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Lease Of Commercial Premises
Ludvíková, Barbora ; Salač, Josef (advisor) ; Thöndel, Alexandr (referee)
This thesis aims to analyse the applicable legal regulation of lease of commercial premises pursuant to the Act no. 89/2012 Coll., Civil code, as amended, in the context of general practice and with focus on material improvements of leased property. This thesis is divided into 11 chapters, each dealing with different aspects of the examined legal institute. The first two chapters are introductory and pertain to lease in general. The first chapter focuses on the evolution of lease throughout history, spanning from roman law to modern legal codes. The second chapter characterises lease as an obligation in general as it reports on placement of the relevant provisions within the civil code and on the characteristics of lease, which include its subject, yielding it to another for use, its temporariness and consideration. The third chapter deals with the subject of the lease, i.e. commercial premises and their administration in cases of co-ownership and community property of spouses. The following chapter deals with the creation of lease and explores the requirements for a valid and legally binding lease agreement. The fifth chapter considers the temporariness of lease, leases concluded both for indefinite and for definite period of time, leases concluded for an uncommonly long time period and...
Criminological aspects of hate crime
Ludvíková, Barbora ; Herczeg, Jiří (advisor) ; Tlapák Navrátilová, Jana (referee)
The aim of this master's degree thesis on the topic of the Criminological Aspects of Hate Crime is to offer a comprehensive perspective on hate crime from the criminological point of view. The first chapter is introductory and concerns itself with the phenomenon of hate crime in general. It deals with the theoretical definition of hate crime, its specific characteristics that distinguish it from other types of crime and it also includes a typology of hate crimes. Subsequently, it focuses on the international, European and Czech substantive legal regulation. The second chapter concerns itself with the related term of extremism. It defines the main ideas and manifestations of right wing and left wing extremism and it also focuses on the current situation and extremist scene in the Czech Republic. During the examination of the right wing political extremism, the terms of racism, nationalism, ethnocentrism and xenophobia are explained. Then, religious extremism and terrorism are briefly described. Finally, the last subchapter deals with the etiology of extremism. The core of this thesis lies in its third chapter that concerns itself with hate crimes from the criminological perspective and examines phenomenology, etiology and control of this criminality. The phenomenological subchapter focuses on the...

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