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The comparison of Czech and French employment relationship
Nemčoková, Karolína ; Soušková, Milena (advisor) ; Spirit, Michal (referee)
The topic of my master thesis is the comparison of Czech and French employment relationship. The main aim of this work is to compare the Czech and French regulation of individual labour relations, describe the most significant similarities and differences in commencement and termination of employment relationships and propose how selected countries could inspire one another. Firstly, the work briefly describes the historical development of labour law and defines basic concepts of labour law, its functions and legal sources. Secondly, the work has focused on definition of employment relation with emphasis on individual labour relations and legal entities. The thesis analyses mainly two institutes of Czech and French labour law: commencement and termination of an employment relationship. The main part of this work deals with the comparison of selected institutes of the Czech and French Labour Code in order to highlight their most important similarities and differences. The conclusion includes summary and evaluation of the hypothesis set out in the introduction to the thesis.
Terminology of the new Civil Code regarding to property rights and analysis of equivalent expression in French
This bachelor thesis is focused on the introduction of the new Czech terminology of the new Civil Code regarding to the property rights. The main aim of this work is to analyse the selected terminology in the field of the law of property and search for possible legal equivalents in French. The secondary aim is to describe the basics of property rights in the Czech Republic and in France. The work is divided in a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part consists of two chapters. The first one, which was prepared with the expert sources, deals with legal language. It describes its attributes and pays great attention to lexical and syntactic characteristics of Czech and French legal language. The second chapter of the theoretical part focuses on traditional translation methods which are used in the translation of legal texts and on the problems associated with them. The practical part presents, in its first chapter, the new Civil Code and focuses especially on changes in property rights. The last chapter contains an analysis of relevant terms from the area of property rights and search for their equivalents in French legal language. Supplementary to this part is a Czech-French glossary and résumé in French.

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