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Title:VARSTVO POTROŠNIKA Z VIDIKA MEDNARODNO ZASEBNEGA PRAVA
Authors:Podgornik, Nataša (Author)
Knez, Rajko (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Repas, Martina (Co-mentor)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Abstract:Diplomsko delo prikazuje varstvo potrošnika kot šibkejše stranke v mednarodnem zasebnem pravu, tako z vidika določanja mednarodne pristojnosti kot z vidika uporabe prava. Na področju določanja mednarodne pristojnosti je temeljni akt Bruseljska uredba I. V delu so predstavljeni pogoji za njeno uporabo ter določbe o mednarodni pristojnosti, ki dajejo osnovno znanje za podrobnejšo obravnavo določb o potrošniških razmerjih, kjer je analitično predstavljen pojem potrošnika ter pojem potrošniške pogodbe. S področja uporabe prava je obravnavana uredba Rim I, zaradi tega, ker se bo Rimska konvencija pred sodišči določen čas še vedno uporabljala, pa so primerjalno predstavljene določbe obeh aktov. Tematika varstva potrošnikov v mednarodnem zasebnem pravu vključuje tudi analizo pomembnih odločb Sodišča Evropske unije s tega pravnega področja, ki zagovarja načelo evro-avtonomne razlage. Varstvo potrošnikov v mednarodnem zasebnem pravu je vsebovano tudi v nacionalnem Zakonu o mednarodnema zasebnem pravu in postopku, glede katerega sta podrobneje predstavljena 22. in 52. člen, ki se navezujeta na uporabo prava ter določanje mednarodne pristojnosti za potrošnike. Čeprav je potrošniško varstvo doseženo z obravnavanima uredbama in nacionalnim zakonom, se kolizijske določbe o varstvu potrošnika nahajajo tudi v posameznih direktivah Evropske unije, ki se smiselno uporabljajo pri obravnavi posameznih pravil Bruseljske uredbe I in uredbe Rim I. Te direktive se nanašajo predvsem na usklajevanja obveznega prava varstva potrošnikov v državah članicah ter z natančnejšimi določbami pomagajo razlagati tudi pravila v Bruseljski uredbi I ter uredbi Rim I.
Keywords:mednarodno zasebno pravo, varstvo potrošnikov, načelo šibkejše stranke, mednarodna pristojnost, kolizijsko pravo
Year of publishing:2010
Publisher:[N. Podgornik]
Source:Maribor
UDC:34(043.2)
COBISS_ID:4161067 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:KIS3UN0Q
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Language:English
Title:CONSUMER PROTECTION IN PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW
Abstract:This degree dissertation deals with consumer protection, where the consumer is considered the weaker party in private international law, namely from the point of view of establishing international jurisdiction and also from the point of view of law applicable. As far as establishing international jurisdiction is concerned, the basic act is the Brussels regulation I. This dissertation represents conditions for its use, and provisions on international jurisdiction that provide the basic knowledge for a more detailed treatment of provisions on consumer relations, where the concepts of consumer and consumer contract are analytically represented. In connection to law applicable the dissertation treats the Regulation Rome I. Since the Rome convention will still be in use in the courts for some time, there is also a comparative representation of provisions of both acts included in the dissertation. The consumer protection issue in private international law also includes an analysis of the important provisions that the European Court of Justice, which advocate the principle of euro-autonomous explanation, made in connection to this legal field. Consumer protection in private international law is also present in the national Law on private international law and procedure, with reference to which, articles 22 and 52 that refer to law applicable and establishment of international jurisdiction for consumers, are represented in a more detailed manner. The two treated regulations and the national law provide consumer protection, but there can also be found conflict rules on consumer protection in individual EU directives that apply to singular rules of Brussels regulation I and Regulation Rome I. These directives refer mainly to harmonizing obligatory law on consumer protection in Member states and with more precise provisions help to explain rules in Brussels regulation I and Regulation Rome I.
Keywords:private international law, consumer protection, weak parties, international jurisdiction, conflic of law


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