Prawo właściwe dla zobowiązań niewynikających z czynności prawnych w okresie Polskiej Rzeczpospolitej Ludowej
In the communist era, the law applicable to non-contractual obligations was regulated by two acts — the Private International Law of 1926 and the Private International Law of 1965, which dealt with the issue of the law applicable to obligations not arising out of legal action. The object of this study is to present the respective regulations in terms of determining this law. In particular, the author focuses on the analysis of two main connecting factors used at that time to determine the law applicable to non-contractual obligations, namely, the law of the place where the act giving rise to the non-contractual obligation was performed and the law of domicile. In the conclusion of the article the author assesses the solutions presented above from the point of view of both Polish and foreign doctrine.