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Title:OMEJITEV LASTNINSKE PRAVICE S SODNO PRAKSO
Authors:Vizjak, Nastja (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:Pojem lastninske pravice je urejen v 37. členu SPZ: »Lastninska pravica je pravica imeti stvar v posesti, jo uporabljati in uživati na najobsežnejši način ter z njo razpolagati. Omejitve uporabe, uživanja in razpolaganja lahko določi samo zakon. Lastninska pravica ne more biti vezana na rok ali pogoj, razen če zakon določa drugače .« SPZ jasno poudarja, da je lastninska pravica najobsežnejša stvarna pravica. Omejitve lastninske pa so določene le zakonom, kar pa je skladno z ustavnopravno koncepcijo lastnine (67. člen Ustave RS). Med omejitvami lastninske pravice sta v 38. členu SPZ urejeni tudi pravno poslovna prepoved odsvojitve ter obremenitve (prepoved razpolaganja) in odkupna pravica . Sodna praksa v Sloveniji ni formalen vir prava, temveč je sodna praksa sekundaren vir prava, kateri zagotavlja enotno uporabo formalnih virov prava. Absolutno zavezujoči viri prava so le akti zakonodajalca (oziroma ustvarjalca), ali slovenskega ali evropskega. Ustava ter zakonodaja, ratificirani mednarodni sporazumi, evropska zakonodaja zato predstavljajo tako imenovani primaren vir prava. To so tisti viri, ki zarisujejo okvir prava na abstraktni ravni. Sodna praksa služi kot posvetovalno orodje, ki ga sodišče sicer ni dolžno upoštevati kot absolutno referenco .
Keywords:lastnina, lastninska pravica, omejitev lastninske pravice, sodna praksa.
Year of publishing:2015
Publisher:[N. Vizjak]
Source:Maribor
UDC:347.2(043.2)
COBISS_ID:4863531 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:2M9O58A0
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Language:English
Title:RESTRICTION ON OWNERSHIP RIGHTS TO THE JURISPRUDENCE
Abstract:The concept of property rights is governed by Article 37 of the Property Code: "The right to property is the right to have an object in possession, in use and enjoy it in the most comprehensive manner and to dispose of it. Restriction on the use, enjoyment and disposition can be determined only by law. The right to property cannot be tied to a deadline or condition, unless otherwise provided by law. " The Property Code clearly emphasizes that the right to property is the most extensive right in rem. Restrictions on property are laid down only by law, which is consistent with the constitutional concept of property (Article 67 of the Constitution). Among the limitations of property rights in Article 38 of the Property Code are a legal ban on business disposal and burden (i.e. prohibition of disposal) and the right of redemption . In Slovenia, jurisprudence is not a formal source of law. However, jurisprudence is a secondary source of law, which ensures uniform application of formal sources of law. Only acts of the legislature (i.e. creator), Slovenian or European, are absolutely binding sources of law. Therefore the Constitution, laws, ratified international agreements and European legislation represent the so-called primary source of law. These are the resources that delineate the framework of law on an abstract level. Jurisprudence serves as an advisory tool that courts are not obliged to take into account as an absolute reference .
Keywords:property, property rights, restrictions on property rights, jurisprudence.


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