All rules in this section hold primarily for Czech addresses and names. With elements taken over from foreign languages the rules presented in Foreign words in the text should also (and preferentially) be taken into account.
If the address is written in a syntactically correct way, it is analyzed according to the general rules, i.e. its parts are suspended side by side with the function Adv.
With names of persons, the main part is the family name, the given name as well as all the titles being suspended on it, assigned afun Atr.
If the address does not constitute a syntactic part of the sentence, the following rules obtain:
state - country - privince - region - district - city - quarter (of the city) - street (square, place) - building (hotel, institution, ...) - floor - P.O. Box - section.
Other parts are suspended on the governor and are assigned afun Atr.
The inner structure of the individual parts of the address (name, the governing part and the rest) are analyzed in the usual way (e.g. České Czech as the attribute of republika Republic, Králové is the attribute of Hradec, 13 the attribute of Bořivojova ulice (B. street).
From the above illustrations it follows that an abbreviation may also act as the governor, if the name is not in the corresponding morphemic case; this is done in order to meet the conditions of grammatical agreement or government (e.g. of a preposition). However, such an instance is never classified as an apposition.