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When the family is not around
Kantor, Táňa ; Suchánek, Radek (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
The aim of this work is to introduce a new concept of children's home which seeks to find a relationship between family environment, specific needs of children or necessary architecture requirements which are important in perceiving the space in which children are.
Provisional Measures in Adversarial Civil Procedure
Vnoučková, Michaela ; Holčapek, Tomáš (advisor) ; Smolík, Petr (referee)
Provisional Measures in Adversarial Civil Procedure Abstract This diploma thesis is concerned with Provisional Measures in Adversarial Civil Procedure, i.e. with the legal regulation of the Provisional Measures imposed in proceedings pursuant to Act No. 99/1963 Coll., The Civil Procedure Code, as amended (hereinafter the "Civil Procedure Code"). The Provisional Measures are a procedural institute designed to deal with situations where there is an urgent need to temporarily adjust the legal relationships of the participants or to ensure the enforcement of decisions. However, imposing a Provisional Measure does not constitute a definitive solution, since the duration of a Provisional Measure is always limited by time and a successful petitioner will usually initiate a procedure regarding the merits of the case, which will then resolve the case definitively. However, the outcome of a Provisional Procedure does not fundamentally affect the following meritorious judicial decision. Since the subject of Provisional Measures in civil procedure has been processed many times by students of various law faculties, this thesis also focuses on two sub-institutes of Provisional Measures in Adversarial Procedure, which are damages and compensation for other harm caused by Provisional Measures and security deposited for the...
Rituals as a way to facilitate change
KOČOVÁ, Michaela
The bachelor´s thesis "Rituals as a way to facilitate change" deals with the importance of rituals in the child´s life. The theoretical part deals with explain the concept of ritual, the importance of rituals during the development periods, it´s aimed at pre-school period. This part also deals with psychological resilience of child, especially feelings of fear, stress and change. The practical part is made by determining what rituals are used in the kindergarten, how it affects children and how children react to them. It is made by observation research method of rituals in the kindergartens.
Wittgenstein's conception of certainty
Enderle, Tomáš ; Sousedík, Prokop (advisor) ; Svoboda, David (referee)
This work tries to analyze the concept of certainty in the Ludwig Wittgenstein's book 'On Certainty' and evaluate whether it corresponds to the criteria expressed by Pope John Paul II in the encyclical letter 'Fides et Ratio'. The first chapter explains the origins of the book and set it within the context of modern concept of certainty and skepticism, with an emphasis on thinking of G.E. Moore, who is main source of inspiration for Wittgenstein. The second chapter deals with the content of the book and tries to answer a series of questions about Wittgenstein's philosophical method. The third chapter first formulates requirements of the former pope on a healthy philosophy from the encyclical letter 'Fides et Ratio' and then try to find out whether these requirements are met or not. Work ends with a description of several elements of the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein, which can serve as inspiration for thinking and reasoning even if we are unable to accept the whole of his system of thought. Keywords Ludwig Wittgenstein, epistemology, Fides et Ratio, certainty
Preliminary measures in civil proceedings
Turková, Lenka ; Pohl, Tomáš (advisor) ; Macková, Alena (referee)
The presented master's thesis on the "Preliminary measures in civil proceedings" deals with the institute of preliminary measure in the civil procedure as a measure, which provisionally ensures the rights of natural or legal persons. The preliminary measure is used in such situations, where there cannot be awaited until the final decision in the case is issued, with regard to the threats to individual rights or with respect to the concern, that the enforcement of the court decision is threatened. The aim of this thesis is to provide the reader with the complex overview of the information about the preliminary measure, both about the so called general preliminary measure governed by the Act No. 99/1963 Coll., Code of Civil Procedure and about the so called special preliminary measures governed by the Act No. 292/2013 Coll., on Special Court Proceedings. The master's thesis is structured into five chapters. The first chapter refers to the historical development of the preliminary measure in our territory and provides general information about this institute and its purpose. The second part is focused on the general preliminary measure's issues. In this chapter, the author describes the procedure on proposal on order of this type of preliminary measure, the duration of preliminary measure and the...
