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Teleological interpretation in private law
Anzenbacher, Vilém ; Beran, Karel (referee)
Teleological interpretation in private law Abstract This thesis deals with the problem of teleological interpretation in private law which, after the re-codification of private law in the Czech Republic has become a vital interpretative method in the process of interpretation of private legal rules. This PhD thesis describes the historical development of approaches to teleological interpretation and its relation to the other interpretative methods. Interpretation of the law is a complex process and individual interpretative methods cannot be approached separately but, on the contrary, in their mutual context. Such procedure is also encouraged by the interpretative provisions contained in the introduction to the new Civil Code. In this thesis, the so-called four-element scheme, namely the division of interpretative methods to teleological, historical, linguistic and systematic interpretation were chosen which also correspond to the categorization that can be inferred from the wording of the new Civil Code. The work is divided into chapters with the content of chapter two to seven forming the focal point, while the first chapter is the introduction and the eighth chapter is the conclusion. In the second chapter, the question of private and public law and the concept of interpretation itself are examined....
Teleological interpretation in private law
Anzenbacher, Vilém ; Wintr, Jan (advisor) ; Večeřa, Miloš (referee) ; Maršálek, Pavel (referee)
Teleological interpretation in private law Abstract This thesis deals with the problem of teleological interpretation in private law which, after the re-codification of private law in the Czech Republic has become a vital interpretative method in the process of interpretation of private legal rules. This PhD thesis describes the historical development of approaches to teleological interpretation and its relation to the other interpretative methods. Interpretation of the law is a complex process and individual interpretative methods cannot be approached separately but, on the contrary, in their mutual context. Such procedure is also encouraged by the interpretative provisions contained in the introduction to the new Civil Code. In this thesis, the so-called four-element scheme, namely the division of interpretative methods to teleological, historical, linguistic and systematic interpretation were chosen which also correspond to the categorization that can be inferred from the wording of the new Civil Code. The work is divided into chapters with the content of chapter two to seven forming the focal point, while the first chapter is the introduction and the eighth chapter is the conclusion. In the second chapter, the question of private and public law and the concept of interpretation itself are examined....
Possibilities of applying arbitration in the CR (legal and comparative analysis)
Anzenbacher, Vilém ; Pohl, Tomáš (advisor) ; Macková, Alena (referee)
The aim of my thesis is to analyse the limits of arbitrability of labour disputes in Czech Republic and to describe Austrian labour-arbitration law. Subsequently I would like to focus on possible solutions of problems linked with arbitrability of labour disputes in Czech Republic. The reason for this study is my interest in both Czech and international arbitration. There is only a few papers which deals with arbitrability of labour disputes in Czech Republic although it is in my opinion very interesting and controversial topic. In connection with changes, introduced by the new Civil Code on 1st of January 2014, the Czech civil law is much more similar to the German and Austrian civil law than it was before. Due to this fact I focus on Austrian arbitration act, which could be important source of knowledge for amendments to Czech arbitration act. The thesis is composed of eight main chapters. The first chapter discusses arbitration in general. The second and third chapter describes alternative dispute resolutions and some other types of out-of-court settlements of both collective and individual labour disputes in Czech Republic. Chapter four explains arbitration and alternative resolution of labour disputes under German and Austrian acts. Chapter five provides an outline of relevant Czech case law. This...

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