of 24 July 2003. May 2006
on the activities of institutions for occupational retirement provision
Change: 248/2008 Sb.
Change: 281/2009 Sb.
Change: 260/2011 Sb.
Change: 336/2014 Sb.
Change: 205/2015 Sb.
Parliament has passed the following Act of the United States:
PART THE FIRST
The subject of the edit
(1) this Act incorporates the relevant provisions of the European Union ^ 1) and
and) conditions the operation of occupational pensions
institutions based in the Czech Republic,
(b)) the operation of occupational pensions institutions
occupational pension schemes, which have been granted an authorisation to
This activity in another Member State of the European Union than the Czech Republic
or another State which is a Contracting Party to the agreement on the European
economic area, in the territory of the Czech Republic,
c) supervision over the activities of these institutions in the territory of the Czech Republic.
(2) this Act does not apply to sickness insurance, pension
insurance, health insurance, pension insurance,
State contribution and life insurance under special laws
Definition of terms
In this Act shall mean the
and institutions) of institutions for occupational retirement provision, regardless of
in its legal form, which is
1. operated on the principle of the funded business, 2. established separately
from any contributor or industry association of contributors for
the purpose of providing retirement benefits in the context of the employment
individuals on the basis of an agreement or a contract agreed individually
or collectively between the employer or employers, and more
employee, or more employees or their competent
representatives, or agreed with the self-employed, and
carries out activities directly arising therefrom, and
3. authorised in the home Member State in accordance with its legislation,
(b)) institutions based in the Czech Republic, the institution for occupational retirement provision
the pension scheme, which is operated and established in similar
conditions, as referred to in point (a)) points 1 and 2,
(c)) by the Member State, the Member State of the European Union or of another State which is a
Contracting Party to the agreement on the European economic area,
(d)) the home Member State by another Member State than the Czech Republic, in the
which the institution is situated, or, if it does not have a registered office, its main administrative
(e)) the host Member State by another Member State than the Czech Republic,
whose social and labour legislation for the area of occupational
pension insurance shall apply to the relationship between the contributor and
f) competent authority of the Member State under the legislation of
legislation of that State exercises supervision over the activities of the institutions and other
activities in occupational pensions,
g) contributor to legal person or natural person-entrepreneur
as the employer pays contributions into an institution for occupational pensions
insurance for the benefit of its employees, or for your benefit, if the
the employer of a self-employed person,
h) participant in the natural person whose employer is the contributor and
whose occupational activities authorizing him or will entitle him/her to
retirement benefits in accordance with the pension scheme of the institution,
where appropriate, self-employed, if the contributor and to
It authorizes retirement benefits or pensions will entitle
Plan of the institution,
I) recipient of the physical person receiving retirement benefits,
j) pension plan contract, an agreement, a trust deed or other
the rules of the institution setting out that retirement benefits are of
occupational pension schemes granted and under which conditions,
k) pension benefits benefits paid from the occupational pension
insurance subject to conditions laid down in the pension plan,
l) biometric risks risks linked to death, disability and
THE ACTIVITIES OF INSTITUTIONS FOR OCCUPATIONAL RETIREMENT PROVISION FROM OTHER
THE MEMBER STATES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION OR OTHER STATES THAT ARE CONTRACTING
PARTY TO THE AGREEMENT ON THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA, ON THE TERRITORY OF THE UNITED
Of the REPUBLIC of
The competent authority in the Czech Republic
(1) the competent authority in the Czech Republic pursuant to this part of the law is
The Czech National Bank.
(2) the Czech National Bank in the exercise of its jurisdiction under this part
the law works with the Ministry of labour and Social Affairs, in
matters falling within its competence.
