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Title:KRAJ NASTANKA ŠKODE KOT NAVEZNA OKOLIŠČINA V RIMSKI UREDBI II
Authors:Zadnik, Ana (Author)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Abstract:Diplomsko delo proučuje Rimsko uredbo II o pravu, ki se uporablja za nepogodbene obveznosti s poudarkom na temeljni navezni okoliščini lex loci damni (kraj nastanka škode) in težavah, ki iz te okoliščine izhajajo. Zakonodajalec se je odločil za uporabo tega načela, saj načelo lex loci delicti commissi (kraj škodnega dogodka), ki se je uporabljalo v večini držav članic, v mnogih primerih ne daje zadovoljivih rešitev. Vendar pa tudi pri določanju prava na podlagi navezne okoliščine kraja nastanka škode nastanejo težave, predvsem pri opredelitvi pojma “škoda” in določanju kraja, v katerem je škoda nastala. V diplomskem delu zato predstavljamo odločitve Sodišča EU v zadevah, ki se sicer nanašajo na mednarodno pristojnost, vendar imajo velik vpliv na razlago pojmov za namene Rimske uredbe II. Na podlagi teh odločitev je Sodišče EU postavilo smernice: kako se opredeli izraz škoda, kako razmejujemo posredne in neposredne posledice škodnega dejanja ter kako določimo kraj, v katerem je nastala škoda, če ta nastane v več državah, na območju res nullius oziroma v okviru mednarodnega tranzita oseb ali blaga. Te smernice dajejo samo nekakšen okvir, kako bi se naj nadalje presojalo v podobnih primerih, vendar so dejanske okoliščine drugačne od primera do primera in lahko že majhna razlika povzroči popolnoma drugačno rešitev.
Keywords:škoda, posredne posledice, kraj nastanka škode, škodno dejanje, nepogodbene obveznosti, Rimska uredba II, Sodišče EU
Year of publishing:2013
Publisher:[A. Zadnik]
Source:Maribor
UDC:339.923:061.1EU(043.2)
COBISS_ID:4599595 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:SLGA8DFU
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Language:English
Title:COUNTRY IN WHICH THE DAMAGE OCCURS AS A CONNECTING FACTOR IN ROME II REGULATION
Abstract:The thesis examines country in which the damage occurs as basic connecting factor in the Rome II Regulation on the law applicable to non-contractual obligations and the problems that arise from that connecting factor. The legislator has chosen to apply this principle, because the principle of lex loci delicti commissi (place of the harmful event), which was used in majority of Member States, in many cases does not provide a satisfactory resolution. However, problems also arise from applying the principle lex loci damni, especially on the interpretation of the concept “damage” and determination of the country in which the damage occurred. Therefore, in the thesis, we present the decision of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in matters which are related to international jurisdiction, but have a major impact on the interpretation of terms for the purposes of Rome II Regulation. On the basis of those decisions ECJ has put guidelines on: how to define the term damage, how to divide the direct and indirect consequences of a tort and how to determine the country in which the damage occurred, if it occurs in more than one country, on the high seas or during the international transit of persons and goods. These guidelines provide only a framework on how to decide in the future on similar cases.
Keywords:damage, indirect consequences, country in which the damage occurs, place of the harmful event, non-contractual obligations, Rome II Regulation, European Court of Justice


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