Environmentální obecně závazné vyhlášky obcí.
|Year of publication||2015|
|Type||Appeared in Conference without Proceedings|
|Description||The author reflects on selected aspects of the role of municipalities within its independent jurisdiction, concretely the municipality as a legislator on the municipal level in issuing environmental generally binding municipal ordinances. Whether it is a fundamental assumption for legislative process of municipalities as an expression of principle of local self-government, definition of the basic legislation, generally both procedural and substantive requirements of generally binding municipal ordinances, the description of the importance of the supervising function and consequently the relevance of case law or introduction of the four-step test in the review of generally binding ordinances. Aforesaid is partly demonstrated on real examples generally binding regulations. With regard to the municipalities entrusted competences the municipalities should perceive the environmental protection as a tool for municipality development and with respect to it do not consider this statutory provision as a brake for municipal development. Municipalities should access the communal legislative process as an important tool for environmental protection.|