Legal Act Hrvatski

All personal data collected will be processed in full compliance with applicable data protection law. In order to make this website more enjoyable, functional and convenient, this website stores a number of pieces of information on your computer, called “cookies”. Please familiarize yourself with the use of “cookies”. This law regulates the legal consequences of conviction, organization, storage, accessibility, disclosure and deletion of criminal record data and the international exchange of criminal record data as well as rehabilitation. The provisions of the Law on the Right of Property and Property shall apply mutatis mutandis to all other substantive rights, unless otherwise provided by law or their legal nature. The Croatian legal system is largely influenced by the German and Austrian legal systems. He was strongly influenced by the Civil Code of the Austrian Empire (1811), known in Croatia as Opći građanski zakon (OGZ) (General Civil Law). It was in force from 1853[1] to 1946, although some provisions still apply today. The Independent State of Croatia, a Nazi-controlled puppet state established in 1941 during World War II, used the OGZ as the basis for the Civil Code of the Independent State of Croatia (Osnova građanskoga zakona za Nezavisnu Državu Hrvatsku), established in 1943. After the war, Croatia became a member of the Yugoslav Federation, which in 1946 promulgated the Law on the Immediate Repeal of Regulations Issued Before 6 April 1941 and During the Enemy Occupation (Zakon o nevaženju pravnih propisa donesenih prije 6. travnja 1941.

i za vrijeme neprijateljske okupacije). This law declared OGZ invalid as a whole, but the implementation of some of its laws was allowed. In the post-war period, the Croatian legal system was influenced by elements of socialist law. Croatian civil law has been set aside, and it is necessary to adopt the norms of public law and the legal regulation of social property. After Croatia declared independence from Yugoslavia on 25 June 1991, the previous legal system served as the basis for new laws. The Law on Obligations (Zakon o obveznim odnosima) was promulgated in 2005. [2] Today, Croatia, as a Member State of the European Union, transposes elements of the EU acquis into its legal system. This law regulates issues relating to the legal status of real estate on the territory of Croatia with regard to legal transactions, as well as the manner in which land registers are kept (land register (gruntovnica)), if no special provisions have been made for certain plots. This law establishes general rules on property; The provisions of this Law shall also apply to the ownership of property subject to special legal regulations, provided that they are not contrary to such an agreement. The Code of Criminal Procedure transposes the following EU legislation into the Croatian legal order: Croatian law is part of the Croatian legal system. It is part of the civil law legal system.

It is based on the principles set forth in the Croatian Constitution and is protected by the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Croatia. Criminal records are kept for natural and legal persons who have been convicted at last instance in Croatia. Criminal records are also kept for Croatian citizens and legal entities residing in Croatia who have been convicted of offences by a final judgment outside Croatia, if these data have been communicated to the Ministry. This law regulates the procedures in which courts and notaries enforce the settlement of claims on the basis of enforcement and authentic instruments (enforcement procedure) and the procedures in which courts and notaries guarantee claims (protective procedure), unless otherwise provided by a separate law. Substantive legal relationships established on the basis of enforcement and security procedures are also governed by this law. Parliament protects the privacy of its users and the browsers of its websites by granting access to and disclosure of personal data only to staff necessary for the functioning of Parliament and to third parties only as required by law. The e-mail address and other information will not be passed on to third parties, natural or legal persons. Parliament shall take all necessary measures to ensure that redirects from parliamentary websites to other links do not contain illegal and/or harmful content. However, websites and addresses on the Internet change rapidly and Parliament cannot guarantee the content of an address you are targeting.

The prosecutor for offences for which criminal proceedings are instituted ex officio is a prosecutor (državni odvjetnik), while the competent prosecutor for offences for which criminal proceedings are instituted by mutual agreement is a private prosecutor. For certain offences provided for by law, criminal proceedings are instituted by the Public Prosecutor`s Office only at the request of the victim. Unless otherwise provided by law, the Public Prosecutor`s Office is obliged to institute criminal proceedings if there are reasonable grounds to believe that a particular person has committed a criminal offence for which criminal proceedings are instituted ex officio and there are no legal obstacles to the prosecution of the person concerned. Parliament reserves the right to modify or terminate this website, as well as all terms of use, in whole or in part, at any time. Changes will take effect by posting them at this address. This law regulates the basis for civil law obligations (general part) and contractual and non-contractual civil obligations (special part). Land Registry Act (Zakon o zemljišnim knjigama) (NN No. 63/19) criminal records in Croatia are organised and maintained by the Ministry of Justice, which is also the central authority for the exchange of such data with other States (`the Ministry`). (A) The general part of the Criminal Code contains provisions that apply to all offences. These provisions set out the general principles governing criminal liability, fines and criminal sanctions. The Criminal Code has a general part and a specific part: parties to transactions may freely regulate their civil obligations, but these may not be regulated in a way that violates the Croatian Constitution, mandatory regulations and public morality.

Osim nekih temeljnih pravnih akata, poput uredbe Bruxelles I i konvencije iz Lugana, obuhvaćena područja i teme uključuju trgovačko pravo, ugovorno pravo, obiteljsko pravo i izvođenje dokaza. If the Public Prosecutor`s Office finds no reason to initiate or prosecute, the victim may file a complaint as an injured party under the conditions provided for by law. Enforcement Act (Ovršni zakon) (NN Nos. 112/12, 25/13, 93/14, 55/16 and 73/17) When you visit the Parliament website, users` personal information remains confidential. Parliament will not disclose the information it has received to other parties, except in the cases mentioned in the previous chapter. If users send us an e-mail with personal information that identifies them, either by e-mail with a request or comment, or a form that you send us by e-mail, the data will be used only to respond to customer requests. Jedan od temeljnih pravnih akata na temelju kojeg je funkcionirala Poljička republika je Poljički statut nastao u 14. stoljeću. Users may request a review of their personal data at any time.

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