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Kategorie: Procedural Law

26. 10. 2023

Limitation of a claim for payment of an invoice

When does the limitation period start to run about a claim for payment of an invoice for goods or services supplied? Until now, the prevailing view has been that the subjective three-year limitation period, within which an action for payment of an invoice owed was required to be brought for the claim not to be …

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08. 06. 2023

The right to request the deletion of the reasons for removal from the position of a member of the body in the Commercial Register

In its recent decision, the Supreme Court of the Czech Republic dealt primarily with the question of whether a dismissed and deleted from the Commercial Register executive officer of a company is entitled to defend against the entry of facts related to his or her dismissal or deletion from the Commercial Register pursuant to Section …

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09. 11. 2020

Amendment of criminal regulations: shift to the model of confessions, negotiating the type and amount of punishment and emphasis on property punishment of perpetrators

On 1 October 2020, Act No. 333/2020 Sb., Amending Act No. 40/2009 Sb., The Criminal Code, as amended, Act No. 141/1961 Sb., On Criminal Procedure (Criminal Procedure Code), as amended, and some other laws entered into force. This is a relatively significant amendment, the main goal of which, as declared by the legislator, is to …

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14. 04. 2020

Insolvency proceedings in the anti-virus veil – the German way out of the insolvency spiral

The Czech Parliament is currently discussing a draft bill to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus epidemic in the justice sector (the so-called “lex COVID”). One of the main topics of the crisis regulation is the area of insolvency law in which the filing of creditor insolvency petitions as well as the obligation to file …

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