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Protection of the personal rights in judical decisions of the European Court of Human Rights and the Constitutional Court
Rezler, Tomáš ; Křesťanová, Veronika (advisor) ; Holcová, Irena (referee)
Protection of the personal rights in judicial decisions of the European Court of Human Rights and the Constitutional Court This diploma thesis deals with selected aspects of protection of the personal rights taking into account the conclusions adopted by the jurisprudence. The concept of personality protection is very broad and therefore its comprehensive treatment within one diploma thesis would not be desirable or possible. Therefore, in the presented publication, the author leaves aside the protection of a person's physical integrity and focuses on selected values of moral integrity and the protection that the law provides for them. Particular attention is given to the rights to dignity, honor, privacy and the one's image. As the name suggests, the essential part of the work is the analysis of court decisions, in particular the relevant case law of the European Court of Human Rights and the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic. The diploma thesis consists of seven parts, which are further divided into chapters. The first part introduces the reader to the topic, defines basic concepts and characterizes the nature of personality protection in the Czech Republic. The second part, on the one hand, deals with the nature of unauthorized interference with personality, and on the other hand,...
Protection of the personal rights in judical decisions of the European Court of Human Rights and the Constitutional Court
Šimák, Radim ; Křesťanová, Veronika (advisor) ; Holcová, Irena (referee)
Protection of Personality Rights in the Context of Decisions of the European Court of Human Rights and the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic The topic of this thesis is protection of personality rights and its conflict with freedom of speech in the media environment, in the context of the decisions of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) and the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic (CC). The aim of this thesis is to present and analyse individual concepts that are based on the decisions (case- law) of the ECHR and the CC, and establish rules and guidelines for assessing the conflict between the protection of personality rights and freedom of speech in the media. The thesis is systematically divided into eight chapters. Before the actual analysis of ECHR and CC case-law, the theoretical foundations of the subject are described in the first three chapters. In the first chapter, the basic terms are defined, which the work subsequently applies, such as the concept of personality, the so-called general personality right, media and media environment. In the second chapter, individual sources of law in the field of personality protection are presented, at the international, European and national level. In the third chapter, selected partial personality rights are presented in more...
The Human Organ Transplantation Act - moral and ethical problems of its application
Novotná, Kateřina ; Císařová, Dagmar (advisor) ; Sovová, Olga (referee)
The Human Organ Transplantation Act - moral and ethical problems of its application This thesis deals with issues related to the applications of the Human Organ Transplantation Act. It is focused on the assessment of existing legislation regarding transplantation, the identification of problematical areas of transplantation law and the possibility of their correction. The thesis is divided into several parts. At the beginning it deals with the history and development of transplant medicine. It also contains a description of the current legislation and a brief summary of an international regulation. The main focus of the thesis is to analyze the deficiencies in Czech legislation and to emphasize the interdisciplinary nature of the transplant law. Finally, it analyzes the forthcoming amendment to The Human Organ Transplantation Act prepared by the Ministry of Health. The Human Organ Transplantation Act is a modern legislation respecting international commitments of the Czech Republic. Nature of the transplant legislation is given by its fundamental aspects  the principle of presumed consent in connection with legally provided guarantee to respect disagreement expressed in accordance with law, the preference of a deceased donor prior to a living one, the principle of fairness in the allocation of...
Protection of personality rights
Strejcová, Klára ; Thöndel, Alexandr (advisor) ; Frinta, Ondřej (referee)
The objective of this thesis is to provide an overview of general part of the protection of personality in the Czech legal system, as well as a detailed analysis of selected aspects of personal rights. The thesis focuses on protection provided by the Act Nr. 89/2012 Sb., Civil Code, and the European Convention on Human Rights. Initial chapters of the general part of the thesis deal with brief introduction to the historical background of personality rights in the Czech legal environment, as well as with the definition of personality and personality rights as such, together with a demonstrative list of values protected by the general right of personality. The subsequent chapter provides an overview of Czech and international sources of law concerning personality protection. Chapter four deals with lawful and unlawful interferences with personality rights. The final chapter of the general part outlines legal means of protection of personal rights available according to the Czech law. The special part of the thesis is dedicated to a deeper analysis of three aspects of protection of personal rights. Chapter six deals with one of the most important personal rights, the right to privacy. This chapter aims to introduce the broad concept of privacy, including case law of the European Court of Human Rights...
Protection of personality in the media area
Fičurová, Nora ; Křesťanová, Veronika (advisor) ; Holcová, Irena (referee)
The submitted diploma thesis provides an introduction into the topic of conflict of the personality rights of an individual with the freedom of expression of media and right to receive information of others. The emphasis is put on the Czech and European case law. Marginally is mentioned also the topic of new media, especially the latest case law of the European Court of Human Right on this matter. The diploma thesis is divided into introduction, conclusion and three chapters. The first chapter introduces the basic definitions and theoretical basics of the topic. The reader is acquainted with the concept of human personality and its components, with the concept of personality rights and their nature as well as with the possible infringements of these rights. The chapter also provides the definitions of media and new media. The second chapter focuses on the legal framework of the personality rights, freedom of expression and right to receive and impart information. The chapter first analyses the international legal framework with the focus on the European Convention on Human Rights and later it deals with provisions of the Czech civil code as well as provisions of the Czech media laws. The last section of this chapter analyses Czech as well as European legal provisions on liability of internet...
