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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....
Codetermination and its regulation in Czech legal order
Gabrhelová, Petra ; Eichlerová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Tomášek, Petr (referee)
Codetermination and its regulation in Czech legal order Abstract This thesis deals with codetermination and its regulation in the Czech legal system. The main goal of this thesis is to discover whether the current valid regulation enables companies to really utilise the benefits of codetermination, and alternatively under what circumstances it would. The thesis firstly analyses the advantages and disadvantages of codetermination. This analysis aims to determine the main purpose and function of codetermination, which is according to the author mainly improvement of communication and cooperation of the employees and the board, alternatively the management. The thesis focuses mainly on three fundamental aspects of codetermination, them being the position of employees in the supervisory board, the appointment of employees in the supervisory board and sub- sequently the termination of the function in the supervisory board. The thesis takes into account both companies' and employees' point of view. Czech regulation does not take into account the special position of the employees in the supervisory board, whereby there's often a conflict of interests. The chapters regarding the appointment and termina- tion of the function point out that it is possible for the company to influence the members of the supervisory...
Business of foreign persons via a branch of a business
Ulip, Tomáš ; Josková, Lucie (advisor) ; Eichlerová, Kateřina (referee)
Business of foreign persons through a registered branch Abstract The thesis presents a description and analysis of legal aspects related to the issue of business of foreign persons through a registered branch and identifies related problems, either those purely at the level of legal theory or those that occur in practice. The knowledge gained through the description and analysis is then used to make a comparison between the business of a foreign person through a registered branch and the business of a foreign person through an ownership interest in a limited liability company. In the first part of the thesis, the definition of basic terms is first performed, especially of the term foreign person. Furthermore, this part of the thesis describes a valid legal regulation of conditions of business of foreign persons in the Czech Republic according to public law regulations, with a focus on foreign legal persons. In the last chapter of the first part of the thesis selected ways of doing business of foreign persons in the Czech Republic are presented, especially with the aim of introducing these ways of doing business as alternatives to doing business through a registered branch. The second part of the thesis deals with the institute of the registered branch and does so with the aim of defining its essential...
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...
"Simultaneous performance of function of statutory body of capital company and employment relationship"
Hadrbolcová, Martina ; Patěk, Daniel (advisor) ; Eichlerová, Kateřina (referee)
6 Simultaneous performance of function of statutory body of capital company and employment relationship Abstract The topic of this rigorosum thesis is the issue of prohibiting performance of a function of the statutory body of a capital company while simultaneously having an employment relationship with that same company, which was inferred by judicature in the early 90s of the last century. However, despite this prohibition, the simultaneous performance of function of the statutory body and employment relationship is common practice in the Czech Republic. In fact, it provides this statutory body or its member a protection, which otherwise belongs by law only to employees. However, as a follow-up to the current Supreme Court decisions, there have appeared some opinions that judicature has finally resolved this issue of simultaneous performance. So, the aim of this rigorosum thesis is to appraise whether we can consider this issue as resolved or not and what new practical problems this new Supreme Court's interpretation causes. This rigorosum thesis is divided into eight main chapters. The first one and second ones are dedicated to the theoretical basis and basic characteristics of the dependent work and the performance of a function of the statutory body. The third chapter is dedicated to comparison of...
Energy Law of the Czech republic
Blahoudková, Gabriela ; Handrlica, Jakub (advisor) ; Eichlerová, Kateřina (referee)
Energy law of the Czech Republic Abstract The diploma thesis is devoted to the Energy law of the Czech Republic and its main purpose is to analyse the regulation of enterprise in the energy sectors under public law. The thesis concentrates mostly on the regulation under the Energy act, but it also reflects relevant regulation contained in other statutes, regulations, European Union legislation or international agreements. The thesis also reflects the consequences of the stated regulation for the enterprises performing business activities in the energy sector. For this purpose, the thesis distinguishes between various entities operating on the market with (i) electricity, (ii) gas and (iii) heating. Besides it also defines what preconditions individual subjects must meet to perform the activities in energy sector and what obligations the energy law imposes on them. In this context the thesis concentrates on the instruments of legal regulation used in this field, especially the licence, the certificate of independence and the state authorization for the construction of the power stations or some gas facilities. Moreover, the thesis compares stated legal tools with legal tools used abroad; in particular with legal tools used in the Slovak Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany that were chosen because of...
