For The Return Of Property To The People Of The Communist Party Of Czechoslovakia

Original Language Title: o navrácení majetku KSČ lidu ČSFR

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496/1990 Coll.



CONSTITUTIONAL LAW



of 16 December 2002. November 1990



about the return of the assets of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia and the Czech people

Slovak Federal Republic



After the takeover of power in 1948, was considered by the Communist Party

Czechoslovakia State for their ownership, and with the property of all the people

they were treated as its own. To a partial removal of the consequences of this

the State of the Federal Assembly decided as follows:



§ 1



(1) the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia, the Communist Party of Slovakia-

Party of the democratic left and the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, their

authorities and branches are obliged, within 30 days from the effective date

This constitutional act to issue State-the Czech and Slovak Federal

Republic real estate property and movable assets, cash resources and property

the law, which was the former Communist Party of Czechoslovakia in the possession of the

31. December 1989. In the case of immovable, writing from the effectiveness of the

This constitutional act in the register of real estate as their owner

Czech and Slovak Federal Republic.



(2) the provisions of paragraph 1 shall not apply to movable property forming part of the

Office furniture and the like, the acquisition price was not

more than 5000 Crowns.



(3) if they are not things and property rights referred to in paragraph 1 on the date

the effectiveness of this constitutional law held by the political parties listed

in paragraph 1, or of their authorities, and organizational components, these

the political parties are obliged to issue within 30 days from the effective date of this

the Constitutional Act of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic

a sum of money corresponding to the price of such goods or property rights to

31. in December 1989, when it's not about things or property rights, that

were the State already issued before the date of effectiveness of this constitutional law.



(4) the provisions of paragraph 3 shall not apply to things, cash resources and

property rights that were transferred to the ownership of the other free of charge

people with the permission of the Federal Ministry of finance. ^ 1)



§ 2



Businesses and farms Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia,

The Communist Party of Slovakia-Party of the democratic left and

Communist Party of Czechoslovakia ^ 2) the effective date of this

constitutional law, without compensation to the ownership of the State-the Czech and Slovak

Federal Republic.



§ 3



(1) ^ 3) Records in the possession of political parties referred to in paragraph 1 of the

paragraph. 1 moving the effective date of this constitutional law without compensation

the ownership of the State-the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic, whether they are

stored in your own archives of these political parties or elsewhere.



(2) other written, Visual, aural, and other records that have resulted from

the activities of the former Communist Party of Czechoslovakia to 30. November

1989, which with its activities at this time and are related to or in

This time ran out and that are owned by political parties listed

in section 1 (1). 1, the effective date of this constitutional law without

compensation to the ownership of the State-the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic.



(3) political parties referred to in § 1 (1). 1, their authorities and business

folders are required to the records referred to in paragraph 1 and of the records referred to in

paragraph 2 to pass within 30 days of the effectiveness of the constitutional law



the central State Archive) in Prague, they relate to the activities of the

the former Central Committee of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia,



(b) the national central archive) of the Slovak Republic, if they relate to

the activities of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Slovakia,



(c) to the competent State district archive), as they relate to the activities of the

authorities, organisations and organisational components of the former Communist Party

Czechoslovakia (Communist Party of Slovakia) operating in the territorial

the perimeter of the State regional archives.



§ 4



The Government of the Czech and Slovak Federative Republic, in agreement with the Government adjusts

The United States and the Government of the Slovak Republic, the details of and procedure for

the implementation of this constitutional law.



§ 5



From the effective date of the Constitutional Act on political parties

referred to in § 1 (1). 1 does not apply to the statutory measures of the Bureau

The Federal Assembly no. 177/1990 Coll., on some measures

relating to the assets of political parties, political movements and

social organizations, in the wording of later regulations.



§ 6



This constitutional law shall not apply to immovable property owned by the

the State, which has been under economic contract cast free of charge

The Communist Party of Czechoslovakia into permanent use. ^ 4)



§ 7



This constitutional law shall take effect on 1 January 2000. January 1991.



Havel v.r.



DUBČEK v.r.



Čalfa v.r.



1) § 1 (1). 4 the legal measures of the Bureau of the Federal Assembly

No 177/1990 Coll., on certain measures relating to assets

political parties, political movements and social organizations, in

as amended.



2) § 102 of the marketing code (full text published under Act No. 80/1989

SB.).



section 7 of the Act No. 15/1990 Coll. on political parties.



3) the law of the Czech National Council No. 97/1974 Coll. on archives.



The Slovak National Council Act No 149/1975 Coll., on the archives.



4) section 70 of the marketing code (full text published under Act No. 80/1989

SB.).



Regulation of the Government of the Czech and Slovak Federative Republic No. 212/1990 Coll.

the withdrawal of the immovable property of the State in a persistent use of Communist Party

Czechoslovakia.