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Kniha: Czech law between Europeanization and globalization - Michal Tomášek

Czech law between Europeanization and globalization
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Kniha: Czech law between Europeanization and globalization
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nglické vydání je založeno na předchozích čtyřech svazcích monografie "Nové jevy v právu na počátku 21. století" autorského kolektivu Právnické fakulty UK. Příspěvky byly vybrány ... (celý popis)
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Specifikace
Nakladatelství: Karolinum
Médium / forma: Tištěná kniha
Rok vydání: 2010
Počet stran: 376
Rozměr: 25 cm
Úprava: 368 stran
Vydání: 1st ed.
Skupina třídění: Právo
Jazyk: EN
Vazba: pevná
EAN: 9788024617855
Ukázka: » zobrazit ukázku
Popis / resumé

Kolektivní monografie obsahuje příspěvky z oblasti českého soukromého i veřejného práva a českých právních dějin.

Popis nakladatele

nglické vydání je založeno na předchozích čtyřech svazcích monografie "Nové jevy v právu na počátku 21. století" autorského kolektivu Právnické fakulty UK. Příspěvky byly vybrány a upraveny s ohledem na zahraniční čtenáře a představují důležitý český hlas v mezinárodní vědecké komunikaci o vývoji a srovnávání současného práva v jeho národních i mezinárodních podobách. Publikace se zabývá také budoucími tendencemi řady právních oborů a je vybavena podrobnou bibliografií pro další studium.

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Ukázka / obsah
Přepis ukázky

1. HISTORICAL IMPULSES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF LAW

(Karel Malý, translated by Renata Hrubá)

1.1 Social legislation and changes in proprietary rights /22

1.1.1 Protection of tenants and housing in the Czechoslovak Republic - aspects

of social state (normative image) between 1918 and 1948 (Ladislav Soukup,

translated by Renata Hrubá) /22

1.1.2 Interference with proprietary rights between 1945 and 1948 and their reflection

in so-called "indemnity agreements" and in privatization and "restitution" legislation

after 1989 (Jan Kuklík, translated by Renata Hrubá) /2g

1.2 Constitutional impulses for the development of law in the 20

th

century /40

1.2.1 Czechoslovak legislation from 17

th

November 1989 to 31

st

December 1992 and

its retrospective interventions (Vladimir Kindl, translated by Renata Hrubá) /40

1.2.2 "Legality" of authoritarian regimes in the 20

th

century (Petra Skřejpková,

translated by Renata Hrubá) /43

1.2.3 Referendum in the second half of the 20

th

and at the beginning of the 21

st

centuries:

its potential and limits (Karolina Adamová, translated by Renata Hrubá) /48

1.2.4 On current interpretation of the US Constitution (Radim Seltenreich,

translated by Renata Hrubá) /54

1.3 Changes in Czechoslovak constitutionality in the 1960s.

1.3.1 Czech conceptions of federalism in the 1960s - an inspiration for our time

(Karolina Adamová, translated by Renata Hrubá)

1.3.2 Constitutional development in Czechoslovakia in the 1960s and problems

of ethnicity (René Petráš, translated by Renata Hrubá) /60

1.4 State and church in legal history /68

1.4.1 Czech state ecclesiastical law at the beginning of the 21

st

century

(Jiří Rajmund Tretera, translated by Renata Hrubá) /68

1.4.2 Core institutions of churches and religious societies in the USA

and their legal status (Záboj Horák, translated by Renata Hrubá) /j6

1.5 Roman legal culture and its present effects


1.5.1 New paths and methods of Roman law studies (Michal Skřejpek,

translated by Renata Hrubá) /79

1.5.2 Bonajides in acquisition of things by usucapion (prescription) (Petr Bělovský,

translated by Renata Hrubá) /86

Selected bibliography to Chapter 1

2. THEORETICAL AND CONSTITUTIONAL IMPULSES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF LAW

(Aleš Gerloch, translated by Adéla Bahenská)

2.1 Invariability and purpose in law (Eduard Bárány, translated by Adéla Bahenská) 2.2 The binding effect of legal texts injudicial interpretation and application

of law and logical reasoning lege artis (Aleš Gerloch, Jan Tryzna, translated by

Adéla Bahenská) /107

2.2.1. Introduction /107 2.2.2 Statute and law /108 2.2.3 Law and statute in the context of hard cases /109

2.2.4 Law, statute and justice

2.2.5 Note on the system of law

2.2.6 Limitation of topic /116

2.2.7 Why should the judge be bound by statute? /116

2.2.8 What should be the understanding of the binding effect of statute?

(Binding effect of statute v. binding effect of the text of the statute) /118

2.2.9 Bound or free application of law? /121

2.2.10 Jurisprudential alternatives to the weakening of normative relevance

of legal texts /123

2.2.11 Instead of conclusion: application and interpretation of law lege artis /126

2.3 Antinomy in implementing justice and legal certainty in contemporary law

(Pavel Maršálek, translated by Adéla Bahenská) /127

2.3.1 Statutory or living justice or a compromise between the two? /128

2.3.2 Neither bound nor free application of law? /129

2.3.3 Wording of the law v. ratio legis /131 2.3.4 Justice and legal certainty v. current value and epistemological scepticism

