litigation and organisational issues, such efficiency of the courts.
– Last year saw no break-throughs, but rather a consolidation in court judgments relating to Swiss-franc loans – explains dr Mariusz Korpalski, legal counsel. He adds – The view that a part of a term of a contract cannot be removed while keeping the Table of Exchange Rates of the National Bank of Poland is well established (Judgment C-80/21 – C-82/21 of the CJEU). The Supreme Court reminded that banks must not make any references to their exchange rate table in their contracts with consumers or businesses.