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Title in English Beginnings of the Labour Courts in the Interwar Czechoslovakia
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VOJÁČEK Ladislav

Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Právněhistorické studie
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Law

Citation
Field Law sciences
Keywords First Czechoslovak Republic; Labour Law; judiciary; Labour Courts
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Description The article deals with the issue of the labour judiciary in the interwar Czechoslovakia. Legislation on this field was traditionally fragmented, and it got even more so when the First Czechoslovak Republic was formed – due to both the legal dualism and the amount of new legislation. Therefore, many different institutions resolved labour law disputes at that time: general courts, trade courts, various administrative bodies, arbitration courts and committees. Trade courts were the most important among these institutions specializing on labour law disputes. Soon after Czechoslovakia was formed the union organizations as well as various other institutions requested that jurisdiction of these courts be enlarged: they shall carry out their jurisdiction also on the territory of Slovakia and Subcarpathia, increase their number and resolve the whole range of labour law disputes.
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