Information obligations of the Czech National Bank
The Czech National Bank
and shall communicate to the competent authority) the home Member State within the time limit 2
months from the date on which it received the information about the intent of the institution
operate occupational pension insurance in the Czech Republic, including
the main characteristics of the pension scheme and the designation of a particular
1. the requirements of the legislation of the United States relating to the
occupational pension insurance,
2. information on the investment limits that apply to the activities of
institutions in the Czech Republic,
3. the scope of information that the institution is obliged to provide to the participants and
recipients in the Czech Republic,
(b)) shall inform the competent authorities of other Member States on important
changes to the laws of the United States relating to the
occupational pension insurance,
(c)) shall inform the competent authority of the home Member State that
the institution has violated the obligation laid down by the law of the Czech
the Republic relating to the operation of the occupational pension
d) cooperates with the competent authorities of the other Member States and the Commission
Of the European communities in the field of operation of the occupational
pension insurance and provides them with information relating to the negotiations
institutions on the territory of the Czech Republic,
e) maintains a list of institutions that operate in the Czech Republic pension
plans, and the competent authorities of the Member States that these institutions in
the home Member State. the list is publicly available in a manner
allowing remote access.
The activity of the institution in the territory of the Czech Republic
(1) the institution may carry on business in the Czech Republic, if the
and she has been granted authorisation) by the competent authority of the home Member
State to engage in occupational pension schemes, and
(b)), the Czech National Bank has informed the competent authority of the home Member
State in accordance with paragraph 4 (b). and) or expiry of the period referred to in section 4 (b). and).
(2) the Institutions referred to in paragraph 1 shall exercise their activity on the territory of the
The United States, in accordance with the authorization of the activity, legal
the home Member State legislation and the legislation of the Czech Republic
relating to occupational pension insurance.
(3) the Institutions referred to in paragraph 1 may, at the territory of the Czech Republic
operate only with occupational pensions.
(1) the participation of employees ' occupational pensions and
contributors in the Czech Republic is voluntary.
(2) the pension plans of institutions operating occupational pension
insurance in the Czech Republic must always edit
and the provision of retirement benefits to at least) for the case of achievement
age and death; for in so doing must not be higher than 65
years of age,
(b) the payment of retirement benefits); one of the forms of payment
retirement benefits must be a pension
(c)) the possibility of transferring pension rights from a pension plan to another
institution in the event of termination of employment the participant for contributors, if
by the party concerned so requests; the pension claims of the participant may be when this
shortened transfer just the expenses related to this transfer, and
the types of these expenses must be listed in the pension plan,
(d)) return of contributions paid by the participant in cases where
1. contributions paid whether or not a participant, and participants do not qualify for
pension benefits, or
2. with this return under the terms of the pension plan agrees
participant and contributor.
Information provided to members and beneficiaries
(1) information transmitted to the institutions of the members and beneficiaries in the United
the Republic must be made available at least to the extent appropriate
information obligations provided for in the home Member State.
(2) the institution is required to ensure that each participant in the formation of the participation
on occupational pensions adequate awareness of the
the conditions of the pension scheme, in particular the rights and obligations of all
the parties involved in the pension plan and the financial, technical and
other risks associated with the pension plan. The institution is also required to
inform the participants and beneficiaries of any change to the pension scheme
If this change directly refers to a participant or beneficiary within 2
(3) the institution is obliged to provide to the participants each year data on
and) institution, the companies that have been converted to some of the features
institutions, and the financial situation of the institution,
(b)) the current financial acquired rights of each participant.
(4) at the request of the participant's institution required to provide detailed and
relevant information about
and) the amount of any pension benefits
(b) the amount of pension) benefits in respect of their employment,
(c) modify the transferability of pension rights) to another institution in the
event of termination of employment with the contributors,
d) investment risk, or if the participant participates in, and that information
on the selection of investment options, and the actual investment
portfolio risk exposure and costs related to the investments.
(5) the institution is obliged, at the request of members and beneficiaries
and send them) the annual accounts and the annual report, which covers
to the pension scheme,
(b)) to inform them of the statement of investment-policy principles of the institution;
This requirement shall be considered satisfied if this Declaration is
made available at least at the headquarters of the contributor.
Members and beneficiaries can request on their behalf, to file a contributor.
