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Warranty claims from a consumer perspective in the context of sales of goods
Schulhauser, Robert ; Tichý, Luboš (advisor) ; Hendrychová, Michaela (referee)
Warranty claims from a consumer perspective in the context of sales of goods. This thesis addresses the issue of claims under warranty by consumers, which I suppose every one of us has done at least once in our lifetime. This work is divided into four chapters and it aims to describe, in depth, the contemporary legal regulation of the provision § 19 of the Consumer Protection Act in connection with the provisions of the Civil Code, mainly its special provisions on the sale of consumer goods. The first chapter is concerned with the general definition of the regulation impacting this domain. Specifically, it introduces the consumer sales contract, its incorporation within the general regulation of sales contracts and it goes even further in referencing the EU legal regulations affecting consumer rights concerning faulty goods and certain aspects of warranty claims. In the second chapter I define the terms 'consumer', 'trader', 'goods' and 'faulty goods' in connection with the consumer purchase contract and its interpretation within the context of the Consumer Protection Act and the Civil Code. In the third chapter I define the most fundamental term of the thesis - that of a 'claim under warranty'. With respect to this term, I analyze the essentials of claiming under warranty. Specifically, they...
Claim from the incrorect fulfilment of the tour conract
Šuťaková, Veronika ; Tichý, Luboš (advisor) ; Hendrychová, Michaela (referee)
The diploma thesis is focused on the claim from the incorrect fulfilment of the tour contract, which represents a part of the legal regulations of a tour. Considering significant development of travelling, this topic is very actual and issues that arise during implementing the legislation in practice need to be answered. The goal of my thesis is answer questions which are actual and often appearing in practice, but it does not exist clear legal opinion or sufficient resources to answer to these questions. The main resources for the writing of my thesis was the current text of the Civil Code, the Tourism Act, the Consumer Protection Act and Directive 90/314 / EEC, which were compared with the new Directive 2015/2302 and the proposed regulations of the Civil Code. The diploma thesis consists of six chapters, including the introduction and the conclusion. The basic direction of the thesis is presented in the introduction same as questions. The main goal is answer to these questions. The content of the second chapter is the definition of the tour contract through several legal regulations, the definition of contracting parties and the related representation of their rights and obligations. The most fundamental part of this chapter for the diploma thesis is the presentation of the position of the...
Collective protection of rights in civil procedure
Balarin, Jan ; Winterová, Alena (advisor) ; Macek, Jiří (referee) ; Tichý, Luboš (referee)
The subject of the present thesis is the collective protection of private rights as a specific procedural appearance. In the first place, we put forth the philosophy of collective judicial procedure. We contend that the system of enforcement of private rights utilizes the principles of spontaneous order, i.e. it builds on the finding that persons follow self-interests and, thus, exercise their rights. In contemporary society legal relations disintegrate into series of acts of low face value. As a consequence, a great part of rights lack corresponding (sufficiently intensive) individual interest and their procedural redress inevitably fails. Collective procedure pushes for relief through consolidation of interests on the principles of collective action. The value of the subject of the proceedings gets increased and economies of scale are achieved. We classify the aggregated interests into parallel individual interests (ad hoc grouped), general interests, which represent new quality on collective level, and public interest as a broadest category of general interest. On the basis of these conclusions, particular collective enforcement schemes are substantiated. We analyze the collective procedure from the perspective of three criteria - the nature of the consolidator of interests (representative...
Design and Implementation of Information System for Project Planning Support in the Company
Tichý, Ľuboš ; Šmigura, Jiří (referee) ; Luhan, Jan (advisor)
This thesis deals with the design and implementation of a web application, which is created for project planning support, building up schedules and human resource management. This is related to a project planning in a specific company, which is dealing with web and marketing solutions. This thesis describes theoretical bases, analysis of a company, design and implementation of the web application, its evaluation and propositions, what includes expansion of functionality of existing information system of the company.
Defects of tours in Czech and European law
Šíp, Martin ; Tichý, Luboš (advisor) ; Frinta, Ondřej (referee)
DEFECTS OF TOURS IN CZECH AND EUROPEAN LAW Mgr. Martin Šíp Praha 2016 RESUME This thesis aims to describe the legal regulations applicable to defects of tours as enshrined in the Civil Code of 2012. Based on the analysis of various defects of tours, I have come to the concept of defects of tours in the Czech law and have assessed whether the defects of tours allows liberation reasons or not. When dealing with the issue chosen, I analysed the sources of inspiration for the interpretation and inference of legal concepts of the current legislation applicable to defects of tours, which present interpretive guidance for the interpretation and understanding of the defects of tours. First, I analysed the regulation of the consequences of a breach of contract as contained in the Package Tour Directive, which is a model for defects of tours in the Czech law and which regulates the reasons for liberation from the responsibility of a tour organiser for any breach of contract. Within the Czech legal order, I examined the relationship between the defects of tours and compensation for damage incurred as a result of any breach of a tour contract. I also considered the possibility of applicability of the general regulation of defective performance to defects of tours. Finally, I tried to define the defects of tours in...
