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Title:IZVENSODNA PRODAJA ZASTAVLJENE STVARI
Authors:Cvetanovska, Jasmina (Author)
Vrenčur, Renato (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Abstract:Že v starem Rimu se je lahko upnik iz zastavljene stvari poplačal izvensodno, saj mu ni bilo potrebno vložiti tožbe in tako zahtevati izvršbe. Zastavljeno stvar je po zapadlosti terjatve preprosto prodal in se iz izkupička poplačal. Praviloma se danes upnik iz predmeta zastavne pravice poplača v izvršilnem postopku, vendar pa lahko, zaradi vse večje težnje po praktičnosti in hitrejših rešitvah, v določenih primerih pride do poplačila tudi brez posredovanja sodišč. Izvensodna prodaja prihaja najbolj v poštev pri ročni zastavni pravici, pri kateri se upnik in dolžnik o tem načinu prodaje dogovorita. Pri nekaterih oblikah stvarnopravnih zavarovanj in pri gospodarskih pogodbah pa se tak dogovor celo domneva. Tudi na področju zavarovanj z nepremičninami je SPZ našel enostavnejšo rešitev v realizaciji, ko je pri notarski hipoteki predvidel možnost prodaje po notarju. Ta način prodaje se bo začel v praksi uporabljati šele, ko bo ustrezno spremenjen ZN, zato je za enkrat za uresničitev hipoteke predviden zgolj sodni postopek. Prednosti izvensodne prodaje v primerjavi s sodno se najbolj pokažejo pri vsakodnevnem poslovanju med gospodarskimi subjekti, saj upnikom omogoča hitrejšo in manj zapleteno realizacijo zavarovanja. Tovrstna oblika prodaje je za upnika veliko bolj praktična, saj lahko stvar proda sam in se pri tem izogne dolgotrajnim sodnim postopkom, hkrati pa so z njo povezani tudi nižji stroški.
Keywords:zastavna pravica, izvensodna prodaja, sodna prodaja, upnik, zastavitelj, terjatev
Year of publishing:2012
Publisher:[J. Cvetanovska]
Source:Maribor
UDC:34(043.2)
COBISS_ID:4356395 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:CWWJGRCZ
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Language:English
Title:OUT OF COURT SELL OF PLEDGED GOODS
Abstract:In the days of the Ancient Rome, a creditor had a right to demand a delivery of the pledged item out-of-court; this way they did not have to bring an action before the court and apply for execution. After the maturity date, they had the right to sell the pledged item and retain the payment from the profit. Today, as a rule, a creditor receives a repayment out of the subject-matter of the lien through the execution procedure. Due to the increasing tendency to solve things practically and fast, however, in certain cases, the repayment can occur without the intervention of the court. An out-of-court sale is most functional in contractual lien, where the creditor and debtor agree upon the sale. In some forms of legal material insurance and in commercial contracts this is actually a presumed agreement. Furthermore, in the field of real estate, the Law of Property Code also provides an easier solution – a notarial mortgage permitting a sale through a notary public. In practise, this type of sale will be implemented only when the Notary Act will be amended correspondingly. Therefore, at the moment, a mortgage can be executed only through court proceedings. Advantages of an out-of-court sale are mostly seen in day-to-day business transactions between economic operators since it allows a faster and less complicated insurance realization for a creditor. In terms of a creditor, this type of sales is far more practical not only because they have the right to sell the item themselves and thus avoid a long-term court proceedings but also because this reduces their costs.
Keywords:lien, out-of-court sale, court sale, creditor, lienee, claim.


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