(6) upon retirement or when other retirement benefits
become due, the institution is required to any beneficiary in writing
provide the necessary information on the pension benefits payable and the
Supervision of the Czech National Bank
(1) the activity of the institution in the territory of the United States is subject to supervision of the Czech
National Bank compliance with the obligations laid down by the legislation of
relating to occupational pension insurance. For this purpose,
the Czech National Bank is entitled to request from the submitting institution
documents and provide information and explanations concerning the
the operation of occupational regimes, in particular the ordinary
financial statements, annual reports, and the investment policy statement
(2) after prior notification of the Czech National Bank is a competent authority of the
the home Member State shall be entitled to perform an on-the-spot
institution which carries on business in the territory of the Czech Republic.
(3) if the competent authority of the home Member State, the institution that
pursuing an activity in the territory of the United States asks Czech National Bank
about synergy when institutions supervision, execution is the Czech National Bank
required to comply with this request.
(4) if the Czech National Bank, the institution that carries out activities
on the territory of the Czech Republic, the Commission infringed the legislation relating to the
occupational pension insurance, without undue delay, about
shall inform the competent authority of the home Member State, the institution, and
referred to the institution within the time limit set by the Czech National Bank
eliminate identified shortcomings.
(5) If an institution does not remove the deficiencies referred to in paragraph 4, the Czech national
the Bank shall request the competent authority of the home Member State, promptly to
has taken the necessary measures to remedy any identified deficiencies.
(6) if the measures adopted by the relevant supervisory authority of the home
Member State, do not lead to deficiencies in the activity of
institution, or if no action is taken, the Czech national
the Bank, then what shall inform the competent authority of the home Member State and in
Depending on the nature of the breach and its severity
and) prohibit the free disposal of assets held by a depositary institution
Investment Fund or to a foreign investment fund established
the territory of the Czech Republic or other body established on the territory of the United
Republic, which carries out similar activities as a depositary, or
(b)) prohibit or restrict the activities of the institution in the territory of the Czech Republic;
information on Prohibitions or restrictions on the activities of the Czech National Bank shall be specified in
list referred to in paragraph 4 (b). (e)).
(1) an institution that prevents or severely impedes the exercise of supervision, the Czech
National Bank that it does not provide the requested assistance under section 8
paragraph. 1, the Czech National Bank may impose a fine up to 500
(2) fined can store up to 6 months from the date when the
(3) in determining the amount of the fine the Czech National Bank is committed to
not in gross disproportionate to the severity of the effect and the importance of the subject
the proceedings; a fine can be imposed repeatedly. The sum of the fines imposed for
the same person may not exceed 2 000 000 CZK.
(4) by imposing a fine is the only person that
to be riot fine is imposed. The first act in the proceedings relating to the imposition of
fine is the issue of the decision. The appeal against the decision on the
Save fine always has suspensory effect.
(5) Finally saved fined may, Czech National Bank
a new decision, waive or reduce. In doing so, the administrative authority shall take into account
in particular, how the person won a fine is imposed, the
their procedural obligations in the further course of the proceedings.
(6) fined selects the Czech National Bank. Income from fines
imposed under this Act shall constitute revenue of the State budget.
Administrative offences of legal persons
(1) the depositary of an investment fund or a foreign investment fund
or other body which freely disposes of the assets of the institution that holds,
and having its registered office in the territory of the Czech Republic, and thus performs a similar
activities as a depositary, is guilty of an administrative offense by that, in contrast
with § 8 para. 6 (a). and disposes of the assets of the institution), which holds.
(2) the institution has committed misconduct by
and) breach of an obligation under section 7, or
b) contrary to section 8 (2). 5 does not remove the identified deficiencies.
(3) for the administrative offence referred to in paragraph 1 or paragraph 2 (b). (b))
to 2 000 000 imposed the administrative offence referred to in paragraph 2 (a).
and the fine to 1 000 000 Czk).
(1) a legal person for an administrative offence is not liable if he proves that
made every effort, that it was possible to require that the infringement of the
a legal obligation is prevented.
