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Original name: Zákon č. 108/2006 Sb., o sociálních sluzbách
Name: Act No. 108/2006 on social services.
Country: Czechia
Subject(s): Social assistance and services
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2006-03-14
Entry into force:
Published on: Sbirka zakonu, 2006-03-31, Castka 37, pp. 1257-1289
ISN: CZE-2006-L-74443
Bibliography: Sbirka zakonu, 2006-03-31, Castka 37, pp. 1257-1289
Act on-line in Czech Act on-line in Czech LORM Společnost pro hluchoslepé, Czech Republic PDF PDF (consulted on 2010-11-08)
Abstract/Citation: Regulates the conditions of granting assistance to persons in difficult social situations. Also regulates the conditions of work of social workers.

First Part: Introductory provisions
Second Part: Benefits
I. Conditions of eligibility for the care benefit
II. Amount of benefits
III. Increase of benefits
IV. Conditions of payment of benefits
V. Payment of benefits
VI. Obligations of benefits claimant, of an authorized person and other persons receiving benefits
VII. Administrative proceeding concerning benefits
VIII. Supervision of the use of benefits
IX. Information system concerning benefits
X. Evaluation of a misuse of the system
Third Part: Social services
I. Types of social services and compensation of expenditures in relation with granting social services
II. Conditions of granting social services
Fourth Part: Inspection
Fifth Part: Silence
Sixth Part: Financing of social services
Seventh Part: Administrative offences
Eighth Part: Conditions to perform the profession of social worker
I. Social worker
II. Further education
III. Accreditation of educational institututions and of their programs
Ninth Part: Conditions for execution of activities in social services
Tenth Part: Common, transitory and final provisions
I. Common provisions
II. Transitory provisions
III. Final provisions
Amending text(s):
Implementing text(s):

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