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Monistic structure of joint-stock company
Langerová, Lucie ; Čech, Petr (referee)
Monistic structure of joint-stock company This thesis is concerned with monistic structure of joint-stock company in the Czech Republic. It seeks to characterize the legislation relating to this legal institute, which is quite new in the Czech legal system. To be able to evaluate this legislation, the thesis provides the reader with a broader range of information concerning this topic. Therefore, on the basis of these pieces of information, the thesis analyzes the Czech legislation in force that regulates monistic structure of companies. The aim of the text is to provide different views on this issue, various interpretations and proposals on the future development of this legislation. First the thesis gives general information on corporate governance systems, i. e. a monistic structure and a dualistic one, which are subsequently compared. Remaining part of the thesis deals with the structure chosen as a topic for this text. Second part is concerned with regulations of monistic structure in foreign countries and their legal systems. The purpose is to outline basic aspects of traditional monistic structures - monistic structures in countries that have influenced the form of this type of corporate governance system the most. As the monistic system of corporate governance is spread out especially in the...
The Proposal of Small Business Development Strategy for a Family Winery in Moravia Region
Balga, Jiří ; Čech, Petr (referee) ; Bumberová, Veronika (advisor)
The diploma thesis is focused on the proposal of strategic development of the small family winery Stavek located in South Moravia. The theoretical part defines the fundamentals necessary for better understanding the issues of the development and growth of the company. The current situation of the company is evaluated in the analytical part by using selected analytical methods. This evaluation will serve as a basis for deciding on the next strategic directions. The most suitable development strategy is specified in the design part of this thesis and includes schedule of changes for the near future.
Classes of Shares in Limited Liability Companies
Lála, Daniel ; Čech, Petr (referee)
1 Název, abstrakt a klíčová slova v anglickém jazyce Classes of Shares in Limited Liability Companies Abstract The Business Corporations Act has brought a number of innovations to Czech company law and has also opened up questions that almost no-one raised while the previous legal regulation was effective. Although many institutes already existed under the Civil Code of 1964 and the Commercial Code, the practice did not use the possibilities provided by the old regulation. Indeed, even the legal doctrine did not address many issues. One of these institutes is the institute of classes of shares. The dissertation is devoted to the creation of different classes of shares. The main research methods used when drafting this dissertation were selective literature research and analytical method, including comparative analysis. The method of abstraction and synthesis of acquired pieces of knowledge was used for generalizing the conclusions of the research goal. As regards the interpretation methods, a grammatical, logical, systematic, historical, teleological and comparative interpretation was used. Especially German, but also Austrian and Swiss laws were taken into account in the comparison and Anglo-American law in the passage concerning preference shares. The main research goal of the thesis was to analyse the...
Specificity of joint stock companies with state property interest
Janků, Jan ; Eichlerová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Čech, Petr (referee)
Specificity of joint stock companies with state property interest Abstract This diploma thesis focuses on state-owned stock companies. This thesis aims to focus purely on stock companies with only short introductions to other forms of state ownership of corporations. The goal is to identify state as a legal entity and also as a shareholder. The other goals are an analysis of obligation to provide information and lastly a brief analysis of some other specifics when it comes to state-owned stock companies. The first part dealing with the identification of the state aims to sufficiently isolate stock companies from other possible state-owned corporations, while interpreting the relevant legal provisions combined with relevant court decisions. The second part focuses in detail on the obligation to provide information of state- owned stock companies. The goal is to analyze the relevant decisions of the Czech Constitutional Court in relation to the Act on freedom of information. Other chapters of this part focus on obligation to provide information in relation to Act on public procurement and to Act on the contract register . This second part heavily relies on judicial practice of both national and EU institutions. The third part deals with certain other specifics, which relate to state-owned stock companies....
Substantive consequences of insolveny of an obligor for his business partners
Volín, Jan ; Eichlerová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Čech, Petr (referee)
Substantive consequences of insolvency of an obligor for his business partners Abstract This thesis has a goal to describe substantive consequences of insolvency or bankruptcy of an obligor for his business partners. This goal is achieved by a comparison of norms influencing the insolvency proceedings arising from the Act no. 182/2006 Coll., about bankruptcy and methods of its solution (Insolvency Act), with the general norms of obligation law, while using academic literature, case law and legislation. The thesis describes especially single consequences which arise directly from the Insolvency Act and the purpose of these consequences. Additionally, possibilities for the business partners are included regarding avoidance of some of the consequences that might negatively affect them. Particularly, the thesis focuses on existence, extinguishment and enforceability of receivables of obligor's business partners. The text is divided into three chapters. The first chapter describes basic principles of the insolvency proceedings, which helps to understand the meaning and the purpose of the legislation pertinent to the insolvency proceedings. These principles are also interpretation rules for the Insolvency Act. Furthermore, individual phases of the insolvency proceedings are described in the first chapter of the...