(2) in determining the amount of the fine for an administrative offence shall take account of the seriousness of the
the administrative offense, in particular, the way a criminal offence and its consequences, and
the circumstances under which it was committed.
(3) administrative offences under this law are heard at first instance
The Czech National Bank.
(4) the liability of a legal person for an administrative offense shall cease, if the
The Czech National Bank about it did not initiate proceedings within 1 year from the date on which the
It learned, but not later than within 3 years from the date on which it was committed.
(5) penalties for administrative offences under this Act levies the Czech national
the Bank. Income from fines imposed under this Act is the receipt of the State
THE CONDITIONS OF OPERATION OF OCCUPATIONAL PENSIONS
(1) the operation of occupational pensions institutions
based in the Czech Republic must be authorised by the authority which is intended
carry out monitoring under this part of the Act (hereinafter "the supervisory authority").
This institution must subsequently be included in a list of institutions based
in the Czech Republic, which also lists all the Member States, in
where the institution is based in the Czech Republic operates. Supervisory authority
shall inform the European insurance and
occupational pensions ^ 2).
(2) the sole object of which the institution is based in the Czech Republic
is the operation of occupational pension schemes and the
(3) the institution is based in the Czech Republic must be driven by persons
that are credible and have the training and experience necessary for the
management of the institution. In the case that these people do not have sufficient technical
education and practice, this institution is obliged to employ consultants who
meet these conditions. To determine the trust achieved professional
education and experience required to apply by analogy the law regulating
the insurance industry.
(4) the pension plan institutions based in the Czech Republic must comply with the
the conditions referred to in paragraph 6 and each participant with him must be demonstrably
familiar. The participant must be sufficiently informed of the conditions
the pension scheme, in particular the rights and obligations of persons involved
pension plan and the financial, technical and other risks associated
with the pension scheme and on the nature and distribution of those risks.
(5) institutions based in the Czech Republic must comply with the information
obligations to the members and beneficiaries set out in section 7 (2). 2 to 6
(6) the institution is based in the Czech Republic must prepare and at least
once every 3 years to review a written investment policy statement
policy. This statement must, without delay, if any
major changes to its investment policy. The policy statement
investment policy provides information, in particular on the
and the methods of evaluation of the investment risk),
(b) risk management procedures),
(c) the strategic placement of assets) with regard to the nature and duration of the
(7) institutions based in the Czech Republic must observe the proper
Administrative and accounting procedures and internal control mechanisms
appropriate to the nature of its activities.
(8) the institution is based in the Czech Republic, it draws up the annual accounts
accounts and annual reports taking into account each pension scheme
under the law governing accounting. The annual financial statements and information
in the annual report must be complete and clearly drawn up and approved by the
persons responsible for the management of the institution.
(9) the contributor must be a distinct legal entity or business physical
a person from an institution based in the Czech Republic. The assets of the institution
based in the Czech Republic does not fall into the estate of the contributor, in
the event of its bankruptcy.
(10) the contributor may not guarantee for the payment of retirement benefits.
Supervisory authority is authorised to
and request the institution) located in the Czech Republic the granting of
information on all matters relating to its activities or forward
all documents relating to its activities and contact with such
the applications also on the Board of Directors and other persons responsible for the
management of the institution, based in the Czech Republic,
b) to supervise relationships between the institution based in the United
Republic and other companies or between institutions based in the United
Republic of each other, if the transfer tasks to other legal
persons or institutions based in the Czech Republic and if these relationships
influencing the financial situation of the institution, based in the Czech Republic, or
they are a material way relevant for effective supervision,
(c)), request the institution based in the Czech Republic the granting of
regular statement of investment policy principles, track
adequacy of the procedures carried out by the institution of the credit and
to evaluate the use of references to credit ratings issued by the credit rating agencies in
its investment policy,
(d)) to require from institutions based in the Czech Republic the granting of
the annual accounts and annual reports, and all the documents necessary
for the purposes of monitoring; These documents may include internal preliminary
reports, actuarial valuations and detailed assumptions, the study of
assets and liabilities, the evidence of consistency with the investment-policy principles,
evidence of contributions, reports of persons responsible for
the audit of the annual accounts,
(e) the institution to perform inspection activities) with a registered office in the Czech Republic
its premises and, in the case of the delegated tasks, checks that are
activities are carried out in accordance with the law.
