Currently, if the founder of a school is not a private person or an entrepreneurial subject, his director carries out work in the public interest.
Currently, if the founder of a school is not a private person or an entrepreneurial subject, his director carries out work in the public interest. This is due to the obligation to submit access to the accommodation within 30 days after the entrance of the office and every following year within the legal time limit. If this fails, the director of the director's school will appeal to the law.
This provision is considered very difficult by Mr Žarnay, because in the case of a number of tasks that the head of a school or school has, and especially when he takes office for the first time, there may be a situation where he will not do this. "The team is not only frustrated by all the efforts it has made so far to be able to fill the position of the head of the school or the school facility, but it also complicates the position of the founder who has to start a new selection procedure and prevents the school from works well" argues Žarnay.
His moderation of the hardness of the law lies in the fact that if the director does not have the deadline for submitting the home, the organizer will first warn him. The director then receives a new 30-day time limit for submitting the ownership declaration. If he does not, there is an appeal but no written notice.