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Title:Zemljiškoknjižne zaznambe
Authors:Fuks, Blaž (Author)
Vrenčur, Renato (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Abstract:Zemljiškoknjižno pravo predstavlja enega pomembnejših delov nepremičninskega prava, kjer Zakon o zemljiški knjigi (ZZK-1) in Stvarnopravni zakonik (SPZ) igrata najvidnejšo vlogo. Temeljna načela, kot so načelo javnosti in zaupanja, načelo pravnega prednika in načelo vrstnega reda, služijo za lažjo in pravilno interpretacijo posameznih določil zakona. Zemljiška knjiga, ki jo vodijo okrajna sodišča, je pravna, javna evidenca, kar pomeni, da se vanjo vpisujejo pravice in pravna dejstva v zvezi z nepremičninami ter da so ti vpisani podatki vsakomur dostopni. Glavni vpisi v zemljiško knjigo so vknjižba, predznamba in zaznamba, poočitev in plomba pa predstavljata pomožne vpise. Informatizacija, ki se je v popolnosti uveljavila z novelo ZZK-1C, je uvedla elektronsko vlaganje zemljiškoknjižnih predlogov, spremembe pri določenih zaznambah, kjer je nekatere odpravila, odpravila pa je tudi zemljiškoknjižne vložke. Glavno temo tega zaključnega dela predstavljajo zemljiškoknjižne zaznambe, ki so vrsta glavnega vpisa v zemljiško knjigo. Namenjene so vpisu pravnih dejstev, ki so pomembna za promet z nepremičninami in se nanašajo na imetnika pravice, vpisane v zemljiško knjigo. ZZK-1 pozna dve vrsti zaznamb, to so deklaratorne zaznambe, kjer ima vpisano dejstvo pravne učinke ne glede na zaznambo, zaradi njenega publicitetnega učinka pa se nihče ne more sklicevati, da mu vpisano pravno dejstvo ni bilo znano, in konstitutivne zaznambe, s katerimi nastanejo določeni pravni učinki in so določene z ZZK-1 ali drugimi pravnimi predpisi.
Keywords:zemljiškoknjižno pravo, temeljna načela zemljiškoknjižnega prava, informatizacija, zemljiškoknjižne zaznambe, vrste in učinki zaznamb
Year of publishing:2017
Publisher:[B. Fuks]
Source:Maribor
UDC:349.4(043.2)
COBISS_ID:5446699 Link is opened in a new window
License:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
This work is available under this license: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives 4.0 International
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Language:English
Title:Land registry notices
Abstract:One of the most important subcategories of property law is the law regulating land registration, whereas the most prominent instruments are the Land Register Act (ZZK-1) and the Law of Property Code (SPZ). The fundamental principles, such as the principle of publicity, trust in law, legal ancestry and the principle of order, serve as a mechanism in order to interpret the provisions of the act more easily and accurately. The local court keeps the land register, which are public and legal records containing the rights and legal facts in relation to property law. The main registrations in the land registry are the entry, the preliminary notice and the notice, while the rectification and seal act as supporting entries. The computerisation, which was fully deployed following the ZZK-1C Act Amendment, introduced electronic land register entries and made changes to or eliminated some notices and entries. The main topic of the thesis is dedicated to land register notices, which are a type of main entry in the land register. These notices are intended for entering legal facts, which play an important role in the transfer of immovable property relating to the holder of the right recorded in the land register. The ZZK-1 sets out two types of notices; first, declaratory notices wherein the recorded legal facts take legal effect regardless of the notice and because of its public nature no one may plead that he or she was not familiar with the recorded legal fact; second, constituent notices, which form legal effects laid down in the ZZK-1 and other legislation.
Keywords:law regulating land registration, fundamental principles of land registration law, computerisation, land register notices, types and their effects


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