National case law

Češka

This section provides an overview of the case law in the Czech Republic as well as a description of and links to relevant case law databases.

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Case law available on the Internet

Case law is accessible to the public on the website of the Ministry of Justice https://www.justice.cz/, (reference 'Judikatura' (case law)).

Each of the following courts maintains a database of its own case law:

  • the Constitutional Court (Ústavní soud)
  • the Supreme Court (Nejvyšší soud)
  • the Supreme Administrative Court (SAC) (Nejvyšší správní soud).

Summaries of all decisions made by the SAC are published, in anonymised form, on the SAC’s website. Some of the SAC's decisions, as well as some made by lower administrative courts and selected by the plenum of all SAC judges according to the importance of the decisions, are treated in greater detail.

Presentation of decisions / headline

Judgments are made available on the websites of the relevant supreme courts.

Formats

Case law is available in html format.

Courts concerned

The following courts are concerned:

Further proceedings

Supreme Court

Other courts

Is information available as to:

appeals?

No

Yes (https://www.justice.cz/, reference InfoSoud)

whether a case is still in progress?

No

Yes (InfoSoud)

the result of appeals?

No

Yes (InfoSoud)

the irrevocability of the decision?

No

No

on further proceedings before:

another domestic court (e.g. Constitutional Court)?

the European Court of Justice?

the European Court of Human Rights?

No

No

No

No

No

No

Publication rules

at national level?

at court level?

Are there binding rules for the publication of case law

Yes

Yes

Supreme Court

Other courts

Is full case law published or only a selection?

Fully anonymised

Fully anonymised

If a selection is done

what criteria are applied?

Protection of personal data

Legal databases

Name and URL of the database

Portal of the public administration

Is access to the database free of charge?

Yes, access to the database is free of charge.

Brief description of content

The database contains legislation of the Czech Republic in Czech.

Last update: 17/04/2018

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