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Webinar Difficult Heritage: Interwar Codification Movement in Central and Eastern Europe (1918-1939) Kraków, October 07, 2021





09.00 Opening of the Webinar


Continuity and Discontinuity (Chair: dr. habil. Norbert Varga)

09.10-09.30  JUDr. Vilém Knoll, Ph.D. (University of West Bohemia in Pilsen), JUDr. Tomáš Pezl, Ph.D.(University of West Bohemia in Pilsen), Continuity and Discontinuity in the inter-war law on the example of Czechoslovak Criminal Law

09.30-09.50  Doc. JUDr. Petr Dostalík, Ph.D. (University of West Bohemia in Pilsen), Unwanted continuation. The Instituted of so-called versio in rem in the Austrian Civil Code and inter-war legal discussion in Czechoslovakia

09.50-10.10  Discussion


Successful Legislation (Chair: dr. Vilém Knoll)

10.30-10.50  Dr. habil. Norbert Varga (University of Szeged), Introduction the Cartel Regulation in Hungary in the Interwar Period

10.50-11.10  Dr. Máté Pétervári (University of Szeged), Changes of the Insolvency Law in Hungary in the Interwar Period

11.10-11.30  Discussion


Projects (Chair: dr habil. Maciej Mikuła)

12.00-12.20  Dr. hab. Zdzisław Zarzycki (Jagiellonian University in Kraków), Attempts to codify the personal marriage law in the Second Polish Republic. A fiasco or perhaps a success?

12.20-12.40  JUDr. et PhDr. Stanislav Balík, Ph.D. (University of West Bohemia in Pilsen), Projects of unification of laws about advocacy and notariat in the first Czechoslovak republic (1918–1938)

12.40-13.00  Discussion


Judiciary (Chair: prof. Tomáš Gábriš)

14.20-14.40  Dr. Kristóf Szivós (University of Szeged), The Changes in the Right of Novelty in Hungarian Civil Procedure in the Interwar Period

14.40-15.00  Dr. Jakob Maziarz (Jagiellonian University in Kraków), Jury courts in inter-war Poland

15.00-15.20  Doc. JUDr. Miriam Laclavíková, PhD. (Trnava University), Michal Tomin, MA (Trnava University), Successful unification of the institute of adoption in the interwar Czechoslovakia

15.20-15.40  Discussion


Comparative Studies (Chair: dr habil. Jan Halberda)

15.40-16.00  JUDr. Ingrid Lanczová, PhD. (Trnava University), Mental Disorder as a Ground for Divorce in the Czechoslovak Marriage Amendment and Comparison to Hungarian Law

16.00-16.20  Prof. JUDr. PhDr. Tomáš Gábriš, PhD., LLM, MA (Trnava University), Slovak viewpoint on unification and codification efforts in Czechoslovakia

16.20-16.40  Krzysztof Bokwa, MA (Jagiellonian University in Kraków), Civil Liability ex delicto: Austian Law – Hungarian Law – Polish Inter-war Law

16.40-17.00  Discussion


17.00 Summarizing of the Webinar




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The project ‘Continuity and Discontinuity of Pre-war Legal Systems in Post-war Successor States (1918-1939)’ is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe. Visegrad Grant No. 22030159.


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