In administrative relations on the one hand public policies are being implemented through public administration and on the other hand they formulate a regulatory framework for administrative procedures for the protection of weaker individuals and social groups in relation to the authorities. The basic reason for the special regulation of the procedures for exercising social security rights is to make it easier and faster to enforce them. The rule of law or obligations is generally governed by a legal entity governed by public law. In social matters these are social insurance institutions or centers for social work which are rarely decided by the authority of a direct state authority.
The master's thesis deals with the area of social security law in terms of the applicability of the principle of material truth in social matters. The thesis also deals with the content of the principle as well as all those fundamental stages of the procedure in which the application of such a principle to the term is applied. The central part of the master's thesis is the delimitation of the administrative procedure in social matters and the social conflict. The main subject of the master's thesis is the analysis of the legislation in relation to the principle of material truth and the definition of the principle and the demonstration of the effect and the possibility of applying the principle of material truth.
The research of the master's thesis confirmed that the public interest in the social field is reflected through the protection of socially weaker social groups also in such a way that the eligible person from the social security system, as soon as possible and easier to exercise the rights from the social security system, which are substantiated by the material regulations. On the basis of interviews conducted with participants in social conflicts it was possible to confirm that the principle of material truth extends to the assertive and evidential offer. In connection with this principle of material truth it restricts rapid decision-making on social security rights, but decisions are therefore more correct.