in legal thinking and sciences /132

2.3.5 Conclusions /133

2.4 Polycentrism and pluralism in law /134

2.4.1 Polycentrism in current law versus pyramidal structure of the legal order in the

conception of traditional sovereignty (Jiří Hřebejk, translated by Renata Hrubá) /134

2.4.2 Changing the structure of the legal order and its attributes (Jan Kysela, translated by Renata Hrubá) /139

2.5 Changes in constitutional law on the threshold of the 21

st

century /145

2.5.1 Reservation of statute in a democratic state respecting the rule of law

(Petr Mlsna, translated by Adéla Bahenská) /145

2.5.2 The impact of the Constitutional Court upon the legislative procedure

(Radovan Suchánek, translated by Marta Chromá) /154


2.5.3 New phenomena in electoral law (Marek Antoš, translated by Adéla Bahenská) /166

2.6 Information society and copyright (Jan Kříž, Irena Holcova,

Veronika Křesťanova, Tomáš Dobřichovský, Alexandra Wünschová Pujmanová,

Petra Žikovská, Zuzana Císařová, translated by Adéla Bahenská) /176

2.6.1 Exploitation and protection of a work of authorship in information society /176

2.6.2 Prospects of collective management of copyright in information society /179

2.6.3 Collective management of copyright and related rights in the Czech Republic /180

2.6.4 Current trends of interpretation of the concept of a three-step test /182

2.6.5 Possible changes of European legislation relating to exceptions and limitations /183

2.6.6 Copyright agreements with an international element in digital environment /184

2.7 Will law play a more important role in the management of national economies?

(Antonín Kerner, translated by Adéla Bahenská) /185

2.7.1 National economy and its operation /186

2.7.2 Economic policy /186

2.7.3 Horizontal legal regulation in the market environment /187

2.7.4 Financial crisis /187

2.7.5 Land use planning /188

2.7.6 Concluding remarks /189

2.8 Corporate governance in the public sector: institutional economics view

(Jan Urban, translated by Adéla Bahenská) /189

2.8.1 Introduction /189

2.8.2 Corporate governance in the context of institutional economics /190

2.8.3 Problems and reasons of public production /191

2.8.4 Corporate governance in enterprises with public administration /194

2.8.5 Corporate governance in public enterprises: institutional point of view /197

2.8.6 Opportunities for improvement of corporate governance in public

enterprises /200

Selected bibliography to Chapter 2 /201

3. TRANSFORMATION OF PUBLIC LAW

(Pavel Šturma, Michal Tomášek, translated by Marta Chromá)

3.1 Universality of international law: what is the role of general international law

in the period of its fragmentation? (Pavel Šturma, Vladimír Balaš, Veronika Bílková,

Věra Honusková, Stanislava Hýbnerová, Jan Ondřej, translated by Renata Hrubá) /208

3.1.1 Research premise: the concept of fragmentation of international law /208

3.1.2 The relationship between general and special rules of international law /209

3.1.3 Self-contained regimes /216

3.1.4 Principle of systematic integration of rules from various areas

of international law /221

3.1.5 Conclusions: the role of general international law /225

3.2 Role of courts in the protection of the environment (Milan Damohorský,

Michal Sobotka, Vojtěch Stejskal, Karolina Žákovská, Hana Müllerová,

translated by Martin Starý) /226


3-2.1 Introductory notes and background /22Ô

3.2.2 Decision-making in environmental issues in the Czech Republic /226 3.2.3 International Court of Justice and International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea /227 3.2.4 Role of the European Court of Human Rights in environmental protection /228 3.2.5 Role of the Court of Justice of the European Union in environmental protection /230 3.2.6 Constitutional judiciary and the protection of the environment /231 3.2.7 Role of judiciary in the protection of the environment through criminal law /232 3.2.8 Administrative judiciary and environmental protection /234 3.2.9 Conclusions /236

