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Curentul Juridic, The Juridical Current, Le Courant Juridique

2004 - 2017

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Volume 70, issue September, 2017

THE REFORM OF THE EUROPEAN LEGISLATION IN THE FIELD OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT AND ITS RECENT TRANSPOSITION IN THE ROMANIAN LAW pp. 13-32 Downloads
Irina Alexe
SAFEGUARDING THE ENVIRONMENT BY CHOOSING GREEN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT pp. 33-39 Downloads
Cristina M. Kassai
THE SUBJECTS OF THE PUBLIC PROCUREMENT CONTRACT - ABOUT DISCRIMINATION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES IN THE PUBLIC-PRIVATE RELATION pp. 56-70 Downloads
Raul-Felix Hodos and Daniela Micu
COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION IN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT. EXPERIENCES OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION COURT ATTACHED TO THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY OF ROMANIA pp. 71-85 Downloads
Daniel-Mihail Sandru
CERTAIN ISSUES OF THE WITHDRAWAL OF A MEMBER STATE – A PUBLIC LAW ASPECT pp. 86-97 Downloads
Lilla Nora Kiss
THE LEGAL EFFECTS OF RESIDENTIAL LEASE AGREEMENTS- A COMPARATIVE VIEW OF THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF HABITABILITY IN CIVIL LAW AND IN COMMON LAW pp. 98-106 Downloads
Szilard Sztranyiczki
STATE AIDS CONNECTION WITH TAX COMPETITION REGARDING THE PRINCIPLE OF SUBSIDIARITY IN THE EUROPEAN TAX LAW pp. 107-117 Downloads
Eva Erdos and Beata Gergely
THE NEW CHALLENGES OF OSH REGARDING THE MODIFIED ROLE OF LABOUR LAW pp. 118-123 Downloads
Gyorgy Nadas and Peter Sipka

Volume 69, issue June, 2017

ANALYSIS OF THE OPPORTUNITY OF AMMENDING THE FUNDAMENTAL LAW pp. 13-23 Downloads
Adelin Ungureanu
HUMAN RIGHT TO WATER pp. 24-36 Downloads
Anna Maria Codilean
ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE AND ITS EFFECTS pp. 38-43 Downloads
Lucretia Dogaru
PATTERNS AND CONDUCT DISPLAY OF MISBEHAVIOR IN YOUTHS AND MINORS pp. 44-53 Downloads
Cornelia Farcas
MAIN STRANDS IN LEGAL PSYCHOANALYSIS. THE LEGAL TEXT UNDER PSYCHOANALYTIC HERMENEUTICS pp. 54-60 Downloads
Mihai Giurgea
THE CONCEPTIONAL SPECIALITIES OF “OTHER CHARACTERISTIC” AS A PROTECTED ATTRIBUTE IN HUNGARIAN LAW pp. 61-75 Downloads
Marton Leo Zaccaria
THE FINANCING OF PUBLIC EDUCATION, WITH SPECIAL REGARD TO THE HUNGARIAN REGULATION pp. 76-86 Downloads
Zoltan Nagy and Ada Csizmar
CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING THE APPLICATION AND INTERPRETATION OF ARTICLE 9, PARAGRAPH 2, LETTER F) OF THE LAW NO. 393/2004 ON THE STATUS OF LOCAL ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES pp. 87-92 Downloads
Eugenia Iovanas
A COMPARATIVE VIEW OF THE MINIMUM STANDARDS OF HABITABILITY IN ROMANIA AND IN THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS (U.S.A) pp. 93-107 Downloads
Szilard Sztranyiczki
NO ONE SHALL BE TWICE TRIED FOR THE SAME OFFENCE. NE BIS IN IDEM pp. 108-115 Downloads
Lucian Chiriac and Ximena Moldovan
RELEASE OF SEIZURE ORDERED IN THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION STAGE, IN THE CASE OF ROMANIAN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS PEREMPTORY SETTLED pp. 116-120 Downloads
Ximena Moldovan

