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Expropriation for the purposes of construction of transport, water and energy infrastructure
Sharapaev, Vladimir ; Handrlica, Jakub (advisor) ; Rajchl, Jiří (referee)
Expropriation for the purposes of construction of transport, water and energy infrastructure Résumé This thesis deals with expropriation under the regime of Act No. 416/2009 Coll. on accelerating the construction of transport, water and energy infrastructure and electronic communications infrastructure (Act on Acceleration of Construction). The thesis provides an analysis of selected provisions of this Act, evaluates the possibilities of interpretation of questionable provisions and proposes possibilities of de lege ferenda optimisation of the existing legislation. The thesis also responds to the recent amendment to the Act on Acceleration of Construction implemented by Act No. 169/2018 Coll. and analyses the potential impacts of the new legislation on the procedural position of the parties to the proceedings as well as the conformity of the selected provisions of the amendment with the constitutional order. In the first chapter, the reader is acquainted with the notion of expropriation, with the content of this term, the relevant legal regulation and the substantive conditions of expropriation. The following second chapter contains a brief description of the Act on Accelerating Construction and its contextualisation in the terms of historical and political circumstances of its adoption. The third chapter...
Public squares
Bušková, Vendula ; Rajchl, Jiří (advisor) ; Handrlica, Jakub (referee)
1 Abstract The topic of the presented thesis are issues related to public spaces. Public spaces are defined in the Municipalities Act and the Capital City of Prague Act and comprise all squares, streets, marketplaces, sidewalks, public green areas, parks and other areas accessible to anyone without restrictions, i.e. serving public use and irrespective of the ownership of the space. This is the only definition in the Czech legal system and several other norms refer to it. The main purpose of public spaces is their public use. Therefore, the relevant legal rules regulate also the limits of various activities in public spaces. The current legal regulation is rather brief and the topic has not been covered extensively in the legal doctrine as of yet. The aim of the thesis is to summarize the legal rules relevant to public spaces and the regulation of activities on them, as well as to identify issues and ambiguities stemming from the insufficient legal regulation. The first part of the work introduces the definition of public space and its history and illustrates the emergence and abolishment of public spaces. The legal definition characterizes public spaces using the listing of specific types of places and referring to a common characteristic, i.e. accessibility to public. It emphasizes that public spaces are...
Competence of Administrative Authorities as Authorities Involved in Administrative Proceedings under the Building Act
Řehoříková, Blanka ; Vedral, Josef (advisor) ; Handrlica, Jakub (referee)
Competence of Administrative Authorities as Authorities Involved in Administrative Proceedings under the Building Act Abstract: The main aim of this rigorous thesis is a comprehensive discussion of the authority and competence of the authorities concerned as administrative authorities in proceedings under the Building Act. Given that the current legislation does not sufficiently regulate the institute of the authority concerned and the activities of the authorities concerned, I focused on the problematic parts of the legislation. The thesis is divided into eleven chapters. The introduction is followed by Chapter I and II describing the institute of the authority concerned, combined with the practical experience and with my opinions and the individual findings of administrative courts. Stating the classification of the institute of the authority concerned and its relation to specific legislation is a basic prerequisite for the subsequent definition of the individual aspects of the activities of the authorities concerned, i.e. the conditions for issuing binding opinions and other acts under Part Four of the Code of Administrative Procedure. It is important first to thoroughly identify the various parts of the issue of the authority and competence of the authorities concerned, and then to highlight the aspects...
Legal regulation of a deep geological repository of nuclear waste
Němec, Valentina ; Handrlica, Jakub (advisor) ; Rajchl, Jiří (referee)
Legal regulation of a deep geological repository of nuclear waste Abstract The topic of the thesis is the legal regulation of a deep geological repository of nuclear waste in the legal system of the Czech Republic. The thesis aims to summarize the administrative law aspects of preparation, construction, operation and termination of operation regarding the deep geological repository, while simultaneously analyzing legislation regulating the deep geological repository. The structure of the thesis corresponds with this aim, and reflects the phases of preparation and existence of the repository. First part of the thesis, following the introduction, defines the principal legal terms in nuclear waste handling and its disposal. The second part is dedicated to the legislation regarding the repository, including international and European legislation as well as national legislation. In this part, the thesis briefly characterizes the new Atomic Act. The chapter about the national legislation also contains a characteristic of Nuclear Law and mutual relations between regulations regarding the repository. The third part contains institutional and financial aspects regarding the repository. A brief analysis of subsidies provided to regions according to the Atomic Act is included in this part. The fourth part summarizes...