3.3 Europeanization of criminal law (Michal Tomášek, Dagmar Císařová,

Tomáš Gřivna, Jiří Herczeg, Olga Sovova, translated by Marta Chromá) /237

3.3.1 The background of the Europeanization of criminal law /237

3.3.2 The relationship between European law and national criminal law /23g

3.3.3 The relationship with the protection of basic rights and freedoms /241

3.3.4 The issues of implementation /243

3.3.5 The specificity of the Europeanization of criminal law in the field of health /247

3.4 Criminal liability of legal entities de legeferenda in the Czech Republic

(Jiří Jelínek, Karel Beran, translated by Marta Chromá) /248

3.4.1 Introduction /248

3.4.2 Bill on the criminal liability of legal entities /250

3.4.3 Substantive law aspects of the Bill /250

3.4.4 Sanctions and protective measures /253

3.4.5 Procedural aspects of BCLLE /254

3.4.6 Reasons for refusal /25s

3.4.7 The outline of the law on the liability of legal entities for administrative

delicts /257

3.4.8 The alternative of criminal liability of legal entities /257

3.4.9 The alternative of administrative liability of legal entities /257

3.4.10 Alternative of combined administrative and criminal liability of legal entities /258

3.4.11 Issues in the Outline subject to criticism /25g

3.4.12 Proposals for the direction of future legislative attempts /260

3.4.13 Conclusion /261

3.5 Tax law in the Czech Republic in the context of the law of the European Union

(Milan Bakeš, Radim Boháč, translated by Martin Starý) /2Ô2

3.5.1 Tax law in the Czech Republic /2Ô2

3.5.2 Tax law of the European Union ^67

3.5.3 Conclusions /272

Selected bibliography to Chapter 3 /273

4. TRANSFORMATION OF PRIVATE LAW

(Monika Pauknerová, translated by Marta Chromá)

4.1 Is it possible to break the barrier separating the property of a business company

from the property of its owners? (Stanislava Černá, translated by Marta Chromá) /280


4-i.i The concept of penetration /280

4.1.2 Case law and the doctrine in Anglo-American law /281 4.1.3 German approach /284

4.1.4 French doctrine and case law /286

4.1.5 Possibilities of recourse against a company member by creditors of the company

under Czech law /288

4.1.6 Conclusion /292

4.2 Contractual obligations and obligations resulting from torts: European tradition

and Czech perspective (Jan Dvořák, Petr Tégl, translated by Marta Chromá) /293

4.2.1 Classification of the law of obligations /293

4.2.2 Prospects of codification /294 4.2.3 The development of the law of contractual obligations /29s 4.2.4 The position of parties /297 4.2.5 Impact of the European Union /297 4.2.6 The legal substance of a contract /298 4.2.7 Culpa in contrahendo A99 4.2.8 The principle of good faith /302 4.3 Codification of private international law in the EU: Does it make sense

to recodify Czech private international law? (Monika Pauknerová,

translated by Marta Chromá) /305 4.3.1 Significance of private international law and the basic sources of its regulation /305

4.3.2 Joining the conflict-of-law rules and international civil procedure and the position of private international law with the system of private law /306

4.3.3 The significance of codification of private international law in the Czech Republic

and EU Member States /308

4.3.4 General trends of the codification of private international law in EU

Member States /308

4.3.5 The phenomenon of European private international law as the most dynamically

developing branch of European private law /310

4.3.6 The current situation and the near future - unified and harmonized regulation

of private international law in the EU /312

4.3.7 Remarks on codification of European private international law /314

4.3.8 The first proposals of codification of European private international law

and their evaluation /315

4.3.9 Conclusion: The issue of further codification of private international law within

the national legal system of EU Member States /316

4.4 Selected issues of the recodification of family law in the Czech Republic

(Dita Frintová, Ondřej Frinta, translated by Marta Chromá) /317

4.4.1 General remarks on family, law and the relationship between them /317

4.4.2 Family law in the draft of a new Civil Code /318

4.4.3 Conclusions /326

4.5 The change of circumstances and its consequences for contractual relations

(Luboš Tichý, translated by Marta Chromá) 7327


4-5-I Defining the subject-matter 7327

4.5.2 Development and status /32g

4.5.3 Analysis and comparison 7336

4.5.4 Our own solution 7343

4.6 Reflection of globalization in Czech labour law (Miroslav Bělina,

translated by Marta Chromá) /344

4.6.1 Introduction /344

4.6.2 The Green Paper of the EU Commission from the point of view of Czech labour

legislation 7345

4.6.3 Czech labour legislation ^47

4.6.4 Constitutional conformity of the Labour Code 2006 /34g

4.6.5 Delegation and subsidiarity /350

4.6.6 Directive nature /352

4.7 Insolvency law within the European context (František Zoulík,

translated by Marta Chromá) /354

Selected bibliography to Chapter 4 ^62

ANNEX /365

Evaluation du manuscrit "Czech law between Europeanization and globalization"

(Emmanuel Decaux) ^65

Referenz-Gutachten zur Veröffentlichung "Czech law between Europeanization

and globalization" (Marian Paschke) 7367




       
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