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Application of claims in insolvency proceeding
The aim of the thesis is to analyse the process of debt collection in insolvency proceed-ings, to define the rights and obligations of all parties to the proceedings and to apply in practice. The whole thesis is divided into two parts. The first part deals with the issue of claims enforcement from the theoretical point of view. There is defined the insolvency pro-ceedings and the ways of it is solution, the typology of claims, review and subsequent satisfaction of claims. The conclusion of the theoretical part of the thesis is a brief com-parison of insolvency proceedings in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The second part of the thesis builds on the previous theoretical knowledge and analyses the process of asserting claims in a real Czech company. The subject of the research is to analyse the methodological processes of the company in the event that the client en-ters into insolvency proceedings. The practical part of the thesis also includes the appli-cation of the claim according to the methodological procedures of the company. Based on the information obtained through application practice in a particular company, the thesis concludes with de lege ferenda proposals with regard to current sources of law.
Disabled People Employing
The thesis is described the current issues of disabled people being employing in an area of small and central commerce in České Budějovice since 2014. The theoretical part contains general knowledge about operations in the labour market, definition of small and central commerce and disabled people. The practical part shows the result of the analysis regarding the disabled people while employed in an area of small and central commerce in České Budějovice since 2014.

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