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Apartment building
Jílková, Nikola ; Vaněk, Vojtěch (referee) ; Utíkalová, Ivana (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with processing of documentation at the level of the implementation of a construction of an apartment building, which is located in Polička, in the district of Svitavy. The building is situated on a flat parcel in the housing estate Hegerova. The apartment building has a partial basement with four floors. There are 14 dwelling units in the building. On the first floor, there is one accessible flat with entrance from a separate garage stand with a layout of 2+kitchenette, one flat with a layout of 3+kitchenette, common areas of the house, such as a bicycle room and cleaning room. On the second floor, there are two flats with a layout of 2+kitchenette with balcony and two flats with a layout of 1+kitchenette designed. There is the same housing layout on the third and fourth floor. There are cubicles for each flat, utility room and common carriage house in the partial basement. Parking for residents is designed to be on the parcel in front of the building. The building is designed in a two-way masonry construction system. There is a communication space that includes stairs and an elevator located in the middle of the building. Basement perimeter walls are made of waterproof concrete and the rest is lined with ceramic blocks. The part of the building with the basement underneath is based on a so-called „water tank“. Non-basement part is based on a strip foundation and finished with a flat green roof. Ceilings and staircase are made of cast-in-place reinforced concrete. The building is insulated with a contact thermal insulation system ETICS.
The Power to Moderate in the Czech Administrative Justice
Jílková, Nikola ; Staša, Josef (referee)
The subject of my qualification thesis is based on the institute of moderation right of courts, with its application areas including, apart from other branches of private law (such as civil justice) and public law (such as criminal justice), the area of administrative justice. The qualification thesis consists of eight parts. Part one defines general principles of the mentioned moderation right of courts, with a focus on the right of access to court in administrative justice, and on Article 6 of the Convention on the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms as the theoretical basis of moderation right of courts. The first part continues with a consideration of the scope and limits of court powers when they review decisions on administrative penalties and the very essentials of the requirement for proportionality of administrative penalty. Part two begins with an analysis of the moderation notion and goes on to explain the purpose proper and the system of the moderation right of courts in administrative justice, with a consideration on how this purpose is seen by administrative courts themselves. Part three describes the individual legislatively defined conditions under which the moderation right may be applied by administrative courts, including a critical analysis of these conditions....

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