section 10 c
(1) the Supervisory Authority is entitled to against the institution based in the United
Republic and against persons in its leadership to take all measures
including administrative and financial nature that are suitable and necessary
to prevent or remedy the irregularities affecting the interests of the participants
(2) the Supervisory Authority is entitled to restrict or prohibit the free disposal of the
the assets of the institutions based in the Czech Republic, in particular in cases where the
This institution has failed to establish sufficient technical provisions to the obligations of
business or has insufficient assets to cover the technical provisions,
or does not have regulatory capital.
(3) the Supervisory Authority is in the interest of the participants and beneficiaries
shall be entitled to convert part or all of the powers of the persons operating
the institution is based in the Czech Republic the powers.
(4) the Supervisory Authority may prohibit or restrict the operation of the institution
based in the Czech Republic, in particular if this institution
and) protect adequately the interests of members and beneficiaries,
b) fulfils the conditions for its operation,
c) fails seriously in its obligations under the rules that apply to
It is subject,
(d)) in the case of cross-border activity does not comply with the requirements of social and
labour legislation of the host Member State applicable to the
(5) the decision referred to in paragraph 4, the supervisory authority shall notify the
The European insurance and occupational pensions
§ 10 d
(1) an institution based in the Czech Republic establishes the obligations of its
technical provisions in pension plans.
(2) adequate technical provisions creates for all pension plans,
They provide cover against biometric risks and/or guarantee either yield
investment, or the amount of benefits.
(3) the calculation of technical provisions and shall confirm the actuary
each year, on the basis of actuarial methods. Actuary
must be the person registered in the list of responsible of Actuaries
under the law governing the insurance industry.
(4) the calculation of technical provisions shall be carried out according to the following principles:
and the minimum amount of the technical reserves) are calculated by a sufficiently
prudent actuarial valuation, taking all
commitments for benefits and for contributions in accordance with the pension plans
institutions, which amount must be sufficient to
continue to pay the pensions and benefits already paid to beneficiaries and to
reflect the obligations resulting from the growing pension rights
participants; the economic and actuarial assumptions chosen for the
evaluation of the liabilities shall also elect a prudently taking account of the
reasonable size negative variations,
(b)) the maximum interest rates represent the maximum technical interest rate
set by the Czech National Bank under the law governing
the insurance sector, taking into account the yield on the corresponding assets
held by the institution and the future investment returns or the market proceeds
Government bonds or bonds of high quality,
(c)) the biometric tables used for calculating the technical provisions are
based on the precautionary principle with regard to the main characteristics of the
groups of participants and pension plans, and in particular the expected changes in the
(d) the method and basis of calculation) of technical provisions shall in General from one
the accounting period on the other do not change, if there are differences, however, can be
justified by a change of legal, demographic or economic circumstances,
the assumptions on which they are based.
(5) institutions based in the Czech Republic is obliged to permanently possess
sufficient and appropriate assets to cover the technical provisions for all
operated by pension plans.
