497/1990 Coll. the CONSTITUTIONAL ACT of 16 November 1990 on the return of the property of Socialist Youth, the people of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic Socialist Youth Union was considered a "close comrade" While the Party of Czechoslovakia, it was in their activities and reports it to prepare its members to join the Party While. As a result, it was involved in any unauthorized benefits that and While Party usurped. And the partial elimination of the consequences of this state of the Federal Assembly resolved as follows: § 1 Enterprises, economic and specialized units of the Union of Young, the successor of the Socialist Youth Union, moving the effective date of this Act, the line without compensation that state ownership-Czech and Slovak Federal Republic. section 2 (1) of the Association of the young, their bodies and organizational units are required within 30 days of the effective date of this Constitutional Act that the issue of state-Czech and Slovak Federal Republic immovable and movable property, cash and other property rights, other than the property referred to it in section 1 of this Act, a Line which was the former Socialist Youth Union held on 31 December 1989. In the case of real estate, writes from the effective date of this Constitutional Act in the register of real estate as the owner of the Czech and Slovak Federative Republic. (2) Paragraph 1 shall not apply to immovable and movable property, monies and property rights, to which they had the right to manage the basic organization of the former Socialist Youth Union. (3) Paragraph 1 shall not apply to movable property forming part of the office and similar equipment, the purchase price does not exceed 5.000 crowns. (4) Unless things and property rights that referred to in paragraph 1 of the date of this Constitutional Act held by the Union of Young, its bodies and organizational units, the Association of Young obliged it to issue within 30 days of the effective date of the constitutional law of the Czech and Slovak state-the Federal Republic the sum of money corresponding to the price of such items or property rights as at 31 December 1989 unless the belongings and property rights , which were issued under the state before the effective date of this Constitutional Act. (5) The provisions of paragraph 4 shall not apply to cases of financial resources and property rights, which are held by the Pioneer organization. (6) The provisions of paragraph 4 shall not apply to cases of financial resources and property rights, which are free of charge transferred to the ownership of other persons with the permission of the Federal Ministry of Finance. ^ 1), § 3 of the Government of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic, adjusted, after consultation with the Government of the Czech Republic as the Government of the Slovak Republic and the details of the procedure for the implementation of sections 1 and 2 of section 4 of The Government of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic, in agreement with the Government of the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic provides for the division of assets are to be used exclusively for the needs of children and youth. section 5 of the effective date of this Constitutional Act on the Union of Young Pioneer organization, their bodies and organizational units not covered by the statutory measure of the Federal Assembly no. 177/1990 Coll., On some of the measures concerning the property of political parties, political movements and social organizations, as amended. section 6 of The Constitutional Act does not apply to real property owned by the State, which were based on economic agreements submitted free of Socialist Youth Union for permanent use. ^ 2) section 7 of The Constitutional Act comes into force on 1 January 1991. Havel Dubcek vr vr vr Čalfa 1) § 1 par 4 of the statutory measure of the Bureau of the Federal Assembly no. 177/1990 Coll., on some of the measures concerning the property of political parties, political movements and social organizations, as amended. 2) section 70 of the Economic Code (full text published as no. 80/1989 Coll.).