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The role of decisions of higher courts in the process of unification of case law
Špačková, Eva ; Kühn, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Tryzna, Jan (referee)
83 Klíčová slova kontinentální právo, precedent, judikatura Keywords Civil law, Case law, Judiciary Summary Topic of the thesis Role of Case law in Civil law The purpose of my thesis is to analyze the role of case law in the Czech legal system, which is based, like continental legal systems in common, on the strict division of state's powers whereas there isn't recognized any formally binding force of the judiciary so far. Customarily the sources of law are in civil-law jurisdictions statuses. Distinct to the Common law, the Civil law jurisdictions don't accept a stare decisis principle in their decision making. According to some opinion the decisions in civil law legal system are important only with regard to their persuasive role. But other theorists emphasize the doctrine of jurisprudence constante. In the case, that there are consistent previous decisions, the courts in the civil law legal system shall take this decisions at least into consideration. There is need for emphasizing, that the higher the consistency in the previous decisions, the greater the persuasive force. This thesis is apart from Introduction and Conclusion composed of ten chapters. After the Introduction, which provides short foreword, follows the Chapter One, which deals with the issue, how the role of case law, illustrated on the...
Participatory approaches and urban development: A case study of Amsterdam
Mirmohammad Sadeghi, Fariba ; Kovářová, Linda (advisor) ; Špačková, Eva (referee) ; Klement, Judit (referee)
in English Amsterdam is a unique combination of hydraulic engineering and built environment, urban design and city image, multiculturalism and neoliberalism, toleration and integration, commerce and business, culture and identity, individualism, and public decision-making among European cities. This thesis tries to explore Amsterdam's urban development in the contexts of urban planning, decision making, institutional policies and public participation. Moreover, this research studies the image of Amsterdam as a UNESCO world heritage site, the history of its urban development, its demography and immigrant population, and its municipal structure. The municipality of Amsterdam as the main actor of urban planning and development policies is studied for answering the research question: How does the municipality involve citizens in its urban development projects? To answer this question, of the seven districts of Amsterdam, the youngest district with the highest number of urban renewal projects is chosen: The Nieuw- West district, which is also the greenest and second-largest district of Amsterdam. By using content analysis from the municipality's website project information and Arnstein's ladder of participation in the methodology, the public participation framework and function is studied. The urban...
Industrial heritage and urban regeneration: New perspectives for the district of Atlampa in Mexico City
Guzmán Penella, Diego ; Janáč, Jiří (advisor) ; Špačková, Eva (referee) ; Klement, Judit (referee)
Industrial heritage and urban regeneration: New perspectives for the district of Atlampa in Mexico City Abstract in English The relationship between cities and industry has been the subject of research ever since the process of industrialization began in the 18th century. The interest around it has only grown once industry started leaving urban centers in the mid 20th century, forcing cities to evolve to fulfill new functions. This posed a challenge to urban planners and heritage professionals, who had to find solutions together to preserve important industrial sites without restraining the city from evolving. The present thesis explores the different approaches commonly used to address this challenge and analyzes their feasibility for the case of Atlampa, a historical industrial district in Mexico City that has stagnated for decades despite showing great urban potential and heritage value. The core of the thesis is a comparative study of former industrial districts with similar circumstances, which were identified through a diagnosis of Atlampa. The comparison analyzes the urban planning and heritage conservation approaches in each case and determines what could be a feasible and desirable strategy for the urban regeneration of Atlampa. Key words industrial heritage - urban regeneration - urban heritage -...
Twenty-First Century Gated Communities in Istanbul
Uçar, Mehmet Yiğitcan ; Ira, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Špačková, Eva (referee)
in English The idea of gated communities was coined in the USA in 1970s and was a result of the post-modern period and suburbanization. During modernization, cities had gone through social, cultural, political, and economical revisions. Consequently, business and residential areas in the city continued to evolve and create new forms. Following this period gated communities offered new understanding of life, security, relations, and status. Subsequently, the phenomenon has rapidly spread all around the world after the 1980s. Istanbul was introduced to the idea of gated communities in 1980s as a result of globalization by following a new vision of a Global City. Being the historical, cultural, and economic center of Turkey, Istanbul holds a great value in terms of social and economical investments. Following the international neoliberal economic trends, Istanbul has attracted many investors and a large labor force. Consequently, the rising demand of housing and business areas invigorated the real estate market in Istanbul, and gated communities were seen as a modern way of housing. As a result, a variety of gated communities were built in Istanbul to meet this new demand. In this research, the social and cultural reasons for livıng in the gated communities and their impacts towards to its residents...
