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Title:PRENOS LASTNINSKE PRAVICE NA KMETIJSKEM ZEMLJIŠČU - primerjava s prenosom le - te na stavbišču oz. etažni lastnini
Authors:ID Lindtner, Rok (Author)
ID Vrenčur, Renato (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf UNI_Lindtner_Rok_2010.pdf (1,50 MB)
MD5: 19DCF23668B0E1433E293CA142502448
PID: 20.500.12556/dkum/620ecaa2-4911-4447-b51d-2f791214d76e
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Abstract:Ozemlje, prebivalstvo in učinkovita izvršilna oblast nad prvima dvema so elementi, ki samo v kombinaciji vseh treh predpostavljajo suverenost posamezne družbe. Postavljamo se na stališče, da je ozemlje znotraj državnih meja najpomembnejši element vsake samostojne države. Prebivalstvo in državna oblast se skozi čas zaradi narave stvari namreč nenehno spreminjata, le ozemlje ostane vedno relativno nespremenjeno. Državna oblast s svojo izvršilno močjo postavlja pravila, ki jih mora prebivalstvo spoštovati, hkrati pa s svojimi akti organizira tudi namensko uporabo prostora. Najbolj osnovna raba prostora je po našem mnenju njegova kmetijska obdelava, zato morajo državni organi tej zadevi posvetiti veliko pozornosti. Izhodišče družbenega urejanja pri prenosu lastninske pravice na kmetijskih površinah je, da naj lastništvo nad le-temi obdržijo ali pridobijo tisti subjekti, ki se nameravajo ukvarjati s kmetijstvom. Pri tem se morajo manipulacije z lastništvom na kmetijskih zemljišči zmanjšati na najmanjšo možno mero oziroma se ustaviti. Širjenje zazidljivih površin zaradi zadovoljitve zasebnega interesa namreč javnemu interesu samo škodi. Regulativa v Republiki Sloveniji je zasnovana na dajanju predkupne pravice tistim subjektom, ki imajo dejansko namen razvijati kmetijsko dejavnost. Materijo ureja Zakon o kmetijskih zemljiščih, ki predvideva zaprti krog šestih predkupnih upravičencev. Lahko torej rečemo, da je prosti trg na področju kmetijskih zemljišč nekoliko omejen.
Keywords:Ozemlje, prebivalstvo, izvršilna oblast, suverenost, pravila, namenska uporaba prostora, kmetijska obdelava, družbeno urejanje, lastništvo, javni interes, predkupna pravica, Zakon o kmetijskih zemljiščih.
Place of publishing:Maribor
Publisher:[R. Lindtner]
Year of publishing:2010
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-16675 New window
UDC:34(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:4151851 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:GZLGP0FT
Publication date in DKUM:15.11.2010
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Language:English
Title:Transfer of Title to Agricultural Land - Comparison With the Transfer of Title to Buildings or Floor Ownership
Abstract:The terrirtory, population and effective executive power over both are elements that only combined together form conditions of a sovereign state. We argue that the territory of a state should be taken as the principal part of its sovereignty. Population and state authorities naturally change over time, only the territory stays relatively contsant. The state authority is exercising its powers by developing rules and regulations for people to observe and at the same time its rules and regulations also impact the use of physical space. The most elementary use of physical space is agriculture, therefore the state should take this part of its authority under very careful consideration. The starting point of the state’s regulation on changing the ownership of agricultural areas is that the ownership of those areas should be kept in the hands of people that use agricultural areas for commercial purposes. Manipulation with agricultural areas to change its use into building areas should be prevented or stopped, as it is not in the public interest to expand such areas to serve private inerests. The regulation in the Republic of Slovenia is based on a pre-emptive right for purchasing agricultural land to entites that have actual intention to use them. The Act on Agricultural Areas regulates that there are six such entities. Therefore we can argue that market of agricultural land is not completely free.
Keywords:Territory, population, executive power, sovereignty, agriculture, ownership, regulation, public interest, pre-emptive right, The Act on Agriculural Areas, free market


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