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Payment of health services otherwise not covered by health insurance
Slezáková, Alžběta ; Šustek, Petr (advisor) ; Šolc, Martin (referee)
Payment of health services otherwise not covered by health insurance The rigorous work focuses on the institution of extraordinary reimbursement for health services not typically covered by health insurance, as outlined in § 16 of the Public Health Insurance Act. This study not only situates this institution within the broader public health insurance system but also provides a detailed analysis of the substantive and procedural conditions for reimbursing such health services. Additionally, it examines relevant jurisprudence and the historical evolution leading to the current legal framework. The first chapter introduces the public health insurance system in the Czech Republic, outlining its foundational principles and legal framework. It also addresses the scope of the insured's right to reimbursement for health services under public health insurance, and discusses issues related to such reimbursements, thereby situating the institution of extraordinary reimbursement within the broader domestic health care reimbursement system. The second chapter provides a detailed analysis of the substantive legal conditions for reimbursing health services that are otherwise not covered by health insurance. It examines the concept of non-reimbursed health services, the necessity of these services based on the...
Non-Pecuniary Damages in Czech and German Law
Zikmundová, Klára ; Frinta, Ondřej (advisor) ; Šustek, Petr (referee) ; Doležal, Tomáš (referee)
Non-Pecuniary Damages in Czech and German Law - Abstract The thesis at hand deals with non-pecuniary loss and monetary satisfaction in Czech and German law. It focuses on the concepts of non-pecuniary loss, mental distress, pain, impairment of social life and other non-pecuniary harm. In German law, attention is paid in particular to the concepts of Schmerzensgeld, Hinterbliebenengeld and Schockschaden. The main part of the thesis concerns the analysis of the method of determining the adequate amount of just satisfaction in statutory and case law of the Czech Republic and Germany. It focuses on infringement of personal rights as well as other infringements that constitute right to just satisfaction according to the Czech Civil Code. Author analyses the method of determining the adequate amount of just satisfaction in the events of the bodily harm, secondary victims' loss under Sections 2959 and 2971 of the Czech Civil Code, non-pecuniary damage caused by violation of the rights to dignity, freedom, reputation and privacy, pretium affectionis and ruined holidays. The outcome is a summary of the decision criteria and amounts awarded by courts. The scope of the thesis goes beyond personal injury. It encompasses answers to questions such as whether a legal entity can suffer non-pecuniary damage, what nature of...
Legal position of a child and registered partners within the framework of foster care
Prchalová, Karolína ; Hendrychová, Michaela (advisor) ; Šustek, Petr (referee)
Legal position of a child and registered partners within the framework of foster care Abstract The aim of this diploma theses is to analyse the legal position of a child and registered partners within the framework of foster care and to reply to the question whether the current legal regulation of foster care ought to be altered in favour of registered partners. The first chapter of the theses provides with the explanation of terms family and parenthood and closely deals with legal duties and rights of parents and children. It defines the constitutionally guaranteed right to family life of a child and registered partners and development of judicature concerning this issue. And this chapter also defines the crucial term of the best interests of the child. The second chapter focuses on the legal institute of registered partnership. It deals with the legal regulation and its development, the development of the legal regulation in the European countries, especially in Germany. This chapter also analyses the issue of discrimination and unequal legal position of registered partners compared to spouses. Subsequently both institutes, registered partnership and matrimony, was compared. The third chapter is fundamental. It focuses on particular forms of foster care with respect to the purpose of the legal regulation....
Determining paternity in Czech and French law
Hlavinková, Barbora ; Hendrychová, Michaela (advisor) ; Šustek, Petr (referee)
Determining paternity in Czech and French law The main subject of the thesis are the determination of paternity and the denial of paternity in Czech and French legal systems. The aim of the work is to compare individual aspects of establishing paternity in both legal systems, to present the basic concept and specifics of the legal regulations foreseen by law, to point out possible gaps in the given legislation and to examine selected factual situations and problems related to this issue. The thesis is systematically divided into four chapters. The first chapter deals with the historical development of the legal rules of both legal systems, from the times of Roman law to the present. The development of methods used to determine paternity is also outlined here. The second chapter focuses on the issue of determining paternity, which is based on a system of legal presumptions. In addition to introducing individual legal presumptions and their regulation in Czech and French legal system, this chapter focuses on the differences between the Czech and French legal systems and points to specific factual situations that are insufficiently regulated in the given legal system, or not regulated at all. The aim of the third chapter is to systematically present the issue of denial of paternity in both legal...
Pure Economic Loss
Tůma, Martin ; Elischer, David (advisor) ; Šustek, Petr (referee) ; Psutka, Jindřich (referee)
Pure Economic Loss Abstract The presented work deals with the issue of compensation for pure economic loss, which was introduced into the Czech legal system by Act No. 89/2012 Coll., Civil Code. In the previous version of civil law, compensation for pure economic loss was not limited at all. However, the legislator has newly taken over the regulation of liability from the German BGB, which significantly narrows the liability for pure economic loss. The aim of the author was therefore to evaluate the compatibility of this approach with the basis of the responsibility system of Czech civil law. The author first focuses on explaining the concept of pure economic loss and some related terms and subsequently presents an analysis of the theoretical concept of the function of private liability and a presentation of the key functions of liability law. This introductory part is followed by a comparative analysis of foreign legal regulations in relation to liability for pure economic loss, which, in addition to the necessary analysis of the relevant provisions of the German BGB, focuses on the analysis of jurisprudence across selected legal systems. In the chapters following this comparison, the author analytically evaluates the knowledge gained, especially in relation to the generally prevailing restrictive approach...
