Professional Soldiers Act Within the Czech Legal Systém (on the Issues of Certain Terms Interpretation)


The article deals with the general considerations on the relationship between Public and Private Law and on the relationship of the Professional Soldiers Act (Act no. 221/1999 Coll., on Professional Soldiers) to other legal regulations. The contribution also defines and interprets certain terms (family, household/shared household, close person, child, spouse/ partner) at which demonstrates the combination of both legislative branches. It attempts to demonstrate that the laws so called armed legislation, particularly the Professional Soldiers Act is not a world closed on itself, but rather an area that is a part of the unified legal systém linked to a number of laws, including Private Law (especially to the Civil Code and Labour Code).

Radim Vičar, PhD, born  1980. Member of the academic staff at the University of Defence. He graduated from the Faculty of Law, Masaryk University, Master's degree program Law and Legal Science (Mgr., 2003) and doctoral program Theoretical Legal Sciences (Ph.D., 2013). He is interested in Administrative law, especially in the area of ​​ security and defence.


Country: Czech Republic


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