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AUC IURIDICA, Vol 66 No 2 (2020), 79–96

Správní akty podmiňující právní jednání

[Administrative Acts as a Condition of Juridical Acts]

Pavel Kopecký

announced: 07. 07. 2020


The author deals with the issue of administrative acts released by administrative authorities which entitle persons to make juridical act bringing legal effect in the area of private law. The author shows which provisions of laws prohibit to make juridical act without compulsory consent of administrative authority. By compulsory consent of administrative authority can be conditioned e.g. some contracts or decisions of general meeting in selected areas of public law regulation. The author analysis character of administrative acts which are condition of juridical acts and explains why public law regulates and limits juridical acts between persons of private law. The author further deals with individual consequences of juridical acts made without compulsory consent of administrative authorities as invalidity of juridical acts or administrative punishments.

keywords: administrative act; juridical act; consent of administrative authority to juridical act

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