Umowy cywilnoprawne w szkole - zarys problematyki
Civil Law Contracts in Schools - An Outline
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Civil law contracts are widely used in school practice. It is the school running body which is entitled to entering into such contracts, however in most cases of school practice, school principal is also capable of entering into such contracts. Civil law contracts most of all will find application in dealing with external parties. They are less common in employee relations. This is due to the specificity of teacher’s job, which is characterised by employment relationship, and this excludes the possibility of entering into a civil law contract. However, it is possible to enter into a civil law contract with a teacher so that they can perform additional tasks. It seems that nowadays when cooperation with external parties is becoming more and more relevant, which is facilitated by the new core curriculum, civil law contracts will have wider application.
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