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Comparison of Czech and German legal regulation of appellate review
Vaculínová, Julie ; Dvořák, Bohumil (advisor) ; Holčapek, Tomáš (referee)
Comparison of Czech and German legal regulation of appellate review Abstract The purpose of the master's thesis is to describe and subsequently compare the appellate review in the civil procedure in the Czech and German legal regulations, namely in the light of the upcoming recodification of civil procedure in the Czech Republic. The appellate review is a remedial measure which aims to review the challenged decision of the appellate court from the legal point of view. The role of the appellate review is to unify case law and to ensure justice in individual cases. While in the Czech Republic the appellate review is conceived as an extraordinary remedial measure, in Germany it is a regular legal remedy. This difference determines most of the elements of the appellate review. The thesis is composed of an introduction, seven chapters and a conclusion, including the author's de lege ferenda suggestions. The chapters first introduce the topic, continue with a description of a particular element of the appellate review in the Czech and German legislation, and conclude with a comparison and evaluation of the author. The subchapters addressing the Czech legal regulation also contains de lege ferenda suggestions, particularly with respect to the substantive intent of the Code of Civil Procedure. Chapter One first...
Comparison of Czech and German legal regulation of appellate review with reference to Czech Republic's impending civil procedural law reform
Novotná, Kateřina ; Frintová, Dita (advisor) ; Zahradníková, Radka (referee)
a klíčová slova v anglickém jazyce Název práce: Comparison of Czech and German legal regulation of appellate review with reference to Czech Republic's impending civil procedural law reform Abstract This diploma thesis describes and compares the regulation of civil appellate review under Czech law with the legislation in the Federal Republic of Germany. The first part addresses the chosen topic on a broad level. The introductory section provides an overview of appellate review in both legal systems, a summary of recent recodification efforts, as well as a brief description of the historical development and appellate systems. The next section continues with admissibility. It contains the current Czech and German appellate review's admission regulation. The entire paper is structured so that the Czech law is always described first, followed by the German one, simultaneously comparing both versions and summarizing the results and key differences. The admissibility is divided into objective and subjective, followed by the explanation of additional requirements that both Czech and German appellate reviews must meet. It is also worth noting the assessments of admissibility. In Germany, only courts of appeal can determine whether an appellate review is admissible. In the next section, subjective...
Appeals in civil proceedings
Horáček, Petr ; Winterová, Alena (advisor) ; Sedláček, Miroslav (referee)
a klíčová slova v anglickém jazyce Title of rigorous thesis: Appellate review in civil procedure Abstract The rigorosum thesis focuses on the extraordinary remedy of "appellate review" (in Czech: dovolání), as stipulated in Act No. 99/1963 Coll., the Code of Civil Procedure, as amended. The remedy is extraordinary in the sense that it allows to contest a final and enforceable court decision. The thesis is divided into seven chapters. The first two chapters focus on the general principles of civil procedure, appellate systems, types of remedies and the history of the concept of appellate review. The second chapter also includes a passage presenting the planned recodification of civil procedure based on the substantive intent of the Civil Procedure Rules drafted in 2017. The third chapter is the core of the thesis and contains, in particular, the conditions for admissibility of appellate review and the requisites of an application for appellate review. The chapter describes who can lodge an application for appellate review, and specifies the place and deadline for filing the application. Two autonomous requisites are essential for an appellate review and the relevant proceedings: (a) definition of the conditions for admissibility of appellate review; and (b) specification of the grounds for appellate...
Factual findings and legal assessment
Janoušek, Jiří ; Winterová, Alena (advisor) ; Dvořák, Bohumil (referee)
FACT-FINDING AND LEGAL ASSESSMENT Abstract According to the difficulty of the subject and key question being discussed in this study, it is not the aim of this work to come up with one perfect solution of distinguishing between factual and legal question during an application of law in civil procedure. The theme of this study implies that the main goal is to get as close to actual explanation of any potential solution as possible, using predominantly an analytical method of legal research, and to approach this subject also from less traditional points of view. This work is focused on one of fundamental problems of procedural law which also has deeper theoretical basics. It starts with a typical scheme of an application of law where the factual question (consisted of perceiving and evidence) and legal question (where the iura novit curia principle is applied). After finishing the fact-finding process, these findings are subsumpted under a general legal norm. A subsumption itself is the centre of the problematics of incorrect legal assessment. The study also includes a different view on this classical model of application of law. A precise distinguishing between factual and legal questions in civil procedure has a big influence on several areas of civil procedure, while the most important part is the only...