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Uporaba Uredbe Bruselj IIa v slovenski sodni praksi
Lovka, Anja (Author), Kramberger Škerl, Jerca (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Uredba Sveta (ES) št. 2201/2003 se v evropskem pravnem prostoru, del katerega je tudi Republika Slovenija, uporablja že 15 let, kar je dovolj dolgo obdobje, da je mogoče njeno uporabo zaslediti v reprezentativnih primerih tudi v slovenski sodni praksi. Analiza sodne prakse skozi leta nam pokaže, da se v slovenskem pravnem prostoru veča število sporov z mednarodnim elementom, ki zahtevajo uporabo Uredbe, kar je mogoče pripisati pogostejšim selitvam oseb znotraj Evropske unije in posledični formaciji mednarodnih zakonskih zvez in družin. Uredba je pripomogla k jasnejšemu določanju in enotni uporabi pravil o pristojnosti sodišč v sporih z mednarodnim elementom in s tem k hitrejšim in učinkovitejšim postopkom, ki se vodijo pred sodišči držav članic. Z določili o priznavanju in izvrševanju je Uredba sledila razvoju v smeri pospešitve in olajšanja prostega pretoka sodnih odločb znotraj EU. Po pregledu slovenske sodne prakse je mogoče priti do zaključka, da slovenska sodišča oziroma sodniki na vseh instancah Uredbo dosledno uporabljajo v skladu z njenimi nameni in cilji ter da so seznanjeni z evropskim pravnim redom kakor tudi z relevantno sodno prakso Sodišča Evropske unije. Vse to kaže, da naša sodišča dobro poznajo pravo EU in Uredbo, kar je zagotovo mogoče pripisati tudi dolgoletni uporabi Uredbe in razlagi s strani SEU, evropskih institucij in pravne teorije, ki so nacionalnim sodiščem v pomoč pri odločanju.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:Uredba Bruselj IIa, Uredba Bruselj II bis, spor z mednarodnim elementom, mednarodna pristojnost slovenskega sodišča – običajno prebivališče – mednarodna ugrabitev otrok – razveza zakonske zveze – starševska odgovornost
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Year:2020
COBISS.SI-ID:23932931 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Application of the Brussels IIa regulation in Slovenian case law
Abstract:
Council Regulation (EC) No 2201 /2003 has been used in the European legal area, part of which is also the Republic of Slovenia, for 15 years, which is a long enough period that its application can be traced in representative cases in Slovenian case law. The analysis of case law over the years shows that the number of disputes with an international element that require the application of the Regulation is increasing in the Slovenian legal area. This can be attributed to the more frequent migration of persons within the European Union and the consequent formation of international marriages and families. The Regulation has contributed to a clearer definition and uniform application of the rules on the jurisdiction of courts in disputes with an international element, and thus to faster proceedings before the courts of the Member States. Moreover, with the provisions on recognition and enforcement, the Regulation has followed developments towards the abolition of the recognition and enforcement process, which aims to facilitate and accelerate the free movement of judgements in civil matters within the EU. After reviewing Slovenian case law, it can be concluded that Slovenian courts and its judges at all instances consistently apply the Regulation in accordance with its purposes and objectives when needed. As concluded the judges are well familiar with the European legal order as well as with the relevant case law of the Court of Justice of the European union. All this shows a good knowledge of EU law by our courts, which strictly comply with the Regulation in disputes with an international element.

Keywords:Brussels IIa Regulation, Brussels II bis Regulation, dispute with an international element, international jurisdiction of a Slovenian court – habitual residence – international abduction of children – divorce – parental responsibility

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