(6) in the event that the institution is based in the Czech Republic does not fulfil
the obligation referred to in paragraph 5, the supervisory authority shall be entitled to authorise the
the adoption of a recovery plan in order to ensure compliance with the requirements referred to in paragraph
5. The recovery plan must meet the following requirements:
and) institutions based in the Czech Republic creates a specific plan to
Re-establish the required amount of assets to cover fully the technical
provisions in due time, and introduces participants to the plan, or
(b)) in developing the recovery plan shall take into account the specific situation of
the institution is based in the Czech Republic, in particular, to the structure of assets and
liability, risk profile, liquidity plan, the age profile of the members
entitled to receive retirement benefits, the newly developed plans and plans
the previous schemes and schemes based on nekapitálovém or just
partly capital on full funding,
c) institutions based in the Czech Republic is obliged to in the event of termination of the
the pension scheme at a time when it has been enabled by the recovery plan, create a procedure to
transfer of the assets and the corresponding liabilities to another financial institution or
a similar body, this procedure together with information about their
communicate to the supervisor of a pension scheme and a general description of the procedure in the
accordance with the principles of confidentiality to make available to the participants, or their
(7) in the case of cross-border activity must be technical provisions for
all operated by pension plans fully funded. If these
conditions are not met, the supervisory authority shall proceed in accordance with § 10 c.
(1) an institution based in the Czech Republic in the case that provides
guarantee the liability to cover against biometric risk, or guarantees a particular
return on investment or a given level of benefits, must be permanently available, additional
the assets above the technical provisions to serve as a countervailing
reserve. The amount of these assets reflects the type of risks and the status of assets for all
operated by pension plans. These assets shall not be loaded with
foreseeable liabilities and serve as a reserve for the removal of the derogations
between the expected and actual expenditure and profits.
(2) for the purposes of calculating the minimum amount of the additional assets, the analogy
the rules laid down by law governing the insurance industry.
(1) an institution based in the Czech Republic invests in accordance with
the precautionary principle, taking
and the assets shall be invested) having regard to the best benefit of the participants and
beneficiaries; in the event of a possible conflict of interests shall ensure that the institution is based in the
The Czech Republic or entity which manages its portfolio, in order to
investments are carried out solely in the interests of members and beneficiaries,
(b)) the assets shall be invested in such a way as to ensure the safety,
quality, liquidity and profitability of the portfolio,
(c)) the assets shall be invested mainly in regulated markets and investment in
assets which are not admitted to trading on a regulated financial
markets must in any event be kept to prudent levels,
d) investments in financial derivatives are possible, if they contribute to
a reduction of investment risks or facilitate efficient portfolio management,
It must be carefully assessed, taking into account the underlying assets and must
be included in the evaluation of the assets of the institutions; the institution is based in the United
the Republic must not expose excessive risk, on the one
counterparties and other operations with financial derivatives,
(e)) the assets shall be properly diversified so as to avoid excessive
reliance on any particular asset, issuer or group of
undertakings and accumulations of risk in the portfolio as a whole,
f) investment in assets of the same issuer or by issuers belonging to the
the same group may not institution based in the Czech Republic to issue
excessive concentration of risk,
g) investment in the sponsoring undertaking shall be no more than 5%
of the portfolio, and if the sponsoring undertaking belongs to a group,
investment in the undertakings belonging to the same group as
the sponsoring undertaking shall not be more than 10% of the portfolio,
(h)) to the institution contributes with its registered office in the Czech Republic,
It should be an investment in these sponsoring undertakings carried out with caution
and must be suitable taking account of the need for diversification,
I) assets held to cover the technical provisions shall also be invested
in a manner appropriate to the nature and duration of the expected future retirement
j) investment policy should not be based only on an exclusive or
mechanical reliance on credit ratings issued by the credit rating agencies.
(2) the institution is based in the Czech Republic must not accept a loan or
Act as a guarantor of third parties. The loan is permitted only on grounds of
liquidity, and it only as long as necessary.
(3) the institution is based in the Czech Republic may invest
and) up to 70% of the assets covering the technical provisions or of the whole portfolio
for plans in which participants bear the investment risks in shares,
negotiable securities treated as shares,
and bonds issued by companies that are admitted to trading on a
(b)) up to 30% of the assets covering technical provisions in assets denominated in
currencies other than the currency in which the liabilities are expressed,
(c)) on the capital markets.
§ 10 g
(1) an institution based in the Czech Republic, which wants to be financed
an undertaking established in another Member State, must have prior authorization
supervisory authority. Supervisory authority shall immediately inform on granting of this
enable the European insurance and occupational pensions
(2) its intention to accept financial contributions from a company established in another
Member State must be notified in advance of supervisor.
