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Borders – cooperation, disputes, overlaps

(Department of the History of the State and Law)

The task of borders is to delimit extent and range of rights in relation to others. Therefore they are the place, where neighbours meet, regardless of whether they are states or private persons. These meetings can be positive and lead to cooperation. There are often conflicts and disputes, especially about determination where the borderline exactly leads. This is also related to the issue of border protection and security. The legal-archeological dimension is for example the question of border marking. However, sometimes there may also be overlaps of rights over those borders – such as e.g. land servitudes. Finally, the border does not always have to be physical ones delimiting territory, but also figurative ones – e. g. boundaries between individual institutes or legal scores.

Scientific Guarantor:
prof. JUDr. Ladislav Vojáček, CSc.
Organizational Guarantor:
doc. JUDr. Pavel Salák, Ph.D.
Contact e-mail:
Slovak, Czech
Publication Output:
reviewed proceedings (e-book)