Duty of care, skill and dilligence in Czech court case law
Klusáková, Barbora ; Eichlerová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Patěk, Daniel (referee)
The purpose of the diploma thesis "Duty of care, skill and dilligence in Czech court case law" is to analyze the approach of Czech courts case law to the selected issues related to the duty of care, skill and dilligence and to evaluate it with regard to the interpretation of legal regulation, doctrinal interpretation, theoretical and historical knowledge. The thesis consists of two main chapters which deals with research of two actual questions selected to the purpose of the thesis. The first chapter deals with the question whether the duty of care, skill and dilligence can be considered as an objective or subjective standard, i.e. according to which standard should the actions of persons who are obliged to act with the duty of care should be measured. Based on the performed analysis, the author's own opinion on the issue is expressed and subsequently the approach of the Supreme Court of the Czech Republic in its individual decisions is evaluated. The concept of care as a subjective sharpening of the objective standard is critically evaluated. The second chapter is devoted to the issue of the nature of the duty of care, specifically the question of whether it can be considered lawful or contractual with regard to changes in the law of liability after the recodification of civil law. Its solution...
Acquisition of the right of ownership to a share in a limited liability company from a non-entitled person
Treutlerová, Hana ; Eichlerová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Josková, Lucie (referee)
and keywords Acquisition of the right of ownership to a share in a limited liability company from a non-entitled person The subject of this thesis is the analysis of the institute of the acquisition of the right of ownership from a non-entitled person in relation to a share in a limited liability company. The thesis analyzes the various aspects of the acquisition from a non-entitled person in relation to the share in a limited liability company on the basis of a share purchase agreement. With regard to the forms of shares in a limited liability company, which in addition to a business share may also be represented by a common certificate, the institute of acquisition from a non-entitled person is analyzed in relation to both forms of shares. The work is based on the identification following by analysis of the main questions, which lead first to find out whether the provisions on acquisition of share from a non-entitled person can be applied. Conclusions will then be applied to each acquisition method according to the relevant provisions on acquisition from a non-entitled person. The thesis is divided into five chapters. The first chapter is devoted to the legal regulation of the transfer of a share in a limited liability company and provides a basic insight into the regulation of a transfer of a...
Corporate veil and its limits in the Czech Republic
Vorlíček, Antonín ; Eichlerová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Pelikán, Robert (referee)
Corporate veil and its limits in the Czech Republic This thesis deals with the corporate veil of a company and related legal institutes. Moreover, the thesis interprets instruments that can lead to responsibility or liability of shareholders for the company's obligations. The thesis identifies three model situations related to the corporate veil and the question of its possible pierce that are recognized by foreign legal systems. The first chapter of the thesis focuses on the description of basic Czech legal institutes connected to the corporate veil, which are the concept of legal person and its legal personality, classification of legal persons and separate ownership of a company and a shareholder. The end of the first chapter is focused on a description of corporate veil itself and foreign doctrine of piercing the corporate veil. The second chapter of the thesis describes instruments of Czech company and civil law which may result in piercing the corporate veil between the shareholder and the company. Shareholder's statutory liability, cases of business groups (influence, controlling, and concern) and other theoretical institutes that are potentially able to conclude delict liability of a shareholder for obligations of the company: principles of fair act, and prohibition of apparent abuse of a...
Duty of care, skill and dilligence in Czech court case law
Klusáková, Barbora ; Eichlerová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Patěk, Daniel (referee)
1 Abstract The purpose of the diploma thesis "Duty of care, skill and dilligence in Czech court case law" is to analyze the case law of the Czech courts with regard to the legal regulation of the institution "duty of care" and to the opinions of the legal doctrine. The thesis consists of three main chapters. The first chapter deals with the theoretical and historical bases of the care of a proper manager, it encounters especially the issues of corporate governance and the Roman and Czech historical development of the term. The second chapter is focused on the current concept of proper managerial care and its partial aspects. The argumentation of the court with regard to the conclusions of the legal doctrine is analyzed and criticized in more detail. The last chapter presents the institute of the rule of business judgment, corrective standard of care. Its principles and conclusions of the court are examined in more detail. The analysis showed that the case-law conclusions of the Supreme Court of the Czech Republic are applicable even after changes in the legal framework within the recodification of private law, albeit with minor exceptions. In particular, the case law of the Criminal Senate and some of its conclusions are criticized. Nevertheless, it can be summarized that we can rely on the interpretation...

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