(2) in the notice referred to in paragraph 2 shall be an institution based in the United
Republic of the following information:
a) the host Member State host Member States, or
(b) the name of the sponsoring undertaking),
(c)) the main characteristics of the pension scheme to be operated for
the sponsoring undertaking.
(4) if the supervisory authority has no reason to doubt that the internal
the structure of the institution is based in the Czech Republic, its financial situation,
the good repute and professional qualifications and practice leading people are
compatible with the activities proposed in the host Member State,
shall, within 3 months after receipt of all the information referred to in paragraph 3 of these
information to the competent authorities of the host Member State and subsequently
inform the institution based in the Czech Republic.
§ 10 h
Institutions for occupational retirement provision must not be in the territory of the United
AMENDMENT OF THE ACT ON PUBLIC HEALTH INSURANCE
Act No. 48/1997 Coll., on public health insurance and amending and
certain related laws, as amended by Act No. 242/1997
Coll., Act No. 2/1998 Coll., Act No. 125/1998 Coll., Act No. 225/1999
Coll., Act No. 363/1999 Coll., Act No. 18/2000 Coll., Act No. 132/2000
Coll., Act No. 155/2000 Coll., the Constitutional Court declared under no.
167/2000 Coll., Act No. 220/2000 Coll., Act No. 258/2000 Coll., Act No.
458/2000 Coll., Act No. 176/2002 Coll., Act No. 198/2002 Coll., Act No.
285/2002 Coll., Act No. 309/2002 Coll., Act No. 320/2002 Coll., Act No.
222/2003 Coll., Act No. 274/2003 Coll., Act No. 361/2003 Coll., Act No.
424/2003 Coll., Act No. 422/2003 Coll., Act No. 461/2003 Coll., Act No.
85/2004 Coll., Act No. 359/2004 Coll., Act No. 422/2004 Coll., Act No.
436/2004 Coll., Act No. 435/2004 Coll., Act No. 127/2005 Coll., Act No.
168/2005 Coll., Act No. 251/2005 Coll., Act No. 350/2005 Coll., Act No.
361/2005 Coll., Act No. 47/2006 Coll., Act No. 109/2006 Coll., Act No.
112/2006 Coll., Act No. 115/2006 Coll., Act No. 165/2006 Coll., Act No.
189/2006 Coll., Act No. 216/2006 Coll. and Act No. 245/2006, is amended
Under section 22 shall be added to § 22a, which including the title reads as follows:
Special care-palliative care inpatient
Palliative and symptomatic treatment of persons in the Terminal State
provided in special inpatient Hospice facilities type. ".
The EFFECTIVENESS of the
This Act shall take effect on the date of its publication.
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Selected provisions of the novel
Article. (II) Act No. 248/2008 Sb.
1. the administrative proceedings initiated before the date of entry into force of this Act shall be
According to present regulations. completes
2. fines recovery gap until the date of entry into force of this Act, enforced by the
the competent Customs Office.
1) directive of the European Parliament and of the Council 2003/41/EC of 3 June 2003. June
2003 on the activities of institutions for occupational retirement provision and
supervision over them. European Parliament and Council directive 2010/78/EU
24 September. November 2010, amending Directive 98/26/EC, 2002/87/EC,
2003/6/EC, 2003/41/EC, 2003/71/EC, 2004/39/EC, 2004/109/EC, 2005/60/EC,
2006/48/EC, 2006/49/EC, and 2009/65/EC with regard to the competence of the European
supervisory authority (European banking authority), the authority
supervision (European insurance and occupational pensions
insurance) and the European supervisory authority (European securities
Securities and markets), as amended by the directive of the European Parliament and of the Council
2) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) no 1094/2010 of 24.
November 2010 on the establishment of a European supervisory authority (European
insurance and occupational pensions), amending
decision No 716/2009/EC and repealing Commission decision 2009/79/EC.