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Regulationship between delicts and criminal offences
Parýzková, Julie ; Prášková, Helena (advisor) ; Millerová, Ivana (referee)
Relation between Administrative and Criminal Offenses Abstract This thesis deals with the analysis of the relation between two public offenses; administrative offenses as delicts of administrative law to criminal offenses as delicts of criminal law. The thesis introduces the historical development in the Czech lands, illustrating the origin of the division of offenses of public law and its gradual transformation over time. The chapter on history concludes with the description of the models of relation between administrative and criminal offenses which have arisen in civil law over the course of history. It is followed by an analysis of the conceptual features of offenses de lege lata, in which the definition of an administrative offense is compared to the definition of a crime. The main topic of the thesis is the boundary between administrative offenses and criminal offenses, which compares the current legal regulation with the theoretical basis and further analyses the aspects of the division of public-law offenses with the indication of alternative possibilities of this division. The thesis also looks at criminal records and the influence of European Union law in determining the boundary between offenses and crimes. Furthermore, the thesis deals with the comparison of administrative and criminal...
Licence to operation of radio and television broadcasting
Kopecký, Pavel ; Rajchl, Jiří (advisor) ; Millerová, Ivana (referee)
Authorisation to radio and television broadcasting Abstract This thesis entitled Authorisation to radio and television broadcasting deals with issue of regulation of access to medial market in the Czech Republic. This thesis is based on analyse of legislation and case law of administrative courts. Main source of broadcasting regulation is Radio and Television Broadcasting Act no. 231/2001. There are two administrative acts authorises to broadcasting and rebroadcasting. Administrative act called licence authorises to broadcasting while registration authorises to rebroadcasting. Both licences and registrations are granted by Council for Radio and Television Broadcasting. This thesis primarily deals with granting, changes and termination of this administrative acts. This thesis is divided into ten parts. Part One deals with reasons of regulation of radio and television broadcasting by state. Broadcasting is primarily regulated because of limited resources and protection of public interests and some social wide values. Part Two briefly describes legislation related to broadcasting and its evolution after 1990. Part Three focuses on legal term broadcasting and rebroadcasting according to Radio and Television Broadcasting Act. This part compares single elements of broadcasting and rebroadcasting. Part Four...
Development of Administrative Delict Law
Hausman, Jiří ; Prášková, Helena (advisor) ; Millerová, Ivana (referee)
The topic of this thesis is the development of Infraction Law throughout time. The objective of the thesis is to provide a general outline of when the current Czech Law adopted the legislation for infractions and the form the Infraction Law (both procedural and material) took in its later developmental phases. Another objective of the thesis is to determine what changes have been introduced into the Infraction Law throughout time. The sources I used to prepare this thesis were the relevant legal documents specifying the legal regulations of Infraction Law, the available periodical literature, as well as the judicial decisions issued in this legal area. The thesis is divided into six chapters in total. The first chapter defines two of the basic important concepts. The second chapter provides a chart of the development of Infraction Law since its conception in the year 1787 until the formation of the Czechoslovak Republic in the year 1918. This chapter is further subdivided into three sections. The first section describes Infraction Law during its first developmental phase, which is the time its formation took place. The second section presents a map of the development of Infraction Law in the period between 1803 and 1852. Last but not least, the third section is dedicated to the development of...
Municipal by-laws to secure local public order
Sobotková, Kamila ; Rajchl, Jiří (advisor) ; Millerová, Ivana (referee)
1 Generally binding regulations of municipalities for securing local issues of public order Abstract This master thesis deals with generally binding regulations of municipalities for securing local issues of public order in pursuance of finding out to what extend and quality the municipalities do use the authorisation for lawmaking in independent competence while regulating the activities that disrupt public order; and also in pursuance of finding out how the individual municipal councils base their decisions on the knowledge of the local environment. In the introductory part the essential terms for better understanding of the area are defined. There are terms as municipality, public order, public place and generally binding regulations, while the understanding of the imprecise legal concept of public order is compared to the interpretation in neighbouring countries. Furthermore, the history of municipal self-government from the year 1848 up to the present day is summarized while presenting its importance and focusing on municipal lawmaking in independent competence. Considering that the approach of the Constitutional Court to the enabling provision of Article 104, paragraph 3 of the Constitution of the Czech Republic has developed, this thesis also analyses this genesis that is nowadays important for the...
Act on Undertaking de lege lata and de lege ferenda
Štainc, Richard ; Kopecký, Martin (advisor) ; Millerová, Ivana (referee)
As the title of the submitted thesis "The Act on Undertaking de lege lata and de lege ferenda" follows, this thesis deals first with the valid Czech law of undertaking. For the purpose of a comprehensive assessment of the legal status of specific legal institutes and selected legal regulations, comparative approaches and historical interpretation were undertaken in the work in numerous places. I have gradually paid attention to current problems or problems that may arise in the future. I therefore dealt with the qustion of the legality of the exhibition of dead human bodies from the point of view of the Czech legislation in force at the time of its realization, as well as the current legal regulations, when for several reasons I came to the conclusion that such exhibition contradicted a number of provisions of the current legislation and there certainly will be no changes in the future. I continued to pay attention to the lawful forms of burial of human mortal remains. Here, as in other places of work, I have pointed out the possibility of conflict of two or more existing legal norms, according to which the participants in legal relations can interpret their rights and obligations differently. The chapter on the preserving of human mortal remains before the funeral addressed some of the...