State Supervision of Public Self-government
Hálová, Miloslava ; Kopecký, Martin (advisor) ; Frumarová, Kateřina (referee) ; Handrlica, Jakub (referee)
Název disertační práce, abstrakt a klíčová slova v anglickém jazyce Title: State Supervision of Public Self-government Abstract: The thesis deals with the state supervision of public corporations in the performance of public administration. Public-law corporations include territorial self-governing units, professional and business chambers, and public higher education institutions. They are public entities different from the state. In order to ensure the legality of the public administration entrusted to them, they are subject to state supervision. This supervision is part of the control activities in public administration and falls within the remit of administrative control. In the remedial phase, it usually follows a judicial review consisting of a review of the lawfulness of abstract and concrete acts issued by the bodies of self-government. Two introductory chapters are devoted to the theoretical basis of state supervision over self government. The first deals with the status of self-government in the structure of public power and public administration, the legal nature of self-government, and the relationship between self- government and the state. In the second, the author deals with the legal nature of control activities in public administration, their system, the stages of control and the legal...
Regulation of internet
Poloni, Marek ; Pomahač, Richard (advisor) ; Handrlica, Jakub (referee)
Regulation of Internet Abstract The internet is today one of the most rapidly evolving technological tools at our disposal. What started out being used for research and academic purposes over four decades ago, has evolved into a behemoth virtual community that has been shaped by millions of role-players and users. What started out as a self-regulated platform is coming under serious scrutiny as more and more we are finding that the current regulatory framework has massive gaping holes and human rights breaches are happening by the thousands, on a daily basis, across various internet platforms. It seems it is only a matter of time before a serious human rights or data catastrophe is on our hands. Regulation created under the stress of trying to recover from a catastrophe would be strict and have excessively tight controls and result in the loss of many freedoms which the internet has afforded the world. It is in light of this that the topic of the regulation of the internet is explored through this thesis. The internet has grown and evolved exponentially, and it is time that regulation of this space catches up to this evolution and is able to effectively govern and regulate this vast and multidimensional layer. The aim of this diploma thesis was to understand the dynamic relationship between regulation and...
Electronic signature in administrative procedure
Jandora, Tomáš ; Handrlica, Jakub (advisor) ; Rajchl, Jiří (referee)
1 Abstract As a topic of the diploma thesis I have chosen the issue of electronic signature in relation to administrative proceedings. The field of electronic communication is incredibly diverse and it is growing very dynamically. For this reason, I found the topic interesting and usable in the future. There have not been many theses on this topic yet, so I did not have to solve the problem that it was not original. I have always had a positive attitude towards digital technology. At the same time, I was fortunate that I could have always been informed about information technologies by someone who was interested in the issue much earlier. No matter whether it was more experienced family member, high school teacher who by far exceeded the capacities of the educational institution, or patient colleague at work. As stated at the beginning, this work could not have been finished without the contribution of my father, who has been involved in the issue of electronic signatures for a long time, and who brought me to the idea of choosing this topic. The aim of this work was to describe possibilities of application of electronic signing in administrative proceedings, or in communication with public authorities. However, a simple description of the legislation, which is presently in practice, would not be...
Issues of acquisition of citizenship especially in relation to the states of Middle East
Göttelová, Gabriela ; Handrlica, Jakub (advisor) ; Hofmannová, Helena (referee)
The diploma thesis surveys the current legal regulation of state citizenship in the Czech Republic in relation to selected states of the Middle East. The thesis contains descriptions and analysis of the legal regulation in force regarding the state citizenship in the Czech Republic, the State of Israel and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan; it also describes the complicated legal situation in the Palestinian territories. In the part focused on the Middle East, the thesis deals with three fundamentally different yet comparable, historically and politically interconnected, state formations - Jewish parliamentary republic, Arab Muslim constitutional monarchy and a state formation sui generis. Besides the introduction and the conclusion, the diploma thesis consists of five chapters. The first four chapters successively deal with the Czech Republic, Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian territories, whereas the fifth one compares them. The chapters dedicated to the Czech Republic, Israel and Jordan focus on the study of acquisition and loss of citizenship in the said state, characteristic of citizenship, multiple citizenships and development of relevant legal regulation. In the cases of Israel and Jordan, the thesis also addresses legal history of the relevant state, selected particularities of its public...
Natural monopolies in Electricity and Gas Sectors (the legal aspects)
Kadlecová, Eliška ; Handrlica, Jakub (advisor) ; Eichlerová, Kateřina (referee)
The purpose of this diploma thesis is to use relevant economic knowledge for the analysis of the key legal aspects of the natural monopoly, particularly the main theoretical aspects thereto. The interpretation is not limited to principle features, however, it covers also the related issues. The text is focused mainly on electricity and gas industries. Apart from applicable law and legal books, the relevant case law of the Constitutional Court and Supreme Administrative Court of Czech Republic has been also a significant source of knowledge hereto. The European Union legal regulations and expert opinions of the European Commission have been taken into account as well. The diploma thesis is divided into five chapters. The first chapter is focused on economic aspects of the applicable law. It provides thorough overview concerning the model and its introduction into reviewed fields. The principal information, historical background and view of the critics are introduced. This chapter also labels the entities under the Czech law that are considered to be the natural monopolies. Furthermore, three basic fields of legal institutes that are subject to subsequent review are outlined. The second chapter defines elementary terms relevant for further research. Specifically, it covers the distribution,...

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