Czech family law after the Czech Republic has acceded to the European Union

Abstrakt

After the Czech Republic has acceded to the Euro­pean Union, the Czech family law has not changed much. There are more reasons for this. Especially, since May 1st, 2004 until today, a relatively short period of time has elapsed. It is also necessary to mention that major changes in the Czech legal order had already occurred and had to occur immediately after 1989.
The main reason, however, is the temporary non­acceptance of the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe, which would have included, among other things, also the clause on respecting family life (Ar­ticle II-67), the rights of children (Article II-84), and family life (Article II-93), and which would definitely have had, together with the judiciary, direct and in­direct influence on the development of domestic legal environments, including the Czech one.

Bibliografická citace

KRÁLÍČKOVÁ, Zdeňka. Czech family law after the Czech Republic has acceded to the European Union. Časopis pro právní vědu a praxi. [Online]. 2006, č. 4, s. 362-370. [cit. 2017-09-24]. Dostupné z: https://journals.muni.cz/cpvp/article/view/7224

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