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The status of the insolvency practitioner within the insolvency proceedings and a supervisory activity of the court
Zezulka, Ondřej ; Winterová, Alena (advisor) ; Smolík, Petr (referee) ; Petrov, Jan (referee)
1 Název disertační práce v anglickém jazyce, abstrakt, klíčová slova The status of the insolvency practitioner within the insolvency proceedings and a supervisory activity of the court Abstract The thesis presents to readers both theoretical and historical background of the insolvency practitioner profession, characteristic attributes of performing function of the insolvency practitioner and a basis of so-called supervisory activity of an insolvency court over various subjects of the insolvency proceedings. The second chapter is dedicated to the central topic of the thesis which resolves the issue of the status and performance features of the insolvency practitioner within the insolvency proceedings. The interpretation exposes an ambivalent theoretical background supporting the profession of insolvency practitioner and fragmentation of opinions held by the professionals as to his genuine position within a judiciary system; these vary from private entrepreneurship towards an entity entrusted with public authority competences close to judicial commissioner. The next chapter comprehensively analyses a position of the insolvency court within the insolvency proceedings. The effort of the author is prevailingly directed to uncover the context between categorical requirements (principles) on conducting insolvency...
Evidence in civil proceedings (selected problems)
Zezulka, Ondřej ; Winterová, Alena (advisor) ; Smolík, Petr (referee)
The object of this master's degree thesis is to present a view of the evidence in civil proceedings. The document concerns the process of evidencing from both theoretical and practical point of view as it provides factual and material information which is crucial for the meritory decision of a court. The thesis is divided into three main chapters. There is also an introductory part situated in the very beginning of the paper which concerns the main reasons why the author chose this particular topic and describes overall importance for society. Furthermore, the thesis is ammended by a conclusion at the end of the paper. It comprises a subjective evaluation of the current legal basis and proposes possibilities of improvement of the Czech Civil Procedure Code. The first chapter focuses on the general description of the process of evidencing. It provides a legal definition of the concept of evidencing in connection with an explanation of other basic terms such as the subject of evidence, principles of evidence, a legal concentration etc. The role of the court, its main tasks and the level of maximum permitted initiative in civil proceedings are also taken into account. The second chapter concentrates on procedural obligations of the parties to litigation. Legislature imposes a certain procedural...

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