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Name: Act No. 300/2005 Criminal Code.
Country: Slovakia
Subject(s): Criminal and penal law
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2005-07-02
Entry into force:
Published on: Zbierka zakonov, 2005-07-02, Ciastka 129, pp. 3002-3090
ISN: SVK-2005-L-72646
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=72646&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Zbierka zakonov, 2005-07-02, Ciastka 129, pp. 3002-3090
Abstract/Citation: PART ONE - GENERAL (1)
CHAPTER I: Application of the law and basics of penal responsibility
Division 1: Penal Code and its application (2-7)
Division 2: Basics of penal responsibility (8-30)
CHAPTER II: Sanctions
Division 1: Types of sanctions (31-33)
Division 2: Basic principles of application of sanctions (34-45)
Division 3: Application and serving of different penalties (46-65)
Division 4: Conditional end of certain penalties (66-72)
Division 5: Protective measures (73-83)
CHAPTER III: Lifting of wrongfulness (84-93)
CHAPTER IV: Special provisions on prosecution of minors
Division 1: Penal responsibility (94-95)
Division 2: Lifting of wrongfullness (96)
Division 3: Application of sanctions and educational measures for minors (97-101)
Division 4: Protective education (102-105)
Division 5: Educational measures (106-108)
Division 6: Penalties (109-121)
CHAPTER V: Explanation of notions
Division 1: General notions (122-137)
Division 2: Special notions of qualification (138-143)

PART TWO: SPECIAL PART
CHAPTER I: Crimes against life and health
Division 1: Crimes against life (144-154)
Division 2: Crimes against health (155-160)
Division 3: Crimes threatening life and health (161-178)
CHAPTER II: Crimes against freedom and human dignity
Division 1: Crimes against freedom (179-198)
Division 2: Crimes against human dignity (199-203)
CHAPTER III: Crimes against family and youth (204-211)
CHAPTER IV: Crimes against property (212-249)
CHAPTER V: Economic crimes
Division 1: Crimes threatening market economy (250-258)
Division 2: Crimes against economic discipline (259-269)
Division 3: Crimes against the currency and taxes (270-280)
Division 4: Crimes against industrial rights and right of author (281-283)
CHAPTER VI: Crimes of public danger and against environment
Division 1: Crimes of public danger (284-299)
Division 2: Crimes against environment (300-310)
CHAPTER VII: Crimes against the Republic
Division 1: Crimes against the foundations of the Republic (311-317)
Division 2: Crimes against the security of the Republic (318-320)
CHAPTER VIII: Crimes against the order in public affairs
Division 1: Crimes against execution of competence of public organs (321-325)
Division 2: Crimes of public organs (326-327)
Division 3: Corruption (328-336)
Division 4: Some forms of criminal complicity (337-341)
Division 5: Other forms of hindering the activity of public organs (342-358)
CHAPTER IX: Crimes against other rights and freedoms (359-378)
CHAPTER X: Crimes against defence capacity, against civil service, against military service and defence of the country
Division 1: Crimes against the defence capacity ($379-381)
Division 2: Crimes against civil service (382-385)
Division 3: Crimes against military service (386-389)
Division 4: Crimes against the defence of the country (390-392)
CHAPTER XI: Military crimes
Division 1: Crimes against military hierarchy and military honour (393-400)
Division 2: Crimes against the duty of military service (401-406)
Division 3: Crimes against the duty of watch and supervision (407-409)
Division 4: Crimes threatening the capacity to fight (410-415)
Division 5: Common provisions (416)
CHAPTER XII: Crimes against peace, humanity and war crimes
Division 1: Crimes against peace and humanity (417-425)
Division 2: War crimes (426-434)
Division 3: Common provisions (435)

PART THREE - COMMON, TRANSITORY AND FINAL PROVISIONS (436-440)

ANNEX: List of incorporated norms of European Communities and of European Union
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