Protection of personality in media with respect to relevant case law
Kozic, Juraj ; Šustek, Petr (advisor) ; Hendrychová, Michaela (referee)
in English This final thesis deals with protection of personality against unauthorized infringement through media. This topic is highly up to date in the present information society. The aim of this thesis is to provide basic information about this problematic topic to the reader. The core of this thesis is constituted by definitions of two fundamental human rights, namely freedom of expression and right for protection of personality. They frequently conflict each other, so the main focus is placed on the process of finding the balance between these two. Special attention is dedicated to definitions of criteria that have to be taken into consideration by courts in order to find impartial and just decision in every individual case and thus determine the borderline between protection of personality and freedom of expression. Therefore, this thesis focuses on relevant case law of general courts, Constitutional Court and European Court of Human Rights. Another important part of this work is based on description of legal remedies, which Czech legal system provides to protect the personality of an aggrieved person against interference by media. Afterwards, the emphasis is given especially on the instruments of civil and media law. This final thesis consists of six chapters. The first chapter contains...
Protection of personal rights in civil procedure
Bukovjanová, Lucie ; Macková, Alena (advisor) ; Pohl, Tomáš (referee)
Resume: This thesis deals with the general personality right of individuals and its civil law protection, proceedings in the first instance. Universal personal law as the law related to any natural person, is one of the fundamental human rights. As such, the imprescriptible right, not subject to the statute of limitations, irrevocable and inalienable. Protection of personal rights of individuals is therefore included nor in the Civil Code, as a basic private personal protection legislation, either in the constitutional order of the Czech Republic, especially in the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms, just as at regional and international protection of fundamental human rights and freedoms. Civil Code, calculated individual rights (permissions), resulting from the protection of individual personality, only indicative, so that into the right to protection of personal rights of individuals includes the right to life and health, the right to civic honor and human dignity, right to privacy, the right to name and the rights to the statements of a personal nature. The protection of personality is largely shaping with the decision-making practice of courts and other personality rights arise from their conclusions. The range of civil remedies is quite broad. In my work I focuse on the protection of...
The Protection of Personality in Media Law
Brostík, Ondřej ; Švestka, Jiří (advisor) ; Salač, Josef (referee)
The Protection of Personality in Media Law The aim of this thesis is to investigate and analyze legal relations arising from the protection of personality in terms of general civil law on the one hand, and on the other hand in relations to the institutes of media law. The thesis puts emphasis on the analysis of the relevant judicature because legal protection of personality is significantly amended by the case law. With regard to the future re-codification of private law in the Czech Republic, the thesis also pursues the question of legal protection of personality "de lege ferenda". The first chapter defines and specifies general terminology concerning the system of protection of personality. This part provides a comprehensive interpretation of the relevant regulations in the Civil Code concerning the protection of personality, describes the mutual relation between the terms, and points out some issues of the current legislation. In the second chapter the author focuses on the issues of media law. Special attention is paid to the analysis of the specific institutes of protection of personal rights in media law, the right of reply and the right of subsequent notification. The next chapter provides a detailed analysis of selected questions from the perspective of the relevant judicature. These...
Civil law aspects of health protection
Vopěnková, Zdenka ; Švestka, Jiří (advisor) ; Salač, Josef (referee)
The subject of this paper is the civil law aspects of health protection. The aim of the thesis is to analyse the relevant law concerning the topic and compare it to regulation suggested in the new civil code. Considering the breadth of the topic, the thesis does not deal with all aspects of this issue but just focuses on some of the most debatable questions. Not only the current law and related literature is considered, but a particular emphasis is also put on related case law. In some parts the paper also takes into consideration the fundamental masterpiece of European tort doctrine - Principles of European Tort Law (PETL). The thesis is composed of five chapters, each of them dealing with different aspects of the topic. Chapter One provides an outline of relevant Czech and international law. Chapter Two analyses the concept of right to health protection as a part of personality protection and deals with its object, content and subjects. Chapter three is devoted to the unlawful infringement of the right to health protection and its consequences. Chapter Four focuses on civil law responsibility for unlawful infringement and on the circumstances which are necessary for the responsibility for injury to health to arise and also on the subjects to this responsibilty. This chapter also includes problems...
Protection of Personality Rights in Relation to Media
Havel, Marian ; Švestka, Jiří (advisor) ; Salač, Josef (referee)
The topic of the master thesis Protection of Personality Rights in Relation to Media is the conflict between two constitutional rights - protection of personality and freedom of speech. Both of these rights are stated in the Constitutional Act No. 2/1993 thus they have an equal level of legal protection. However, conflicts can arise between the two. The thesis evaluates and analyses these two crucial rights and their conflicts. This thesis is divided into four main chapters, which are the following: Protection of personality, Freedom of speech as a main principle of media law, Protection of personality versus freedom of speech in the practice of the Constitutional Court, and Media development and its influence on the protection of personality. The first and the second part of the thesis analyse protection of personality and freedom of speech. The aim of the first two chapters is to present the sources of these rights, to define basic concepts, meanings and limits of these rights and to describe their possible restrictions. The third part of the thesis discusses general principles according to which possible conflict between the two rights should be solved. It also examines selected Czech court cases. Finally, the fourth chapter outlines media development since the 1970s with special emphasis on the...

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