Classes of Shares in Limited Liability Companies
Lála, Daniel ; Čech, Petr (referee)
1 Název, abstrakt a klíčová slova v anglickém jazyce Classes of Shares in Limited Liability Companies Abstract The Business Corporations Act has brought a number of innovations to Czech company law and has also opened up questions that almost no-one raised while the previous legal regulation was effective. Although many institutes already existed under the Civil Code of 1964 and the Commercial Code, the practice did not use the possibilities provided by the old regulation. Indeed, even the legal doctrine did not address many issues. One of these institutes is the institute of classes of shares. The dissertation is devoted to the creation of different classes of shares. The main research methods used when drafting this dissertation were selective literature research and analytical method, including comparative analysis. The method of abstraction and synthesis of acquired pieces of knowledge was used for generalizing the conclusions of the research goal. As regards the interpretation methods, a grammatical, logical, systematic, historical, teleological and comparative interpretation was used. Especially German, but also Austrian and Swiss laws were taken into account in the comparison and Anglo-American law in the passage concerning preference shares. The main research goal of the thesis was to analyse the...
Bank account
Mezenský, Adam ; Liška, Petr (advisor) ; Čech, Petr (referee)
Bank Account Abstract The thesis deals with the payment account agreement from the European and Czech national legislation point of view focusing on specific issues resulting from European directive 2014/92/EU (a. k. a. PAD) and the implementation of those institutes in the Czech Legislative Act No. 370/2017 Sb. The thesis is divided into two parts, whereas the first part includes theoretical introduction to the subject of the payment account agreement while the second part deals with particular four selected issues related to the payment account agreement resulting from PAD. In the first chapter of the first part the historical background of the concept of bank account or precisely payment account existence is outlined together with theoretical conclusions of different approaches towards this concept in current legal environment. Second and third chapter provide overview of relevant legislation passed on Czech national and European Union level. Effective and enforceable regulations alongside with some of the ineffective ones that are or have been substantially significant for formation relationships between bank account users and payment services providers providing bank accounts to users are part of the provided overview. The second part is divided into four chapters, each of them analysing one of the...
Development of the real estate market in Brno and its surroundings
Oblouková, Aneta ; Čech, Petr (referee) ; Vítková, Eva (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the development of the real estate market in selected urban areas of Brno and its surroundings. First of all, it defines the basic terms and definitions that relate to the real estate market and real estate valuation. The development of factors that affect the real estate market is examined. In the next part there is an analysis of the development of realized purchase prices of flats in Brno and also a thorough analysis of the development of average offer prices of flats in Brno and in the cities of Rousínov, Šlapanice and Slavkov u Brna to compare price differences. To compare prices, three basic criteria are set, on which the development is noticeable. The last part of the work presents a comparison and evaluation of realized purchase prices and offer prices of apartments according to selected criteria in selected city districts of Brno in the years 2018-2020.
Causal objections to a bill of exchange and a promissory note, their types and proceedings related to them
Vacek, Lukáš ; Patěk, Daniel (advisor) ; Čech, Petr (referee)
and keywords Causal objections to a bill of exchange and a promissory note, their types and proceedings related to them The subject of this thesis are causal objections to bill of exchange and promissory note, their types and proceedings related to them. The aim of the thesis is to provide a comprehensive overview of causal objections as a defense against produced bill of exchange (promissory note) based on an analysis of prosessional literature on the topic and the relevant case law. Thus, the thesis deals both with causal objections as substantive law institute and their practical application through procedural law institute of objections against bill of exchange (promissory note) payment order. The thesis consists of the preface, three chaptes and the conclusion. The first chapter deals with basic aspects of the term of "bill of exchange" (or the "promissory note"). The chapter is devided into four subchapters. The first subchapter analyses different definitions of the bill of exchange (promissory note) as they can be found in the professional literature and the case law and these definitons are compared to one another. The second subchapter deals with typical signs of bills of exchange (promissory notes) as a security. The essentials of such a security are described in the third subchapter. The...
New legal regulation of covered bonds: Have we reached the European standard?
Jonášová, Denisa ; Čech, Petr (advisor) ; Liška, Petr (referee)
New legal regulation of covered bonds: Have we reached the European standard? Abstract The subject matter of this thesis is regulation of covered bonds, as a newly introduced category of debt securities in Czech law. The thesis aims to analyse selected aspects of the new regulatory regime through its fundamentals, as well as shortcomings and imperfections of the previous regulatory regime. In order to answer the question of what the European standard is and whether it can be unequivocally determined on the basis of analysis of the relevant European legislation, it also describes basic features of the European regulation. Besides the European Union's point of view, the thesis also reflects the way in which is the issue of proper regulation dealt with at the national level. The thesis is divided into four main parts. The first part defines the term covered bond and provides with a broader context of securities law, including the history of covered bonds. The thesis further identifies the main differences between covered bonds and other debt securities that are closely similar to covered bonds (i.e. secured notes, asset-backed securities and unsecured senior notes). The second part focuses on the European approach towards regulation and further determines four main features of the regulation of covered bonds....

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