The Czech Constitutional Court rules that an inspection at the business premises of a company does not require prior judicial authorization (Delta Pekarny)

Introduction On 26 August 2010 the Czech Constitutional Court rendered a judgment whereby it rejected as manifestly ill-founded a constitutional appeal of business company Delta Pekarny (one of the largest companies on the bakery market in the Czech Republic) against the judgment of the Supreme Administrative Court of 29 May 2009, the judgment of the Regional Court in Brno of 27 September 2007, the decision of the Chairman of the Competition Office of 8 November 2006 and the decision of the Competition Office of 27 June 2006. The first instance decision of the Competition Office imposed on Delta Pekarny a financial sanction of CZK 300,000 for obstructing inspection of the Competition Office in the company's business premises carried out in connection with an alleged concerted

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  • Havel, Holasek (Prague)

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Roman Barinka, The Czech Constitutional Court rules that an inspection at the business premises of a company does not require prior judicial authorization (Delta Pekarny), 26 August 2010, e-Competitions August 2010, Art. N° 33217

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