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|dc.identifier.citation|||ae-Finanse: Financial Internet Quarterly |c1734-039X |v8 |y2012 |h2 |p44-50||en_US|
|dc.description.abstract||Self-governments are given new tasks without guaranteeing resources for their completion, an example of which is lowering the school obligation age.There are also some savings of the state budget at the expense of territorial selfgovernment. All these and other changes, including those planned in the near future, take place without compensating for the incomes lost by self-governments or additional costs. All this leads to serious tensions in self-government budgets, limiting their ability to finance investment. The Regulation of the Minister of Finance from 23rd December 2010 on detailed ways of classifying debt titles included in state public debt, also treasury debt (Journal of Law from 2010, No 252, position 1692) was issued on the basis of specially changed article 72, section 2 of the Act of 27th August 2009 on Public Finance (Journal of Law No 157, position 1240 with subsequent amendments).||en_US|
|dc.publisher|||aUniversity of Information Technology and Management |cRzeszów||en_US|
|dc.title||Rules of contracting debt by territorial self-government units||en_US|
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