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Nombre original: Zákon č. 582/1991 Sb., o organizaci a provádění sociálního zabezpečení
Nombre: Act No. 582/1991 on the organization and implementation of social security.
País: Chequia
Tema(s): Seguridad social
Tipo de legislación: Ley
Adoptado el: 1991
Entry into force:
ISN: CZE-1991-L-85168
Enlace: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=85168&p_lang=es
Bibliografía: Act in Czech, as amended Act in Czech, as amended Podnikatel.cz (www.podnikatel.cz), Informační centrum pro vás business a podnikání., Czech Republic PDF PDF (Consultado el 2010-11-08)
Resumen/cita: Introduction
PART ONE - Introductory provisions (sections 1-3)
PART TWO - The role of the social security authorities and communities in social security (sections 4-16c)
PART THREE - The role of employers' social security
Chapter 1: Repealed (sections 17-35)
Chapter 2: The role of employers in the implementation of pension insurance (sections 35-47)
PART FOUR - The obligations of citizens in the social security (sections 48-53)
PART FIVE - Fines (section 54-54a)
PART SIX - The proceedings in matters of pensions and social security premiums and state employment policy
Chapter 1: Repealed (section 55-80)
Chapter 2: Proceedings of pension matters (section 81-90)
Chapter 3: repealed (section 91-104)
Chapter 4: Proceedings in matters of social security contributions and state employment policy (section 104a-104i)
Chapter 5: Common Provisions on the Management (sections 105-109)
Chapter 6: Proceedings in matters of pension armed forces (sections 110-112)
PART SEVEN - Repealed (section 113-114)
PART EIGHT - Common provisions (section 115-123g)
PART NINE - Transitional and Final Provisions
Chapter 1: Transitional provisions (sections 124-126a)
Chapter 2: Final Provisions (sections 127-134)
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