Not legally. Farmers land is devalued if its made almost impossible to sell. So, if I want use my land as equity for a loan to buy land (or farming equipment or buildings), the bank will look at that land and determine that its an illiquid asset with a far lower value. I'm poorer.
Small farmers would probably love to sell their land and retire, that will become much harder (it must be hard enough as it is). How many farmers wives do you see in a market selling their produce when in obvious ill health? its a tragedy.
Even if they could find a buyer, the price will inevitable be less. Protect Poland by ******* the poor farmers, how nice, how communist.
Lease them to lovers of PIS
PO brought in a law last year to 'protect' Polish farmland when the 2016 restriction expired.
Poland does need bigger farms, its could probably double food production if more industrial methods were used. But the methods to do this seems to be dependant on robbing the small, and especially the poor, farmer.
For me, with access to capital, its a Godsend. I need at least 20 Ha to be viable.