Emergency rulings in civil procedure
Rambousková, Zuzana ; Pohl, Tomáš (advisor) ; Macková, Alena (referee)
Emergency ruling is an often used institute in czech law, which can provide a noticeable protection for who is claiming of his issue. The purpose of emergency ruling is to settle temporarily legal relations or to ensure an enforecement of decisions, if later enforcement of decisions would be undermined. It is a security institute that does not definitely settle right and duties of the parties of an action, determination of rights and obligations is going to be settled only in meritorious proceedings. Emergency rulings are used in such situations that require a prompt and effective solution, whatever area of life it is. Characteristic feature of emergency rulings is an urgency and immediacy, with which court have to decide on proposals. Only in this manner it is possible to protect one's rights effectively. The fact, that the court must decide on quite quickly brings also the risk of incorrect desicions, so it happens to form a damage occasionally. The thesis is composed of three chapters. The first one explains what is nature and purpose of emergency rulings, it's function and also enumerates types of emergency rulings. The second chapter is dealing with general legislation of emergency rulings, as it is set in Civil code procedure. The third chapter is divided into two subchapters, while the first...
Interim Measures regarding Unfair Competition
Duba, Jiří ; Winterová, Alena (advisor) ; Frintová, Dita (referee)
This thesis is concerned with Interim Measures regarding Unfair Competition and is divided into two main areas describing relevant legislation. The first area is conceived as an assessment of procedural law mainly included in Act no. 99/1963 Coll., Civil Procedure Act, as amended (hereinafter referred to as "Civil Procedure Act"), whereas the second area is conceived as an assessment of substantive law represented by Act no. 89/2012 Coll., Civil Code (hereinafter referred to as "Civil Code"), which contains provisions of unfair competition. At the beginning, the general conditions of proceedings are described. The general conditions consist of frequently discussed terms lis pendens and res iudicata. This is followed by specific conditions applicable to interim measures represented among others by the duty of depositing a security which is imposed on petitioners. The following part, which is significant for the scope of this work, places an emphasis on the most important institutes of interim measures. It elaborates on the term to "prove" and "evince" certain facts as an assumption for interim measure issuance, on wording of a claim statement as well as on the material legitimization in the matters of unfair competition. Likewise, types of court decisions, the cancellation and termination of interim...
Preliminary ruling
Tokarský, Vít ; Winterová, Alena (advisor) ; Smolík, Petr (referee)
93 Abstract Preliminary injunction is one of the most important means of protecting the rights of the participants of civil proceedings. The proceedings on the preliminary injunction is easier and faster than the proceedings on the merits, which allows the courts to act without undue delays and to effectively secure either the legal relations of the parties or the risk of loss. The consequence of these facts, however, is a restriction on the application of certain principles of civil procedure, and therefore also of the rights of the parties, especially the defendant. The question is whether this restriction is not unreasonably high and thus whether the current legal regulations meet requirements that are placed on it. The aim of this thesis is to provide a critical look at the regulation of preliminary injunctions, especially on its possibilities and limits, regarding the doctrinal and judicial conclusions. The first part of this thesis deals with the regulation of preliminary injunctions in general. Preliminary injunctions are there defined in terms of their meaning and the purpose, then the author briefly describes the basic principles, the taxonomy and the history of the regulation. The second and the third part focus on the material and formal conditions of the preliminary injunction. In addition to...
Flexicurity model and its implementation in the European labor markets
Bielawski, Jakub ; Kuchař, Pavel (advisor) ; Tuček, Milan (referee)
This diploma thesis considers a model of flexicurity, which currently represents a key strategy of European employment policy. "The Danish miracle", as it is sometimes called, combines two at first sight contradictory trends - the high flexibility of the labor market and adequate security for workers. However, application of the model to the European labor markets seems to be problematic for several reasons. Several potential barriers to the effective implementation of flexicurity are being discussed in the paper. The most serious seems to be the insufficient and ambiguous definition of the model. This means that different actors understand the nature of the model differently and accept it with different expectations. Flexicurity also ignores the heterogeneity of each labor market. The argument that flexicurity represents a win-win situation for all citizens seems untrustworthy and unrealistic. The paper further argues that the model is connected with the place of origin because of the importance of informal institutions such as advanced social dialogue and public-spiritedness. Finally, it is necessary to take into consideration the enormous financial demands of the model due to the emphasis on a generous social system.

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