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    The judgement of The Court of Appeal in case of Poczta Polska

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Cracov, November 22nd


    The judgement of The Court of Appeal in case of Poczta Polska


    The Group position


    InPost Management Board and informs that on November 22nd, 2012, the proceedings in regard to a decision of providing postal services for items of correspondence weighing up to 50g by the abovementioned companies have been abolished after examining an appeal by The Court of Appeal in Cracow(1 Civil Division, I ACa 731/12), and dismissed on the grounds of inadmissibility.


    Therefore, the decision of the Court of Appeal has not changed the judgment of the District Court in Kraków (IX Commercial Division), assuming dismissal of all actions of Poczta Polska (file IX GC 674/10) on:


    payment of compensation in the amount of PLN 60.71 m (including interest from 4 November 2010) by the Group companies; the compensation was not challenged by Poczta Polska in this regard, thus it was not considered by the court of second instance.
    • The court ban regarding the provision of postal services in the area of correspondence weighing less than 50g by InPost and


    InPost and Integer agree with the sentence of the Court of Appeal in Cracow confirming the groundlessness of the claims of Poczta Polska as well as the validity of the position of the aforementioned companies in the case.


    The judgment is final, nevertheless, Poczta Polska has the right to bring a cassation appeal to the Supreme Court within two months from the date of delivery of judgment together with the reasons.


                                                                                                                                                                                                          Rafał Brzoska
                                                                                                                                                                                                          The President of the Board of InPost and