Act on Undertaking de lege lata and de lege ferenda
Štainc, Richard ; Kopecký, Martin (advisor) ; Millerová, Ivana (referee)
As the title of the submitted thesis "The Act on Undertaking de lege lata and de lege ferenda" follows, this thesis deals first with the valid Czech law of undertaking. For the purpose of a comprehensive assessment of the legal status of specific legal institutes and selected legal regulations, comparative approaches and historical interpretation were undertaken in the work in numerous places. I have gradually paid attention to current problems or problems that may arise in the future. I therefore dealt with the qustion of the legality of the exhibition of dead human bodies from the point of view of the Czech legislation in force at the time of its realization, as well as the current legal regulations, when for several reasons I came to the conclusion that such exhibition contradicted a number of provisions of the current legislation and there certainly will be no changes in the future. I continued to pay attention to the lawful forms of burial of human mortal remains. Here, as in other places of work, I have pointed out the possibility of conflict of two or more existing legal norms, according to which the participants in legal relations can interpret their rights and obligations differently. The chapter on the preserving of human mortal remains before the funeral addressed some of the...
Decisions of administrative courts concerning actions against the decision of administrative body in cases of administrative delicts
Zíma, Jakub ; Prášková, Helena (advisor) ; Millerová, Ivana (referee)
in English Title: Decisions of administrative courts concerning actions against the decision of administrative body in cases of administrative delicts A subject matter of this thesis is analysis of current law and judicial practice in field of review of decisions of administrative bodies in cases of administrative delicts. In introduction of the thesis the author briefly sums up the historical development of the administrative jurisprudence and the influence of international regulation and judicial decisions of the international courts. The author describes and analyzes international requirements on deciding in full jurisdiction and relevant law in the Czech Republic. In this context, the author briefly analyzes the current and relevant law in Germany and Poland. The thesis analyzes whether the Czech law meets the requirements on deciding in full jurisdiction of not. The author describes chosen particularities of law regarding the judicial review of administrative delicts and the influence of judicial decisions upon the limits of the relevant law. The thesis further analyzes judicial decisions and its influence upon possible extension of protection of offender of administrative delict. The author further considers and analyzes court's right to moderate the punishment, its legal scope and possible...
Securing of public order in the Czech Republic and the State of Israel
Pavlátová, Michaela ; Millerová, Ivana (advisor) ; Svoboda, Petr (referee)
Topic of this thesis is securing public order in the State of Israel and comparing it with securing public order in the Czech Republic. In view of the current security situation in Europe and its development, the Czech Republic is also currently facing new challenges in the area of securing public order. The State of Israel is a country that has been facing threats of destruction from its enemies from the day of Israel's creation. Ensuring security and the sole existence of the State has become a major priority for Israel, and thus studying Israel's ways to secure public order is, in my view, useful and in certain aspects also inspiring. This thesis presents a detailed view of Israel's methods of securing public order. It also reflects the social and historical context which is an integral part of the Israeli public order legislation and which is essential for correct understanding of the Israeli approach to provide security to its inhabitants. I compare the most important aspects of securing public order in the State of Israel with the ways of securing public order in the Czech Republic. This thesis is divided into six chapters. The first two chapters are dealing with the Czech concept of the public order and the Czech methods of securing public order. The third chapter analyzes the term "public...
Territorial decision-making processes
Šobora, Jan ; Svoboda, Petr (advisor) ; Millerová, Ivana (referee)
Thesis title: Territorial Decision-Making-Processes In this thesis, the author deals primarily with the planning permission proceedings, including the analysis of partial changes in the legislation introduced by the conceptual amendment of Act No. 183/2006 Coll., On Spatial Planning and the Building Code (Building Act), which came into effect on January 1, 2018. Author of this thesis draws in his writing primarily from the available commentary literature, from various judicial decisions of the Czech courts, especially of the Supreme Administrative Court of the Czech Republic and, last but not least, from a number of expert articles. The thesis is internally divided into the introduction, three separate chapters, subchapters and the conclusion. In the introductory chapter, the author defines selected basic terms relevant to planning permission proceedings in order to give the reader the opportunity to better understand the subject matter. The author further compares the differences between conceptual and implementation tools of spatial planning, describes the ways in which buildings are placed in the territory, as well as the different types of planning permits. In the second, core chapter of the thesis, the author offers a detailed analysis of the process leading to the issuance of a planning...
Administrative infractions against public order
Lankašová, Rebecca ; Prášková, Helena (advisor) ; Millerová, Ivana (referee)
This dissertation deals with the topic of minor offences against public order. While working on this dissertation there has been a major change in the law, where the act number 200/1990 Sb. about minor offences was replaced by two new acts. Firstly it was replaced with the law number 250/2016 Sb. about responsibility for minor offences and the legal proceedings (furthermore minor offense law) and secondly with the law number 251/2016 Sb., about selected minor offences. This thesis aims at the area of minor offenses against public order regulated in the act about selected minor offences, it describes individual offenses and analyses whether there has been any change compared to previous regulations. This dissertation consists of seven chapters. In the first chapter I deal with the definition of a minor offence. I describe the individual definition of minor offences and describe its particular features. The second chapter follows the first; I deal with the responsibilities for offences caused by legal entities and business individuals. This modification was not previously included in the offense law, and I would like to describe the individual bases of responsibility for these subjects. The third chapter deals with the definition of public order. Public order belongs to a so called vague legal terms...

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