The Conception of Personal Rights in the Serbian Legislation Cover Image

Концепција личних права у српском законодавству
The Conception of Personal Rights in the Serbian Legislation

Author(s): Miroslav Lazić
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, Civil Law
Published by: Правни факултет Универзитета у Источном Сарајеву
Keywords: Personal rights; General and particular personal rights; Civil law code; Republic of Serbia;
Summary/Abstract: The author analyzes the establishment of the personal rights as subjective rights as well as enabling of the civil law regulation and the protection of the personal goods in the contemporary law. The particular issue of the analysis are the conception of the personal rights in the coming civil law code of the Republic of Serbia, as well as the relationship of the general and particular personal rights. The analysis of the comparative law as well as the personal rights in the Serbian legislation and the judicial practice, points to the need that the general part of the Serbian civil law code regulates the basic personal rights, leaving the possibility of their expansion, and indulging the working out of the particular personal rights to other laws. The civil law code has to regulate the general personal right as well as the particular basic rights, as well as the civil law protection.