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Title:DOKAZOVANJE Z LISTINAMI V CIVILNEM PRAVDNEM POSTOPKU
Authors:ID Bagari, Mateja (Author)
ID Ivanc, Tjaša (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Abstract:Diplomsko delo obravnava dokazovanje v civilnem pravdnem postopku in listino kot dokaz oziroma dokazno sredstvo. Temeljni cilj vsakega civilnega pravdnega postopka je odločitev o (ne)utemeljenosti tožbenega zahtevka, z drugimi besedami razrešitev civilnega spora. Ker so v listinah zapisane misli trajnejše narave in so rezultat tehtnejšega premisleka, je dokazovanje z listinami zato preprosto, hitro in učinkovito. Listina se kot dokaz lahko uporabi pod pogojem, da je pristna. Pristnost je dejstvo, ki ga je potrebno ugotavljati in dokazovati takrat, če stranka pristnost zanika, ali če obstaja dvom v pristnost javne listine. Glede pristnosti zasebnih listin, nosi dokazno breme stranka, ki se na listino sklicuje, glede pristnosti javnih listin pa tisti, ki listino predlaga kot dokaz. Stranki imata pravico tudi do posebne tožbe na ugotovitev (ne)pristnosti listine. Od pristnosti listin je odvisna njihova dokazna moč. Vendar, če je listina pristna, še ne pomeni, da je resnična tudi njena vsebina. Stranka mora hkrati z navedbo dejstev ponuditi sodišču dokaz z listino, s čimer se dokaz z listino izvede. Ponudba dokaza z listino mora poleg vseh pomembnih okoliščin, ki listino identificirajo, obsegati tudi označitev listine po imenu in glede na kraj nastanka ter izdaje. Stranka mora listino, na katero se sklicuje, predložiti ali navesti, kje se ta nahaja. Kadar stranka listine nima v posredni ali neposredni posesti in z njo ne more razpolagati, mora sodišču predlagati, da si listino priskrbi od pristojnega državnega organa ali osebe z javnim pooblastilom ali naloži nasprotni stranki ali tretjim osebam, da jo predložijo. Če stranka listine ne predloži, se s tem izpostavi nevarnosti, da bodo njene trditve o dejstvih ostale nedokazane. Tuja javna listina se kot dokaz v postopku uporabi pod pogojem, da je legalizirana. Po predpisih overjene tuje javne listine imajo ob izpolnjenem pogoju vzajemnosti enako dokazno moč kot domače javne listine.
Keywords:dokazni postopek, dokazno sredstvo, civilni pravdni postopek, listina, dokazno breme, pristnost, dokazna moč, edicijska dolžnost, tuja javna listina, legalizacija
Place of publishing:Maribor
Publisher:[M. Bagari]
Year of publishing:2016
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-57316 New window
UDC:347.949(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:5078315 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:AEVRGGDX
Publication date in DKUM:17.05.2016
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Language:English
Title:DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE IN CIVIL PROCEDURE
Abstract:The thesis deals with proving in a civil litigation process and document as proof or evidence. The fundamental objective of any civil litigation process is the decision about the (un)justifiability of a lawsuit claim, in other words resolution of a civil dispute. Since written thoughts in documents are of lasting nature and a result of a more substantial reflection, proving with documents is therefore simple, quick and efficient. A document can be used as evidence, provided it is genuine. Authenticity is the fact that it is necessary to establish and prove when a client denies its authenticity or if doubt about the authenticity of a public document exists. Regarding the authenticity of private documents, the burden of proof is on the party seeking to rely on the document. Regarding the authenticity of public documents, the burden of proof is on the party proposing the document as evidence. The parties are also entitled to special lawsuit for (non)authenticity of a document. The probative value of a document depends on its authenticity. However, if the document is authentic, that does not mean its content is true too. A client must state facts to the court and at the same time provide proof of those facts with a document, to provide documentary evidence. Submission of documentary evidence should in addition to all the relevant circumstances that identify a document, also include the designation of the name of a document, its place of origin and its issue. A customer must submit the document she or he is referring to or indicate where it is located. Where a customer does not directly or indirectly own a document, and can not have it at his or her disposal, he or she has to propose that the court acquires the document from a competent national authority or a person with public authorization or orders the opposing party or third parties to submit it. If the customer fails to submit the document, he or she thereby exposes himself or herself to the danger that his or her arguments on the facts remain unproven. A foreign public document may be used as evidence in the procedure, under condition it is legalized. According to the regulations certified foreign public documents have the same probative value as domestic public documents, if the condition of reciprocity is fulfilled.
Keywords:evidentiary hearing, evidence, civil litigation process, document, the burden of proof, authenticity, probative value, the duty of publication, a foreign public document, legalization


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