Influence of Cyclone process parameters on the quality of ceramic shells
Lederer, Vojtěch ; Šustek, Petr (referee) ; Krutiš, Vladimír (advisor)
Diploma thesis contains introduction into shell drying, its monitoring and influence on shell properties. The thesis works with the Cyclone machine described further. The shell drying process in the machine and experiments are carried out broadening understanding of functions and parameters of rapid drying process. Experiments comparing courses of drying under respective settings of Cyclone and under common drying in air-conditioned room are carried out. Also mechanical properties of commonly dried shells and shells made by the Cyclone machines are compared. The positive effect of the machine on the ultimate strenght of dried shells and positive effect on the drying speed has been confirmed.
Design of a suitable shape of test bars used for HCF (high cycle fatigue) and LCF (low cycle fatigue) and elimination of internal defects for reduction of their influence
Hemala, Robert ; Šustek, Petr (referee) ; Ňuksa, Petr (advisor)
The topic of this thesis is the formation of microporosity in cast test bars of nickel-base superalloy Inconel 713LC during solidification. The theoretical part consists of nickel alloys, their macrostructure, the method of casting and crystallization of nickel-based superalloys. The second part is devoted to the design of casting conditions, the production of shell molds, the size and shape of grains, evaluation of microporosity by various available methods, comparing the influence of grain size and the proportion of microporosity on the resulting values of the mechanical tests. Experiments were carried out in cooperation with PBS Velká Bíteš and ÚST foundry department.
Prevention in the Civil Code
Prokeš, Martin ; Šustek, Petr (advisor) ; Hendrychová, Michaela (referee)
Prevention in the Civil Code The topic of my thesis is prevention in the Civil Code. This thesis examines the definition of the concept of prevention within the Civil Code as a key aspect in the provision of general rules of mutual coexistence in our main legal code. Prevention is not only understood here as an effort to prevent illegal actions, but is extended to a broader concept of preventing damage or injury to the health and life of individuals in society, when its essence goes beyond the concept of law. The work reflects the development of the concept of prevention and its anchoring in the Civil Code, with an emphasis on various historical concepts and the development of legal regulations. The first chapter of the thesis analyzes various concepts of prevention mainly in a general sense, focusing on its importance in various fields, including medicine, social sciences and criminology. The content of other types of prevention such as primary and secondary or general and specific is also defined here. The second chapter is devoted to a brief summary of the development of the Civil Code as a legal code, with an emphasis on its development in Roman society, the Middle Ages and modern times. This part of the work also traces the transformation of the prevention institute itself in these individual...
Security interest and related institutions in comparison with Spanish legislation
Haushalterová, Andrea ; Šustek, Petr (advisor) ; Zvára, Michael (referee)
Security interest and related institutions in comparison with Spanish legislation Abstract The aim of the author of this rigorous thesis was to compare Czech legislation of security interest and institutions related to security interest with Spanish legislation. In the first part of the thesis, the author outlined general and elementary aspects of security interest in the Czech Republic and Spain and then focused on the comparison of these aspects in the context of the historical development of security interest. Following this historical excursus through the regulation of security interest, the author addressed various aspects of security interest, related prohibitions that can be established and functioning of the relevant registers in which security interest can be registered. Emphasis was placed on comparison of the regulation of those aspects which differ from one legislation to another. The first chapter of the second part of this rigorous thesis was dedicated to the regulation of mortgage, i.e. security interest over immovable property. In this chapter, the author focused on the definition of immovable property under both legal systems, the constitutionality of registration of mortgage in the relevant public registers and the voluntary nature of registration of immovable property in the Real Estate...
Mandatory rules in the Civil Code
Vrbová, Katarína ; Šustek, Petr (advisor) ; Hendrychová, Michaela (referee)
Mandatory rules in the Civil Code Abstract The diploma thesis entitled "Mandatory rules in the Civil Code" is dedicated to the analysis of mandatory rules in Act No. 89/2012 Coll., the Civil Code. The aim of this thesis is the theoretical definition of the concept of mandatory and non- mandatory rules and legal rule itself, which is necessary for framing them within the context; the analysis of the valid legislation in the Civil Code as well as the legislation immediately preceding it and a comparison with the current and past recodification efforts in the Slovak Republic. Therefore, the thesis is systematically divided into three parts. Firstly, the term legal rule is defined in the initial part of the work, the specific features, structure and classification of the legal rules are discussed. Furthermore, it provides a definition of a pair of the terms mandatory and non-mandatory, as it is defined in the Czech Republic, but also abroad as well as a brief historical overview. Finally, the attention is drawn to a specific decision of the Supreme Court of the Czech Republic regarding the nature of the provision regulating the amount of default interests. In the second part of the work, the currently applicable legislation in the Civil Code is discussed. At this point we can find a description of the...

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