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Legal regulation / legal aspects of a limited liability company in the Czech Republic and in the Republic of Poland
Niedoba, Michał ; Horáček, Vít (advisor) ; Čech, Petr (referee)
In this thesis I compare selected aspects of the legislation of limited liability companies, both in Czech and Polish law. This thesis is divided into five chapters. In the first chapter I concisely outline the historical development of the legislation of limited liability companies. I describe its origins and specifics, both in Czechia and Poland. In the second chapter I talk about limited liability companies as a concept of positive law. I have included this chapter in the thesis so I could describe the legal foundations of limited liability companies in both jurisdictions. In this chapter I also aim to concisely describe the basic law provisions, especially regarding the Business Corporations Act and "kodeks spółek handlowych", which are concerned with this company type. I try to find similarities and differences in the understanding of limited liability companies in both jurisdictions. The third chapter concisely summarizes the influence of European legislations on the individual nation legislations of limited liability companies. In this chapter I demonstratively list the directives both Czechia and Poland have implemented into their legislations. In the fourth chapter I describe the identifying attributes of limited liability companies. The chapter begins with business names, which is then...
Legal regulation / legal aspects of a limited liability company in the Czech Republic and in the Republic of Poland
Niedoba, Michał ; Horáček, Vít (advisor) ; Čech, Petr (referee)
I compare regulation of a limited liability company in Czech and Polish law in this thesis. I will briefly outline development of the legislation of a limited liability company. I look at a limited liability company as the concept of positive law. My goal is to define similarities and differences in Czech and Polish law. Furthermore, I describe identification characteristics of a limited liability company. The larger part in this thesis deals with the process of establishing and incorporation of a limited liability company. My intention is to compare Czech and Polish law from the position of a potential founder of a limited liability company. I use Czech and Polish literature, case law, as well as Czech, Polish, European legislation, as sources, in this thesis. My goal is to describe, which law is more suitable for establishing and functioning of a limited liability company.
Sexual crimes - comparison of Czech and Polish legislation
Stec, Adéla ; Jelínek, Jiří (advisor) ; Vokoun, Rudolf (referee)
I compare regulation of sexual crimes in the Czech and Polish law in this thesis. I deal with the term of sexual offenses in the Czech Republic and the concept of crimes against sexual freedom and morality in Poland, in general. I analyze related aspects of Czech and Polish criminal law and mention their thorough comparison. Gradually, I analyze selected sex offenses in both countries - rape, sexual murder, adult prostitution, human trafficking, pornography, child sexual abuse, incest, child prostitution and related crimes. Comparing regulation, I mention a case study based on court decisions and my own experience and finally the relevant statistics from the both countries. Thesis also reflects the theme of castration, surgical castration in particular, which is legal in the Czech Republic, although other countries of European Union do not perform it. Thesis in the conclusion includes my thoughts about the impact of the severity of penalties on sexual crime rate and the possibility of social rehabilitation of sexual deviants. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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