Title: Fundamental Rights in Czechoslovakia between 1920 and 1938: Their Doctrinal Theorizing and Judicial Application
Authors: Šejvl, Michal
Citation: ŠEJVL, M. Fundamental Rights in Czechoslovakia between 1920 and 1938: Their Doctrinal Theorizing and Judicial Application. Krakowskie Studia z Historii Państwa i Prawa, 2022, roč. 15, č. 3, s. 413-432. ISSN: 2084-4115
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Jagiellonian University Press
Document type: článek
URI: 2-s2.0-85147124834
ISSN: 2084-4115
Keywords in different language: History of Law;Czechoslovak Republic;Czechoslovak Constitutional Charter;Czechoslovak Supreme Administrative Court;direct application of fundamental rights;theoretical critique of fundamental rights
Abstract in different language: The article presents an overview of the problem of fundamental rights during the First Czechoslovak Republic and focuses especially on the role played by the fundamental rights catalogue of the 1920 Czechoslovak Constitutional Charter. Section 2 presents the 1920 catalogue itself, methods of specification and of limitations of rights (usually by particular laws) and postulates continuity with pre-1918 Austrian and Hungarian law. Section 3 is dedicated to opinions of Czechoslovak legal doctrine (mainly Czech authors) on the role of the 1920 catalogue. Section 4 examines the case-law of the Supreme Administrative Court protecting fundamental rights and tries to show that some fundamental rights were applied directly by this Court and that direct application sometimes leads also to a limited form of constitutional review of pre-1918 law.
Rights: © Foundation for Rehabilitation Information
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