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
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Student after successful completing subject:
- understands the basic legal concepts, institutes and principles
- interprets the legal prescriptions
- analyzes the legal system and its functions
- categorizes the beginning set of knowledge that is indispensable for the study of positive legal subjects
- uses the general legal terminology
- has a good command of legal thinking and work with legal texts.
Sources of Law. Legal Norm, Concept, Structure and Elements. Classification of Legal Norms and their Features. Interpretation of Law. Forms of Legal Norms Implementation,Concepts of Legal Relationship. Legal Facts as Presumptions of Legal Relationships. Subjects, Objects and Contents of Legal Relationship. Application of Law. Legal Responsibility. Legal State as a Expression of Relation between State and Law. Fundamental Metodological Approaches to Law. Operation of Law in Society, Law and Values.
GERLOCH, Aleš, Jiří ČAPEK and Jiří BOGUSZAK. Teorie práva [Boguszak, 2003]. Vyd. 1. Praha: ASPI, 2003. 323 s. ISBN 80-86395-74-X. info
WEINBERGER, Ota. Norma a instituce : (úvod do teorie práva). Translated by Pavel Hungr. Vyd. 1,. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 1995. 217 s. ISBN 8021011238. info
HOLLÄNDER, Pavel. Filosofie práva. 1. vyd. Plzeň: Vydavatelství a nakladatelství Aleš Čeněk, 2006. 303 s. ISBN 8086898962. info
The sense of this subject is to give an initial set of knowledge that is necessary for the study of the branch legal subjects and to learn the practical skills of the work with the legal enactments. The basic set of lectures based on the basic legal concepts, the system of law, the interpretation procedures and the forms of law implementation serves to realize the aim.
The aim of the course is to learn both the general legal terminology, especially the basic legal institutes and principals and their mutual relationships and the apprehension of legal thinking.
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