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AUC IURIDICA, Vol 67 No 4 (2021), 31–43

K obsahu a rozsahu veřejných subjektivních práv

[The Attributes and Enforcement of Public Rights within Public Administration]

Martin Kopecký

announced: 07. 12. 2021


The paper deals with the conception of public rights, their attributes, and a definition of the typical groups of public rights. The author analyses which duties of public authorities may be enforced before the court. The author further shows when individual persons have no legal claim to fulfilment of duties of public authorities. The paper analyses the evolution of public rights within the area of public administration and the possibilities of enforcement of these rights.

keywords: public law; administrative discretion; public right; administrative supervision

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