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This text is a theoretical and legal analysis of the issue of non-existent resolutions and their appeals in capital companies on the example of a limited liability company. At the beginning, an attempt was made to define and specify the legal character of the resolution. Next, concepts concerning non-existent resolutions were presented (lat. negotium non existens), including the issue of non-existence of a resolution and a non-existent legal action, as well as the issue of a negative resolution. Next, the ways of appealing against non-existent resolutions were discussed. The article also contains the position of doctrine and the review of jurisprudence on this subject. The aim of the article is to draw attention to the existing inaccuracies and doubts related to the non-existent resolution. The observations made in the article allowed to formulate de lege ferenda postulates.