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Prosecution of property crimes in Czechoslovakia 1948-1990
Rohr, Karel ; Soukup, Ladislav (advisor) ; Šouša, Jiří (referee) ; Vojáček, Ladislav (referee)
This thesis examines the different criminal law protection of property according to dif- ferent types of ownership in Czechoslovakia between 1948 and 1989. At the same time, the object of interest was also a closer understanding of the judicial practice of punishing attacks against the type of property that enjoyed increased legal protection provided by the means of criminal law at that time. In that period, property in socialist ownership enjoyed greater legal protection than pri- vate and personal property. Private and personal property belonged to specific natural persons, as a rule, it originated mainly from their work activities, or inheritance, donation, etc., and served mostly to satisfy the personal, life and family needs of the owners. Property in socialist ownership was most often the property of state and cooperative organisations (agricultural and manufacturing), nationalised and national enterprises, trade union movements, etc. Virtu- ally all property that served the functioning of industry or was of importance from the point of view of the economy and national economy was socialist property. An important part of the research was a description of the development of the legal framework, which changed over time, most substantially in 1950 and 1961, according to two criminal laws,...
Development of criminal law in the Czech lands in the 18th century
Hübnerová Asadová, Zejneb ; Malý, Karel (advisor) ; Soukup, Ladislav (referee)
Development of criminal law in the Czech lands in the 18th century Resume My thesis deals with the criminal law of the 18th century in our country. The 18 century Enlightenment philosophy and criminal law beccarian revision created significant changes in criminal law. The thesis has six chapters plus an introduction and conclusion. The introduction explains the terminology used and the theoretical and philosophical bases of what the interpretation is based on, for example: the Enlightenment, criminal law, the influence of the Enlightenment on the transformation in the 18th century. Chapter One explains the development of criminal law until the 18th century. Chapter Two is broken down into 4 sections of analysis and then illustrates the applicable codes of the criminal law in the first half of the 18th century. Part One deals with the codification of the city Rights of 1579, designed by Paul Christian of Koldin. Part Two contains a brief description of the criminal law codification of the law of the noble - Renewal of the Earth's establishment in 1627. Part Three deals with the first attempt to unify criminal provisions, but mainly the procedural nature of the Constitutio Criminalis Josephine in 1707. Part Four contains an analysis of Maria Theresa in 1768, which was the culmination of the feudal concept of...
The Trial with K. H. Frank in front of the Extraordinary People's Court
Vozdek, Jakub ; Kuklík, Jan (advisor) ; Soukup, Ladislav (referee)
In my Master's thesis I described in detail the historical process of war criminal Karl Hermann Frank. He was a man who had been influencing the main events in the Czech lands for many years. I divided the thesis in ten chapters. The first chapter is devoted to the personality of K. H. Frank. I tried to briefly describe all the life's milestones of a man justly sentenced to death for his crimes against the Czechoslovak state. In the second and third chapter I focused on two men who played a very important role in the process and extradition of K. H. Frank, Kamill Resler and Bohuslav Ečer. In subsequent chapters I fully dealt with the process itself, from the very start through the daily courses of the trial to the verdict. In conclusion I summarized findings from the process and answer the question about the objectivity of proceedings against the accused.
Legal regulation of ownership rights in Czechoslovakia in 1945-1989
Hrabcová, Alena ; Soukup, Ladislav (advisor) ; Kuklík, Jan (referee)
117 8 LEGAL ADJUSTMENT OF RELATED OWNERSHIP IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA FROM 1945 UNTIL 1989 During our lifetime we all encounter the question of Personal Ownership. It's implication on the lives of individuals as well as on the society as a whole is often quite profound. The turbulent history of the Czech lands has had a major impact on the developement of the civil law and within it's framework on the Law of Ownership. The pupose of my thesis is to research and analyse these dramatic changes and modifications within the judicial system in Czechoslovakia during the communist era between the years 1945 and 1989. In particular I shall focus on how the comunist regime adapted and eventually changed the Property Law and within it the Law of Personal Ownership in order to suit the new political ideology. This was a greatly complicated period, full of changes which were reflected in many new legal rules and regulations. I would like to concentrate on those which in my view were most significant and most important. I shall also explore the historical, political and economical circumstances during which these changes occured. I shall aim to examin and to investigate how some of the constitutional and legal changes happened and why this finally led to almost total disregard of the citizen's rights to private ownership. By...
Legal forms of persecution of citizens in the Protectorate 1939-1945
Vaněk, Tomáš ; Kuklík, Jan (advisor) ; Soukup, Ladislav (referee)
standards, on the basis of which the confiscation of Jewish property occurred, are also discussed and described. In conclusion I summed up the personal knowledge and impressions, which I acquired during this project and the study of special materials. At the very end I focused on the question of reparations and compensation for damages and crimes under the Protectorate caused by the Nazis, especially on the compensation of the Jewish population of the Czech lands. Key words / Klíčová slova: persecution - perzekuce, Protectorate - Protektorát, legal forms - právní formy
International aspects of sentencing war criminals after 1945
Eichler, Jan ; Kuklík, Jan (advisor) ; Soukup, Ladislav (referee)
74 Summary Legal Aspects of International Punishment for Committing War Crimes after 1945 The Second World War was a global military conflict which involved majority of the world's nations and which became with more than 60 million victims the largest, deadliest and most devastating conflict in human history. The causes of the war were constituted by the consequences of the Treaty of Versailles, which enhanced the feeling of humiliation in defeated countries, especially in Germany, and economic crisis in the late twenties and thirties, commonly known as the Great Depression, which fundamentally undermined a large number of countries, thereby allowing the rise of the Nazis, led by Adolf Hitler, and other totalitarian regimes throughout Europe. The Second World War has been accompanied with unprecedented level of crimes against humanity, war crimes and inhumane treatment of prisoners of war. Unlike all previous conflicts the course of the fighting much more affected civilian population and led to huge rate of casualties. Victims among civilians account for two thirds of the estimated 60 million victims. Many civilians died because of disease, starvation, massacres, bombing and deliberate genocidal actions and other war crimes committed by German as well as Japanese forces on the Axis-occupied territories. The...

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