Dept 72 - State Property
The department represents the Ministry as the central administrative office for the privatisation of state property pursuant to Act No 92/1991 Coll. and Act No 178/2005 Coll. It works with the State Property Management Department in establishing policies for the privatisation of state property in accordance with Act No 92/1991 Coll. It implements privatisation decisions issued by the Ministry or the Government and, in cases where the privatisation decision cannot be implemented, it submits a request to amend the privatisation decision issued by the Ministry or the Government to the State Property Management Department. It administers the property of state-owned enterprises or other state organisations that have been dissolved, or any parts of such property that has been removed and transferred to the Ministry in accordance with a privatisation decision. It collects and administers state property and property interests in commercial companies where these have been transferred to the state as a result of a breach of contractual obligations by those acquiring property designated for privatisation under Act No 92/1991 Coll. or on the basis of a court decision. It establishes joint-stock companies and other commercial companies, or contributes to their establishment in accordance with privatisation decisions. It acquires shares based on the state’s participation in commercial businesses and executes the rights and obligations of a shareholder. It addresses issues concerning state aid as these relate to the execution of its rights as a shareholder and within the scope of its competence. It organises the sale of shares from the Department’s portfolio on the capital market. It fulfils its reporting obligations as a security trader in accordance with Act No 256/2004 Coll. and the reporting obligation concerning changes in its share of voting rights pursuant to Act No 90/2012 Coll. It provides a legal service for the privatisation process, maintains a comprehensive agenda of active and passive court cases, receivables and bankruptcies resulting from, or relating to, the privatisation process. The Department also carries out an agenda relating to the management of receivables and property interests, trademarks and passive legal disputes transferred to the Ministry as a result of the termination of the activities of the CCA. It represents the Ministry in judicial and other proceedings relating to activities transferred from the former CCA, with the exception of international and labour law disputes. It coordinates procedures for legal disputes to which the Ministry is a Party and where the Ministry has adopted the rights and obligations of the former CCA, proposes the most appropriate procedure to follow after analysing the progress of legal disputes and, where needed, submits proposals for action to terminate existing and to prevent any future disputes and is responsible for dealing with any passive legal cases associated with the portfolio of the former CCA. It performs tasks associated with the administration of receivables and passive legal disputes transferred to the Ministry as a result of the termination of the activities of the SCP. It also represents the Ministry in other judicial disputes relating to its activities. It handles complaints concerning the procedure for handling requests for information pursuant to Act No 106/1999 Coll.
- 7201 - Property Unit
- 7202 - Methodological Supervision of State Property Management Unit
- 7203 - Transfer of State Property to Third Parties and Privatisation Approval Process Unit
- 7204 - Approval of State Property Disposal Unit I.
- 7205 - Approval of State Property Disposal Unit II.
- 7206 - Legal support Unit
- 7207 - Transferred Asset Management Unit
- 7208 - Sales of Property and Administration of Property Interests Unit