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Čop, Neža

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Works: 4 works in 4 publications in 1 language and 41 library holdings
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Most widely held works by Neža Čop
Pogodbe in dedovanje : (opis pogodb, vprašanja in odgovori, z izvlečki zakonodaje in z najzanimivejšimi primeri iz sodne prakse) by Boštjan J Turk( Book )

1 edition published in 2017 in Slovenian and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Obrtniško pravo : z izvlečki iz Obligacijskega zakonika (OZ-A) in primeri iz sodne prakse by Boštjan J Turk( Book )

1 edition published in 2018 in Slovenian and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Mejno pravo : z vzorci pogodb in z izvlečki iz Stvarnopravnega zakonika in iz Zakona o evidentiranju nepremičnin by Boštjan J Turk( Book )

1 edition published in 2018 in Slovenian and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Postavitev predhodnega vprašanja Sodišču Evropske unije : diplomsko delo by Neža Čop( Book )

1 edition published in 2017 in Slovenian and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Court of justice of the EU has the exclusive competence to decide on the validity and interpretation of EU legal acts, which is implemented through the preliminary ruling procedure. Slovenia as a member of the EU is committed to respect European law and all authorities in a member State have a duty to observe this law. The preliminary ruling procedure is intended for all national courts which refer to the Court of Justice of the EU with preliminary questions, which concern the interpretation of the validity of the EU legal acts. The Court of Justice of the EU delivers answers by means of judgments that are binding on all Member States. The essence of the thesis is to determine the criteria for good practice of setting up a preliminary question, which national courts submit to Court of Justice of the EU. An overview of the Slovenian case law on the setting of the preliminary question in the preliminary ruling procedure is used to compere the establish practice with the practice of the Constitutional Court of Republic of Slovenia, which is especially the subject of the examination in the diploma order. The goal of this diploma is also to give an assessment of the quality of the preliminary questions, raised by the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia. The thesis that the constitutional court of republic of Slovenia falls among those courts, which are reserved to EU law, is intended to investigate the position of the constitutional court of the republic of Slovenia towards EU law. For the definition to the thesis, the diploma paper sets out the criteria on the basis of which we can talk about restraint of constitutional courts to EU law and the different practice of the constitutional courts of the EU member states, regarding the handing of the preliminary ruling procedure before the Court of justice of the EU is presented. Based on the analysis of the case-law of the constitutional court, in particular the resolution UI-295/13-132, by which the constitutional court of republic of Slovenia for the first time initiated a preliminary ruling procedure, thus establishing contact with the court of justice of the EU, the position of the constitutional court of the republic of Slovenia. On the one hand this shows the openness of the Slovenian constitutional court to European law, but on the other hand there are elements of prudence, from which it is possible to discern the constitutional court%s reluctance to adopt EU law. The diploma paper can serve students who seek to know the rules of the preliminary ruling procedure or investigate the relationship between the constitutional court of the republic of Slovenia and court of justice of the EU as well as Slovenian judges, who are not skilled in the practice of asking questions to the court of justice of the EU, as has been repeatedly pointed out
 
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