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!KPSP Administrative Law
The subject is related to the knowledge acquired in the preceding courses, especially the subject Introduction to Law.
Course Enrollment Limitations
The course is also offered to the students of the fields other than those the course is directly associated with.
Fields of study the course is directly associated with
there are 8 fields of study the course is directly associated with, display
The main objective of the course is to help students understand general part of administrative law (legal regulation of an organisation and activities of public administration, warranty deeds of public administration legitimacy, fundaments of administrative criminal law) and the so-called special part of administrative law, with respect to students' profiles upon their graduation from ESF (e.g., trade administration or inward administration).
At the end of the course students should be able to work with the sources of administrative law in order to interpret and apply them in concrete cases.
1. State and Law. Structure of the state power (legislature, organization of government, administration and self-administration, judiciary and system of courts). Fundaments of Law and system and Structure of Law. Characteristics of administrative law, sources and norms, subjects of administrative law and public administration, administrative-legal relations, state administration and its features, self-government and its features.
2.Public administration organisation I. (Public administration as an organisation, organisational principles of PA building, organisational power, subjects and performers of PA, scope and competence. Constitutional and legal bases of PA organisation in the Czech Republic, public service. PA organisation in the Czech Republic.)
3.Public administration organisation II. (Self-government organisation in the Czech Republic, service self-government, PA reform, local government, regional government.)
4.Public administration activity I. (PA as an activity, establishmentarian statutory and non- establishmentarian civil forms of PA activities. Constitutional and legal bases of PA activities in the Czech Republic. Statutory contracts, general nature proceedings, other PA operations.)
5.Public administration activity II. (Administrative acts, their characteristics and division, rules of issuing, possibilities of rectification and distrainment.)
6.Public administration supervision and check I. (Check as a part of PA, its functions, requirements, conception and specifics. Managing administrative supervision, state supervision of statutory corporations, inward supervisory activity – PA check in a narrower sense. Parliamentary check of PA, check executed by the Supreme Audit Office, Ombudsman, free access to information, petitions and complaints.)
7.Public administration supervision and check II. (Judicial check of PA in the Czech Republic. Administrative justice: constitutional and internationally-legal grounds, topical regularization. Constitutional justice: constitutional grounds and topical regularization, constitutional complaints, decision-taking concerning legal regulations abolition. Justice according to part number 5 of the Civil Procedure Code.)
8.Administrative criminal law. (Administrative-legal liability, liability for breaching of administrative law norms. Administrative-legal liability for offences; procedural aspects of administrative criminal law, specifics of so-called misdeed proceedings. Administrative-legal liability for so-called other administrative torts.)
9.Inward administration. (Bodies and basic institutions of inward administration, personal state of the population, right of association and to assemble.)
10.Security administration, administration of Police, state-defence administration. (Bodies and basic institutions of security administration; inward security of the Czech Republic, crisis management and integrated emergency system, administration of Police, Police of the Czech Republic, Czech Security Information Service, municipal police, Administration of state defence.)
11.Health service administration. (Bodies and basic institutions of public health service administration, general medical insurance.)
12.Educational system administration. (Bodies and basic institutions of public administration of primary and secondary education. Bodies and basic institutions of public administration of tertiary education.)
13.Trade administration. (Bodies and basic institutions of trade administration, licence for trade business, conditions, procedure of origination, differences of trade administration in the mode of notification trade and licence trade.)
Lectures are scheduled in two 3-hour blocks according to the following topics:
1.Topics 1 – 6
2.Topics 7 – 13
Thematic contents specification of individual tutorials – see the schedule of classes. A more detailed timetable is included in the Distant-Study Manual.
1. Kadečka, S. Průcha, P. Správní právo - obecná část: multimediální učební text. 1. vydí. Brno : Masarykova univerzita v Brně - Právnická fakulta, 2004.
2. Jurníková, J. Skulová, S. Průcha, P. Havlan, P. Kadečka, S. Kolman, P. Kliková, A. Správní právo - zvláštní část: multimediální učební text. 1. vyd. Brno : Masarykova univerzita v Brně - Právnická fakulta, 2004.
3. Kadečka, S. Ondruš, R. Průcha, P. Základy správního práva pro ekonomy. 1. vyd. Brno : Masarykova univerzita v Brně, Ekonomicko-správní fakulta, 2003.
5. Hendrych, D. a kol. Správní právo. Obecná část. 5. rozšířené vyd. Praha : C. H. Beck, 2003.
6. Jurníková, J. – Skulová, S. – Průcha, P. – Havlan, P. – Sedláček, S. – Kadečka, S. – Kolman, P. – Kliková, A. Správní právo - zvláštní část. 5. doplněné vyd. Brno : Masarykova univerzita v Brně, 2004.
7. Kadečka, S. Právo obcí a krajů v České republice. 1. vyd. Praha : C. H. Beck, 2003.
8. Průcha, P. Správní právo. Obecná část. 6. doplněné a aktualizované vydání. Brno : Masarykova univerzita v Brně, Právnická fakulta, 2004.
KUČERA, Radomír. Základy práva (Introduction to Law). 1. vyd. Brno: MU, 2002. 89 pp. ISBN 80-210-2940-4. info
Lectures, readings, person-to-person tuition, homeworks, partial written proofs, data mining.
The course is carried out through distance learning.
It finishes with a written exam. Students are allowed to take the final exam after the seminar work meeting all the requirements has been completed, handed over and marked by a tutor (POT) within a set time schedule.
The detailed information on the seminar work (POT) and the test is included in the respective interactive syllabus (IS MU).
Language in which the course is taught
Further comments (probably available only in Czech)
The course is taught annually.
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