The aim of this commentary was to present the critical remarks of viewpoint presented in the decision of Regional Court in Szczecin dated on March 11th, 2019 (II Cz 461/19). The above-mentioned court decision concerns the problem which is significant for the conducting of court proceedings. That is the necessity to obtain an enforcement writ to the court decision passed as a result of an acknowledgement of an appeal lodged against a decision of a court enforcement officer, in which a motion to award the enforcement proceedings costs, has been dismissed – in case when the court changes the decision of a court enforcement officer and rewards the costs. The applied research method included the dogmatic and legal analysis of the provisions of the polish Code of Civil Procedure as well as the analysis of views presented in legal doctrine and judicial decisions. Pursuant to Article 7701 of the Code of Civil Procedure, the court enforcement officer’s final and non-revisable decision on costs shall be enforceable without a writ of enforcement being issued. Thus, it is necessary to put a question whether the above-mentioned regulation should be applied to a court decision amending a decision of a court enforcement officer for reimbursement of the enforcement proceedings costs. Regional Court in Szczecin, in the analysed decision, answered in the negative. Arguments presented by the court are unconvincing. Pursuant to the conducted research, justified is presenting a thesis that article 7701 of the Code of Civil Procedure cannot be used to the court decision of reimbursement of the enforcement proceedings costs even in the situation when the court amends the decision of the court enforcement officer of reimbursement of the costs. Consequently, an enforcement order which contains: a decision of a court enforcement officer (an enforcement writ is not needed) and a decision of a court which amends the decision of a court enforcement officer (an enforcement writ is needed) – need to be accompanied in whole by a writ of enforcement, to become an enforcement title.