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Title:Vpliv Uredbe 650/2012 o dedovanju na zapuščinske postopke z mednarodnim elementom ter primerjalnopravni vidik vloge notarjev v Sloveniji in na Hrvaškem v zapuščinskih postopkih : magistrsko delo
Authors:Čebular, Doroteja (Author)
Ivanc, Tjaša (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Abstract:V prvem delu magistrske naloge se posvetim uredbi, ki je namenjena poenotenju in harmonizaciji dednega prava med državami članicami. Razpršenost premoženja se iz leta v leto povečuje. V vsakodnevnem prometu, še posebej v primerih dedovanja, takšne tendence povzročajo kar nekaj težav. Pri problematiki mednarodnega dedovanja smo se srečevali s težavo različnih nacionalnih ureditev in pomanjkanjem poenotenih kolizijskih pravil posameznih držav članic. Glavna vprašanja, na katera se je moralo odgovoriti, je pravo katere države naj se uporabi in kateri organ naj bo pristojen. S sprejetjem Uredbe št. 650/2012 Evropskega parlamenta in Sveta o pristojnosti, pravu, ki se uporablja, priznavanju in izvrševanju odločb in sprejemljivosti in izvrševanju javnih listin v dednih zadevah ter uvedbi evropskega potrdila o dedovanju se je kar nekaj področij dednega prava harmoniziralo. Na novo uveden instrument je evropsko potrdilo o dedovanju, ki bo strankam postopka olajšal dokazovanje njihovega položaja in njihovih pravic. Države članice so ubrale različne poti pri določitvi organov, ki so pristojni za nekatera nova opravila v zapuščinskih postopkih in imajo dovoljenje za izdajo evropskih potrdil o dedovanju, saj je na primer Slovenija obdržala sodišče, kot tisti organ, ki je pristojen za izdajanje evropskega potrdila o dedovanju, medtem, ko so na Hrvaškem notarji tisti, ki delujejo kot pooblaščenci sodišča in posledično oni vodijo zapuščinske postopke in izdajajo evropska potrdila o dedovanju. Drugi del magistrske naloge pa sem posvetila primerjavi pristojnosti v zapuščinskih postopkih med notarji v Sloveniji in na Hrvaškem. Že na prvi pogled je jasno, da je vloga slovenskega notarja v primerjavi s hrvaškim v zapuščinskem postopku občutno manjša. V Sloveniji je še vedno sodišče tisto, ki vodi ključna opravila, medtem ko lahko notar na Hrvaškem opravlja vsa dejanja in izdaja odločbe, ki jih sicer izdaja sodišče, če ni z zakonom drugače določeno. Prav tako so predstavljene prednosti in slabosti obeh sistemov, kakor jih vidi stroka, tako s področja teorije kot tudi iz prakse.
Keywords:Uredba o dedovanju, dedovanje s čezmejnim elementom, pristojnost, priznavanje in izvrševanje odločb, sprejemljivost in izvrševanje javnih listin, evropsko potrdilo o dedovanju, zapuščinski postopki, pooblastila notarja
Year of publishing:2019
Place of performance:[Maribor
Publisher:D. Čebular]
Number of pages:37 str.
Source:Maribor
UDC:347.65/.68(043.3)
COBISS_ID:5746219 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:ZE0WCG84
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Language:English
Title:Impact of the Regulation (EU) no. 650/2012 on succession procedures with an international element and the comparative aspect of the role of notaries in Slovenia and Croatia in succession proceedings
Abstract:In the first part of the master's thesis, I discuss about regulation, which is intended for unification and harmonization of succession law between the Member States. The diversification of property is increasing rapidly. We were faced with the problem of different national arrangements and the lack of unified conflict-of-law rules of individual Member States. The main questions to be answered were the law of which country should be used and which state authority should be competent. With the adoption of Regulation No. 650/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council on jurisdiction, applicable law, recognition and enforcement of decisions and the acceptance and enforcement of authentic instruments in matters of succession and the creation of a European Certificate of Succession, several areas of succession law have been harmonized. A newly introduced instrument is a European Certificate of Succession that will facilitate the parties to the procedure to prove their position and their rights. Member states have taken various steps in identifying the authorities responsible for certain new competences in succession procedures and having a permit to issue European certificates of inheritance. The second part of my master's thesis was devoted to comparing jurisdictions in succession procedures between notaries in Slovenia and Croatia. At first glance, it is clear that the role of a Slovenian notary compared to the Croatian notary in the legacy procedure is considerably lower. In Slovenia, it is still the court that governs key duties, while a notary in Croatia can perform all acts and issue decisions that are otherwise issued by the court, unless otherwise stipulated by law. The advantages and disadvantages of both systems, as seen by the profession, both from the field of theory and from practice, are also presented.
Keywords:Succession regulation, succession with cross-border element, jurisdiction, recognition and enforcement of decisions, acceptance and enforcement of authentic instruments, European Certificate of Succession, succession procedures, powers of notary


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