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Prosto gibanje oseb po neobdelovalnih kmetijskih zemljiščih

Pravna ali fizična oseba, ki je lastnik, zakupnik ali drug uporabnik kmetijskega zemljišča mora na svojih, zakupljenih ali drugače dodeljenih neobdelovalnih kmetijskih zemljiščih dopustiti drugim čebelarjenje, lov in rekreativno nabiranje plodov prostorastočih rastlin, zelnatih prostorastočih rastlin, gob in prostoživečih živali v skladu s predpisi ter dopustiti prosto gibanje drugim osebam po neobdelovalnih kmetijskih zemljiščih, če se s tem ne povzroči škoda.

Povzročitelj škode na zemljišču ali pridelku je odškodninsko odgovoren lastniku, zakupniku ali drugemu uporabniku kmetijskega zemljišča oziroma pridelka v skladu s predpisi.


Vir: 5. člen Zakona o kmetijskih zemljiščih (ZKZ, Ur. l. RS, št. 59/96 in nasl.).

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Dobri, umazani in računovodja

Znašli ste se v vlogi vodje občinske uprave v večjem mestu. Želite si ohraniti svojo službo in hkrati za mesto narediti kar največ. Pri svojem delu pa morate spretno krmariti med etičnim delovanjem in korupcijskimi pritiski. Naj se zgodi karkoli, ne smete dovoliti, da vas ujamejo. Vsi primeri v tej igri temeljijo na resničnih zgodbah.

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Povezava do spletne igre: Dobri, umazani in računovodja.


Pravice: JOURNALISM++.

Legal tech booming while pace of investment in legal tech is stalling

Chatting with Bob Ambrogi, while he was visiting Seattle this week, we agreed that legal tech was growing like at no other time. Tech’s been around legal for a long time and we’ve had a lot of folks like he and I involved in legal tech companies and its coverage for a couple decades or more. But the last three or four years have brought us a slew of companies and solutions disrupting legal like never before.

Več na: Real Lawyers Have Blogs.

State supreme courts and bar associatons are limiting access to legal services

The latest comes from the New Jersey Supreme Court, the governing body for lawyer licensure in the state, which last week blacklisted services from Avvo, LegalZoom and RocketLawyer that match consumers with attorneys because of concerns over fee-sharing and referral fees. […] Lawyers, courts and bar associations talk a good game when it comes to public service and making legal services more accessible. But it’s not happening. When businesses everywhere are seizing technology to reduce prices and improve services, bar associations and courts governing lawyers are sticking their heads in the sand and digging in their heels. This is a real shame — for the public who don’t have access to the law and for lawyers who are increasingly becoming irrelevant to the average person in this country.


Vir: Real Lawyers Have Blogs.

PCA Case No. 2012-04: Arbitraža med Republiko Hrvaško in Republiko Slovenijo

Dne 4. novembra 2009 sta predsednika vlade Republike Hrvaške in Republike Slovenije podpisala Arbitražni sporazum med Vlado Republike Slovenije in Vlado Republike Hrvaške, s katerim sta se državi zavezali, da bosta spor o meji na kopnem in morju rešili z arbitražo. V obeh državah je sledil proces ratifikacije sporazuma v skladu z veljavno ustavnopravno zakonodajo.

Nadaljuj z branjem PCA Case No. 2012-04: Arbitraža med Republiko Hrvaško in Republiko Slovenijo

Tedensko branje

“Capital in the Twenty-First Century,” Three Years Later –  Brad DeLong

Mark Pleško: Če hočeš dobro službo, si jo ustvari sam – Petra Kovič, Uroš Urbas

So We All Can Succeed: 125 Years of Women’s Participation in the Economy – Janet L. Yellen

Best Law Firm Websites – Lawyerist

Can You Be Cryogenically Frozen After Death Against Your Wishes? –  George Khoury

The Brexit Bill and the Law of Treaties – Michael Waibel

Examining the Role of Law of War Training in International Criminal Accountability – Laurie R. Blank

There’s A War On Sugar. Is It Justified? – Stephen J. Dubner (podcast)

Earth 2.0: Is Income Inequality Inevitable? – Stephen J. Dubner (podcast)

Lawyers Who Became Famous (But Not for Their Legal Work) – Mike Vraa

Bolj delamo red, manj ga imamo – Miha Mazzini

Is Consciousness Fractal? – Jordana Cepelewicz

The End of Globalization

The 2016 U.S. presidential elections triggered emotions I had not felt for years. In 1998, Venezuela, where I’m from, elected a populist president who, like U.S. President Donald Trump, ran a campaign based on anti-establishment sentiments. Countries like Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, and Nicaragua followed suit, and I began to wonder about the extent to which the benefits of neo-liberalism were really reaching the general population. Systematic research on the possible “end of globalization” was not taken seriously, at least not by many of the Western drivers of today’s political-economic order. But now Brexit in the UK and Trump have shaken faith in the conventional wisdom and have many asking, “Is this the end?”

Rebecca Van Roy, študentka LSE (A Student Perspective on a Global Network Course on Globalization — LSE Management, 6. maj 2017)