The Act No. 260/2011 Coll.

On 15 September 2011 the Act on Termination and Certain Arrangements of Rental Relations to Flats and Apartments comes into effect, governing the conditions of rental deregulation with respect to some rental relations. The tenants of flats or apartments with a regulated amount of rent are obliged to free such flats or apartments before the end of year 2016. The owners will then be authorised...
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The most significant changes of the Labour Code coming into effect as of 1 September 2011

On 1 September 2011 the Act No. 257/2011 Coll. comes into effect modifying and amending the Act No. 311/2001 Coll. - Labour Code which should predominantly increase the flexibility in providing the employment. The areas referred to under this Act include predominantly the dismissal, severance pay, holiday, employment contracts for definite period, probation period, labour unions and...
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Deciding on what business activity suits you best is critical. Most frequently a prospective entrepreneur selects between acquiring a trading certificate of self-employed sole trader, or establishing a limited liability company. This depends predominantly on a number of partners; as business based on acquiring a natural person´s trading certificate may not be established with some other partners. The partner assumes only a limited liability equal to the amount of unpaid equity, while the sole trader’s liability is covered by his/her entire private property.

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The divorce of marriage is a major decision not only affecting the life of spouses but, predominantly, the life of their children. Closely connected with divorce, however, is the proceedings on adjusting the relations to the minors following the divorce of marriage. The divorce is only the first step; by contracting the marriage the community property of spouses is established; and thus property partition becomes often a key problem after divorce.

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The sooner the creditor starts to claim the due receivables from the debtor, the more likely it is that the effort is successful. The debtor may, by his/her steps, circumvent the enforcement of debt. The enforcement of debt by referring the case to courts is not always necessary. Unless a voluntary out-of-court settlement is reached, the debt may be set-off against the claim or assigned to a third person or secured by using any of the applicable securing instruments.

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Any transfer of real property is always accompanied with risk. The transfer of proprietary right, however, is not established by paying the purchase price but a resolution of a cadastral office on permission to registration to the Land Registry is required. Of great importance in this case is verifying the seller and his/her proprietary relationship to the real estate and technical condition of the real property and the fact whether the real property is not subject to any burdens.

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The constitutional complaint may be lodged by any person asserting the breach of his/her fundamental rights and freedoms; such complaint to be submitted within maximum two months following a lawful decision or advice note of a measure or notification of any other intervention. The proceedings before the Institutional Court is not subject to paying the judicial fees but the claimant must comply with the obligation of being represented by an attorney at law before the court.

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