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The municipality as an actor in environmental protection from a law perspective
Kovář, Pavel ; Fabšíková, Tereza (advisor) ; Sobotka, Michal (referee)
The municipality as an actor in environmental protection from a law perspective Abstract Municipalities in the Czech Republic are entrusted with a number of very important and irreplaceable roles in protecting the environment, both within their independent competence and in activities carried out under delegated competence. In the first half of the text, the author defines the basic concepts in the form of the term municipality and the term environment. At the same time, in the first part of the thesis, the author analyses the constitutional-legal basis of local self-government units, more precisely municipalities, their characteristic features and the differences between the independent and delegated competence of municipalities. The second part of the thesis is devoted to the already mentioned definition of the environment, environmental law as a distinct and dynamically developing branch of public law, and legal instruments serving to protect the environment, including their division and examples. In the third part of the thesis, the author focuses on the individual activities carried out by municipalities under delegated competence in the field of air, water, soil, forest, nature and landscape protection or waste management. The fourth part of the thesis contains a list of activities carried out by...
Municipality and environmental protection from the legal point of view
Světlý, Josef ; Pokorný, Jiří (advisor) ; Franková, Martina (referee)
Municipality and environmental protection from the legal point of view Abstract The main goal of this work is to show the importance of the role of municipalities in the processes of environmental protection. As should be clear from the work, the field of environmental protection has recently undergone quite dynamic development, both in the legislative and case law, and municipalities are forced to respond to this development. The content of the first chapter is the definition of the concept of the environment and the subjective right of natural and legal persons to a favorable environment, especially with regard to the problems that have arisen in connection with the question of whether the subjective right to a favorable environment also belongs to legal persons. Part of the first chapter is also a comparison of the Czech constitutional regulation with the legislatives of some other European democracies, which concludes the success of our constitutional regulation. The second chapter describes municipalities as subjects of state administration, their division and the main purpose of the second chapter is to distinguish between independent and delegated powers. The second chapter also points out the fact that the role of the municipality as a procedural subject is divided into three areas and these areas,...

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