Consumer protection law in the ongoing European internal energy market by the example of the Electricity Directive 2009/72/EC
Ziegler, Friedrich ; Tichý, Luboš (advisor) ; Bejček, Josef (referee) ; Macková, Alena (referee)
The thesis deals with the question about necessary conditions to achieve the objective of a high level of consumer protection in the context of the ongoing internal electricity market taking into account the grid-bound electricity supply, which is characterized by the natural monopoly of regulated networks as well as by competition for the homogeneous product electricity. It evaluates the relationship between effective competition and energy sector-specific consumer protection taking into account the energy-specific regulatory law and examines in detail the regulations of the Directive 2009/72/EC concerning consumer protection under the perspective of enabling the responsible and informed consumer to operate as a self-determined market participant and so shape the market actively towards its completion. After art. 114 TFEU as the existing central norm concerning the alignment of the internal energy market is distinguished from other possible competence rules like the new energy sector-specific competence title of art. 194 TFEU the requirements developed by the ECJ case law concerning art. 114 TFEU from the point of view of the energy sector-specific consumer protection are presented. The thesis clarifies both to what extent in Directive 2009/72/EC codified consumer rights are suitable to achieve...
The right of free movement and residence of third country national family members of the European Union citizens - Free movement of persons
Lejnar, Oldrich ; Tichý, Luboš (advisor) ; Král, Richard (referee)
The right of free movement and residence of third country national family members of the European Union citizens - Free movement of persons - Abstract This dissertation is focused on the acquisition of the immigration status by the third country nationals on the basis of their family relationship with the EU citizens under the Directive 2004/38/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on the right of citizens of the Union and their family members to move and reside freely within the territory of the Member States. The particular attention is paid mainly on the acquisition of this immigration status by these family members, who are registered partners or cohabiters of the EU citizens in these Member States that do not recognize the registered partnership in their domestic laws. The difference in attitude of the Member States to the registered partnership is illustrated on the example of the implementation of this Directive into the domestic law of the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Trade licence and requirements for undertaking business as a sole trade
Tichý, Luboš ; Staša, Josef (advisor) ; Handrlica, Jakub (referee)
The topic of this thesis is "Trade license and the requirements for undertaking business as sole trader". Its aim is to analyze the current legal regulations with regard to the historical development and judgments, to evaluate it, to highlight its deficiencies and to deal with possible solutions. I have chosen this particular topic because it's a very relevant topic, one which is constantly developing and as such offers enough food for thought. It also plays an important role in the life of society and in the life of an individual. The thesis is composed of four chapters. Chapter One, subdivided into five parts, summarizes the historical development of the trade law with focus on the main law in this area which was issued in 1859 and became the fundamental document in the subsequent period and influenced current legal regulations too. Chapter Two is divided into four parts. Part One defines the trade license, while Part Two briefly describes its classification. Part Three concentrates on subjects of trade license, including conditions for foreign persons. Finally Part Four deals with the responsible representative. In Chapter Three I focus on the requirements for undertaking business as sole trader. It's consisted of three parts, one about general requirements, one about specific requirements and...
Judge-made Law. Comparison between the Court of Justice of the European Union and the Supreme Court of the United States
Dumbrovský, Tomáš ; Tichý, Luboš (advisor) ; Holländer, Pavol (referee) ; Zemánek, Jiří (referee)
JUDGE-MADE LAW COMPARISON BETWEEN THE COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES Keywords: judge-made law; the European Union; the Court of Justice of the European Union; the Supreme Court of the United States; judicialization of governance; Kelsenian court; European constitutional space; European constitution; normativity; constitutional pluralism; sovereignty; federalism; post-communist states; new Member States of the European Union. Standard page (that is 1800 characters per page) and word count (including footnotes; without the contents, bibliography and annexes): 327 standard pages; 82 795 words. The Ph.D. thesis offers a complex reconceptualization of the constitutional system in the European Union. The constitutional systems of the Member States have been substantially transformed during the 20th century. Meanwhile a new constitutional system functioning in the Member States alongside their own systems has emerged - the constitutional system of the European Union. These two fundamental changes are difficult to grasp through an existing theoretical framework. That is because the framework is based on a set of outdated concepts: (i) Rousseau's concept of volonté générale that forms the basis of the parliamentary supremacy in a constitutional system; (ii)...
The leniency programme in European and Czech cartel law
Tučková, Zuzana ; Svoboda, Pavel (advisor) ; Tichý, Luboš (referee)
Resumé The aim of this master thesis is to introduce the concept of the leniency programme and to describe its development and current legal regulation in the European Union and the Czech Republic, to evaluate its rules, its effectiveness and morality. The thesis also explores the relationship between leniency programme and other instruments in antitrust law enforcement. The first chapter defines what a leniency programme is and describes its evolution in the USA and the EU. Leniency programme lies in granting full or partial immunity from sanction to the member of a cartel that reports the existence of this cartel to the antitrust authority. Next it describes the key features of an effective leniency programme. It means severe sanctions for competition infringement, fear of detection and transparency of the programme. Next chapter deals with the development of leniency programme in the EU. It points out the differences between European Commission notification issued in the years 1996, 2002 and 2006 and it describes how the programme works nowadays. It also focuses on the cases in which the Commission used the leniency programme. This chapter entails also the issue of European Competition Network and it Model Leniency Programme. Chapter Four deals with the leniency programme in the Czech Republic,...

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