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Okoljska škoda in Rimska uredba II
Laura Urbančič, 2017, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: Cilj diplomske naloge je razdelati člen 7 Rimske uredbe II na posamezne problemske sklope znotraj te določbe ter vsak sklop preučiti. S tem se doseže jasna razmejitev uporabe člena 7 Rimske uredbe II od drugih relevantnih členov, pod katere lahko subsumiramo konkretno dejansko stanje, da ugotovimo, katere okoliščine so tiste, ki v takšnih primerih določajo uporabo ustrezne določbe. Pogosto prihaja do dilem ravno pri členu 7 Rimske uredbe II in členu 5 Rimske uredbe II o odgovornosti za proizvode, saj je veliko primerov, ko okoljska škoda nastane ravno zaradi napake izdelka. Z analizo koncepta okoljske škode znotraj določbe člena 7 Rimske uredbe II se doseže boljše razumevanje same določbe, ker se omeji domet situacij, ki spadajo pod okoljsko škodo. S pomočjo sodnih odločb Sodišča EU s področja mednarodne pristojnosti v Bruseljski uredb I, ki se uporabljajo tudi pri razlagi pojmov iz Rimske uredbe II, ugotovimo, da posredna škoda ni pomembna pri določanju kraja, kjer je škoda nastala in skladno s tem pravo države, kjer je škoda nastala. Skladno s tem posredne škode iz člena 7 Rimske uredbe II ne smemo preširoko razlagati, saj bi to vodilo v absurdnost.
Keywords: okoljska škoda, Rimska uredba II, nepogodbena obveznost, lex specialis, škodni dogodek, posredna škoda.
Published: 27.10.2017; Views: 493; Downloads: 79
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Formal boundaries of Slovenian law
Bojan Tičar, 2018, review article

Abstract: Purpose: The article is primarily intended for foreign exchange students (e.g. students participating in the Erasmus+ programme) at the Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security of the University of Maribor studying how Slovenia regulates the field of criminal justice and security. The article deals with the formal boundaries of Slovenian law mostly from the viewpoint of the legal order in force in the country. Readers will learn how the Slovenian legal order functions, which general acts are adopted by the state and which by local bodies, the rules governing their application, and the relationships between them, as well as the way EU law is applied in Slovenia. Design/Methods/Approach: The article is a review article based on a descriptive analytical method and linguistic interpretation of the relevant regulations. The author also applies a historical method – primarily by presenting the Roman law perspective on legal concepts – as well as teleological and legal philosophical methods in defining legal concepts. Findings: The article examines fundamental legal institutions. The author establishes the attitude of writers in the fields of the theory of law and critical jurisprudence regarding the definitions of key legal concepts and phenomena. The article concludes with Kant’s remark that lawyers are still seeking a definition of their concept of law (Perenič, 2007). Research Limitations / Implications: The article is short. The legal definitions are occasionally simplified which, however, is not to the reader’s disadvantage. In some instances, the author attempts to simplify complicated legal concepts with the objective of making the study of other subjects in the field of criminal justice and security easier for the reader and to provide a clear foundation for a basic understanding of the categorical apparatus in law. Practical Implications: The article has practical value for foreign, English-speaking students who, generally, are not students of law, but need a basic understanding of the fundamental legal concepts useful in most social science research. The definitions of the concepts are appropriate and contemporary and thereby contribute to better understanding of the field. Originality/Value: The article is a review article and therefore its originality is limited. The author namely does not establish any new scientific findings, but summarises and defines already known concepts. The article’s original value is that the author presents fundamental legal concepts and definitions in a readable and easy-to-digest manner that the reader can easily remember. The definitions of the legal concepts addressed in the article are precise and useful and will serve the reader in further study or research.
Keywords: law, legal order, morality, classification of law, sources of law, legal norm, statute, lex specialis
Published: 20.04.2020; Views: 169; Downloads: 10
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