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Title:UREDITEV INSTITUTA RAZLASTITVE V SLOVENSKEM PRAVNEM SISTEMU
Authors:Rogan, Leon (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:Lastninska pravica spada med temeljne človekove pravice in je zato v veliki večini modernih in demokratičnih držav varovana z nacionalnimi pravnimi akti kot tudi z mednarodnimi pravnimi akti. Lastninska pravica spada med stvarne pravice, ki so po svoji naravi absolutne in vseobsegajoče. Zakonodajalec je lastninsko pravico v 37. členu Stvarnopravnega zakonika definiral kot pravico, da imamo stvar v posesti, jo uporabljamo in uživamo na najobsežnejši način ter z njo razpolagamo. Ustava RS v 69. členu določa, da se lahko lastninska pravica na nepremičnini odvzame ali omeji v javno korist proti nadomestilu v naravi ali odškodnini, pod pogoji, ki jih določa zakon. V okviru odvzema ali omejitev lastninske pravice pozna naše pravo institut razlastitve, trajno ali začasno služnost v javno korist ter pravico začasne uporabe nepremičnine. Razlastitev predstavlja popolni odvzem lastninske pravice, ki je lahko izveden ob predpostavki izkazane javne koristi ter ob plačilu pravične odškodnine ali zagotovitvi primerne nadomestne nepremičnine. Javna korist mora biti izkazana tako na abstraktni ravni kot na ravni konkretnega primera in mora biti sorazmerna z globino posega v posameznikovo lastninsko pravico. Lastninska pravica na nepremičnini se lahko omeji na zahtevo države, lokalne skupnosti ali drugega subjekta javnega prava z namenom, priskrbeti si nujno potrebne nepremičnine za javno potrebo. Razlaščenec, ki mu je bila s tem grobim posegom odvzeta lastninska pravica na nepremičnini, je upravičen do ustrezne odškodnine oziroma do enakovredne nadomestne nepremičnine. Poleg popolnega odvzema lastninske pravice pozna naše pravo tudi nepopolni odvzem lastninske pravice, in sicer kot trajno ali začasno služnost v javno korist ter kot pravico začasne uporabe nepremičnine. Institute omejevanje in odvzema lastninske pravice je zakonodajalec uredil v Zakonu o urejanju prostora, poleg njega pa nekatere specialne določbe vsebujejo še drugi zakoni.
Keywords:lastninska pravica, omejitev lastninske pravice, nepremičnina, razlastitev, javna korist, odškodnina, razlastitveni upravičenec, razlastitveni zavezanec, služnost v javno korist
Year of publishing:2016
Publisher:[L. Rogan]
Source:Maribor
UDC:349.4(043.2)
COBISS_ID:5305131 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:6JBPHZXV
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Language:English
Title:REGULATION OF EXPROPRIATION IN SLOVENIAN LEGAL ORDER
Abstract:The property right is a fundamental human right, which is protected by national constitutions in the majority of modern and democratic countries as well as by international legal acts. The property right is one of the rights in rem, which are absolute rights. The legislator defined property right in Slovenian property code as the right to have an object in possession, to use and to enjoy it in the most comprehensive manner and as well to dispose. Article 69 of the Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia stipulates that the property right to real estate may be revoked or limited in the public interest with the provision of compensation in kind or monetary compensation under conditions established by law. In our legal order there are instruments to revoke or to limit property right in the public interest, which are expropriation, easement in the public interest and the right to temporary use. Expropriation represent an instrument of completely revoked property right on a real estate, which can be executed only in public interest and with the provision of compensation in kind or monetary compensation. Public interest has to be justified on abstract and on a definite level and has to be proportional with the intervention in the property right of individuals. Property right can be limited or revoked by the state, local community and other agents of public interest with the aim to get the real estate for the public needs. The expropriated person, which property right on the real estate has been revoked, is entitled to get a fair monetary compensation or an equal substitutional real estate. Beside completely revoked property right on a real estate, our legal order has two other instruments of partial revocation the property right on a real estate and they are called easement in the public interest and the right to temporary use. The legislator regulates the instruments of limiting or revoking the property right in the Act of Spatial Arrangement and some other acts.
Keywords:property right, restrictions of property rights, expropriation, public interest, compensation, expropriation beneficiary, expropriated person, easement in the public interest


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