Change of morphology and function of public spaces. Case study of Latakia since French mandate till 2010
Issa, Yara ; Klusáková, Luďa (advisor) ; Špačková, Eva (referee) ; Nucifora, Melania (referee)
The Change of Morphology and Function of Public Spaces: Case Study of Latakia Since French Mandate till 2010 Yara Issa Abstract: This thesis explores the history and the practice of making use of squares in Syria in 20th century, particularly in the Syrian coastal city: Latakia. The thesis mainly focuses on the period from the beginning of the twentieth century till 2010. The thesis understands squares as a kind of urban public spaces in cities, which have a tradition ever since the Ancient times, and correspond to the Mediterranean concept of the city. It examines their morphological and functional transformation throughout history, analyzes the squares of Latakia and assets them according to special criteria for successful squares which have been articulated by occidental urban planners and architects. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
The role of decisions of higher courts in the process of unification of case law
Špačková, Eva ; Kühn, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Tryzna, Jan (referee)
83 Klíčová slova kontinentální právo, precedent, judikatura Keywords Civil law, Case law, Judiciary Summary Topic of the thesis Role of Case law in Civil law The purpose of my thesis is to analyze the role of case law in the Czech legal system, which is based, like continental legal systems in common, on the strict division of state's powers whereas there isn't recognized any formally binding force of the judiciary so far. Customarily the sources of law are in civil-law jurisdictions statuses. Distinct to the Common law, the Civil law jurisdictions don't accept a stare decisis principle in their decision making. According to some opinion the decisions in civil law legal system are important only with regard to their persuasive role. But other theorists emphasize the doctrine of jurisprudence constante. In the case, that there are consistent previous decisions, the courts in the civil law legal system shall take this decisions at least into consideration. There is need for emphasizing, that the higher the consistency in the previous decisions, the greater the persuasive force. This thesis is apart from Introduction and Conclusion composed of ten chapters. After the Introduction, which provides short foreword, follows the Chapter One, which deals with the issue, how the role of case law, illustrated on the...
The Multipurpose House in České Budějovice
Špačková, Eva ; Pilgr, Milan (referee) ; Šmak, Milan (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is the design and assessment of the supporting structure multifunctional building in the Czech Budejovice . The construction of a sphere with a maximum diameter of 30 m and a height of 19.5 meters the highest point . The supporting structure consists of curved ribs , elevator shaft and ceiling beams . The structure is designed in 4 versions . Two variants are made of steel, the third option is wooden and the latest version solves a combination of wood and steel. In the variant selected is done loading , ultimate limit state, serviceability limit state , fire resistance and compounds selected details.
Forms of caring for the unprovided children
Velková, Soňa ; Kyselka, Mojmír (referee) ; Budkeová, Branislava (referee) ; Špačková, Eva (referee) ; Glosová, Dagmar (advisor)
This paper deals with forms of compensatory care of unprovided children, taking in consideration their specific needs from the architecture-type point of view. The target group is that of big foster families, evaluation of their life requirements and defining their requirements of the living space, preparing the ground for legislative introduction of professional foster care.
The timber log cabin structure of the boarding house in Karlov
Špačková, Eva ; Straka, Bohumil (referee) ; Šmak, Milan (advisor)
The bachelor´s thesis deals with the design and the assessment of the wooden roof structure above the guest house in Karlov pod Pradědem, Jeseniky, at an altitude of 725 metres above sea level. The object has plan of the cross-shaped object about the approximate dimensions 13x20 m. On the first floor is brick. The second floor is made of wooden circular profiles – log cabin. The attic is habitable rooms, and I had to consider in the design of roofing. The roof structure is designed as a pair of intersecting each other pitched roofs. The emphasis is on the use of circular sections, to the roof of the extension on the bottom of the building, which is also from the circular profiles.
The Relation Between Mamma Tumor Size and Remission Length
ŠPAČKOVÁ, Eva
Brest cancer is one of the most frequent malign types of cancer women suffer from. Its occurrence has been rising. It can be found more and more among younger generation and it has thus become a public health problem as well as social, economical and in general a problem for the whole society. In the Czech Republic each year over 5 500 new cases is being diagnosed. 2 000 Czech women die every year of breast cancer. In my dissertation I have analysed a current state of mammal diagnostics and prevention. I have analysed and evaluated data from 238 women, who were diagnosed with breast cancer from 2003 until 2007 at the accredited mammographic department in Havlíčkův Brod at Vrabčí trh. The aim of the dissertation was to find out whether the length of remission depends on the size of tumour when it is diagnosed malign. Even though there was rather small number of women who had tumour of size smaller than 1 cm and it did not influence the length of remission, the illness went forward, the results of my dissertation confirmed my hypothesis {--} the length of remission depends on the size of tumour when it is diagnosed malign. The results of my dissertation will help support mammographic screening in the Czech Republic.

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