Law 2

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305PR2 ZK 3 2T Czech summer

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Learning outcomes of the course unit

Aim: To guide students through basic issues of two basic legal standards, the Constitution of the Czech Republic and the Bill of Basic Rights and Freedoms and then to the civil code as key standards of rights to privacy linked to other legal standards definitive for further instruction with an emphasis on the protection of personal rights and the reputation of legal subjects.

Mode of study


Prerequisites and co-requisites

Completion of Law 1. Active participation in lecture.

Course contents

  1. Introduction to the Czech Republic Constitution and Bill of Fundamental Civil Rights and Freedoms and their applicability in professional life. Relationship of Constitutional Law to lower legal codes, particularly the relationship to the Civil code.
  2. Basic communications with persons providing professional legal assistance. A good bearing in individual legal professions and institutions - Lawyers, Notaries, Judges, etc.
  3. The Civil Code as the fundamental standard of privacy rights. Division of the Civil Code. Good bearing in the Civil code. Basic principles of civil rights.
  4. Right to privacy - illegal incurrences into personal civil dignity, use of personal attributes in advertisement and AV works.
  5. Protection of and incorporated name. Incurrences into the good honor of a corporation. Potential court and out-of-court settlements. Excursions into the Law of the press and Criminal codes in relation to personal protection and the good name of corporation.
  6. Property rights as one of the basic certainties, manners of acquisition and its protection.
  7. Share common property and Common surnames of married couples, their generation and dissolution, importance for entrepreneurship.
  8. Importance of time in the Civil Code. The passage of time, time limits, prescription and limitation.
  9. Concluding contracts according to the Civil Code. Particular manners of concluding contracts according to the commercial code. Future contract intention agreements.
  10. Rise, changes and dissolution of legal relationships.
  11. Unjust enrichment, awards for damages, liability (civil offenses).
  12. Basic types of contracts in the Civil Code. Contracts on works and association contracts, particularly with a view to co-production contracts.
  13. Real estate rental and non-residential spaces.

Recommended or required reading

Ústava České republiky, Listina základních práv a svobod, Nakladatelství Sagit

Občanský zákoník, Nakladatelství Sagit

Zákon o nájmu a podnájmu nebytových prostor, Nakladatelství Sagit

Trestní zákon, nakladatelství Sagit

Assessment methods and criteria

Oral exam

Student grading will originate from the exam in which the student demonstrates they have a good bearing in the fundamental constitutional principles, is able to make decisions, is able to apply the law and when they must seek professional assistance, is able to work with the civil code and manage it and related standards necessary for the producer's activities. To successfully pass the exam at least 70% class participation is required.


This course is for 2nd and 3rd years together once every two years. It is scheduled for 2010/11.

Further information

No schedule has been prepared for this course

The subject is a part of the following study plans