Obligations of the Inspection body

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When executing inspection, the Inspection body shall act in such a way that the rights and legally protected interests of the inspected person are not affected.

 

The Inspection body shall:

  • provide prior writing notification to the inspected person about the subject matter of the inspection; if the notification of the inspection before the beginning of execution of the inspection could lead to frustrate of the purpose of inspection or significant obstruction of the inspection execution, the Inspection body may notify the subject matter of inspection immediately prior to executing of inspection,
  • notify in writing about the date and time of the execution of inspection in the period of a minimum ten days prior to executing inspection; if the notification of the beginning of execution of the inspection could lead to frustrate of the purpose of inspection or significant obstruction of the inspection, the Inspection body may notify the beginning of execution of the inspection immediately prior to executing of inspection,
  • before the beginning of execution of the inspection and at any time upon request of the inspected person, show the mandate to execute the inspection and service card,
  • elaborate the minutes of the executing of the inspection minutes,
  • elaborate an inspection protocol with inspection findings (hereafter as “protocol”) or an inspection report,
  • provide inspected person’ statements pursuant to point a) of section 95 in the inspection protocol or inspection report,
  • elaborate minutes on giving an explanation pursuant to point j) of section 93 and point e) of section 94,
  • deliver one copy of the minutes of the execution of the inspection, minutes on giving an explanation, and the inspection protocol or inspection report to the inspected person,
  • confirm to the inspected person in writing the receipt of the original documents or copies of documents, written documentation, copies of storage media and other materials and evidence and ensure their protection against their loss, destruction, damage or their abuse,
  • review the justification of the objections to the inspection findings listed in the protocol and consider the justification of the objection in an annex to the protocol and inform the inspected person,
  • discuss the protocol with the inspected person and elaborate minutes on this discussion.

 

Under section 3 par. 4 of the  Act on the State Language of the Slovak Republic

 

“In official communication with the authorities and legal persons referred to in paragraph 1, a natural person or legal person shall use the state language, unless this Act, separate regulation or an international treaty promulgated in a way set down by law provides otherwise. Any person whose mother tongue is a language that meets the criterion of basic comprehensibility in relation to the state language can use their mother tongue in official communication with the authorities and legal persons referred to in paragraph 1. The authorities and legal persons referred to in subsection 1 shall be obliged to accept any document executed in a language that meets the criterion of basic comprehensibility in relation to the state language, insofar as such document has been issued or super-legalizated by the competent authorities of the Czech Republic.”

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