Volume 68, issue March, 2017

FORMING OF LOCAL BUDGETS: BETWEEN FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION AND SOCIAL SOLIDARITY pp. 13-31 Downloads
Brîndusa Gorea, Oana Voica Nagy and Ioana Raluca Toncean-Luieran
CHALLENGE OF MIGRATIONS– THE CASE OF SERBIA Abstract Spring wave of refugees threatens Europe this year 2016. The paper highlights the problems caused by the influx of refugeesin the Republic of Serbia, as well as legal norms in force.In Serbia, the refugees are treated more fairly than in many European countries. Our country is faced with all types of migration. This imposes a number of different yet clearly related challenges for modern migration management. On the territory of the Republic of Serbia there are 82 opened border crossings, of which 50 road, 14 railway, 4 airport, 12 river and 2 ferry. Back in December 2008, the Government of the Republic of Serbia has decided to establish the Center for asylum, which operates within the Commissariat for Refugees. To meet these challenges caused primarily due to a sudden increase in the number of asylum seekers in the Republic of Serbia in 2010, 2011 and 2012, particularly after the intensification of the armed conflict in Syria, the government has opened a new center for asylum in Bogovadja. The situation with migrants is more serious in Serbia and now the checking of all migrants who pass through our country is reinforced. According to the Government’s Decision on the issuing the certificate of entry on the territory of the Republic of Serbia for migrants coming from countries where their lives are in danger (2015), this certificate serves migrants to stay in the Republic of Serbia for a period of 72 hours of its issuance. With this certificate migrants may use the services of banks, stay in establishments providing accommodation and receive the necessary medical help. Holders of these certificates do not acquire the status of asylum seekers in terms of rules for asylum in the Republic of Serbia. In Serbia there is a clear policy of migration management which is carried on through different national strategies and strategic documents for accession to the EU, though migration represent a global phenomenon whose impact and consequences transcend national boundaries. One of the foreign policy priorities of the Republic of Serbia is to be placed on the so-called “white Schengen list”, what necessarily imposes the need of prevention of illegal migration, especially from our country or from other countries through the territory of the Republic of Serbia, toward other EU countries, candidate countries for EU membership, but also to other countries in general pp. 32-41 Downloads
Nataša Tomic-Petrovic
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO TALK ABOUT DEMOCRACY IN TURKEY? pp. 42-58 Downloads
Laura Guercio
ATYPICAL ELECTORAL SYSTEMS pp. 59-71 Downloads
Csaba Cservák
VIEWPOINTS ON JUSTICE, DEMOCRACY AND GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE pp. 72-79 Downloads
Cristina M. Kassai
EU ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMES AND MARINE POLLUTION FRAMEWORK: BEYOND THEORICAL APPROACH ERIKA AND PRESTIGE CASE LAW pp. 80-98 Downloads
Entela Cukani
LEÇONS SUR LA DIMENSION ORGANISATIONNELLE DU DROIT POSITIF ROUMAIN pp. 99-106 Downloads
Lucre?ia Dogaru
THE CRIMINALIZATION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY: THE PROBLEM OF ENSURING A BALANCE BETWEEN FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS AND PUBLIC ORDER AND MORALS pp. 107-115 Downloads
Gabriela-Aura Fodor
A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON INSOLVENCY –THE PROCEDURE APPLICABLE TO THE DEBTOR WHO IS A NATURAL PERSON (I) pp. 116-130 Downloads
Rodica Diana Apan
INSOLVENCY OF ADMINISTRATIVE TERRITORIAL UNITS - ARE THE PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC LAW FULLY COMPATIBLE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF AN EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT? pp. 131-135 Downloads
Radu Carp
CRITICAL CONSIDERATIONS ON DECISION NO. 7/2016 OF THE HIGH COURT OF CASSATION AND JUSTICE,REGARDING THE INTERPRETATION AND APPLICATION OF ART. 127 PAR. 1 AND 3 CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE pp. 136-153 Downloads
Claudia Ro?u

Volume 67, issue December, 2016

WHAT ARE THE FINANCIAL MECHANISMS UNDER THE CLIMATE CHANGE REGIME THAT SUPPORT THE USE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY. HOW CAN THESE MECHANISMS BE IMPROVED WITHIN THE 2020 AGREEMENT? pp. 13-27 Downloads
Anna-Maria Codilean
CASE LAW AND THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES REGARDING THE PAYMENT AND CREDIT INSTRUMENTS; THE BILL OF EXCHANGE, THE PROMISSORY NOTE AND THE CHEQUE pp. 28-51 Downloads
Angela Miff and Rodica Diana Apan
CONSERVATIVE ACCOUNTING PRACTICE - EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE ON THE PROVISIONS PRESENTED IN THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF LISTED COMPANIES ON BUCHAREST STOCK EXCHANGE pp. 52-63 Downloads
Ramona Neag
PROVISIONS OF THE ROMANIAN CONSTITUTION THAT CANNOT BE OBJECT TO REVISION OF THE FUNDAMENTAL LAW pp. 64-76 Downloads
Adelin Ungureanu
JUSTICE AND DEMOCRACY DEFEATED BY HUMAN RIGHTS pp. 77-84 Downloads
Dragos Chilea
THE EUROPEAN TERRITORIAL COOPERATION. ANALYSIS OF RESULTS IN THE SEVEN-YEAR PROGRAMMING PERIOD 2007-2013 AND THE NEXT NEW PROGRAMMING STRATEGIES pp. 85-92 Downloads
Carla de Iuliis
THE ADMINISTRATIVE TRANSPARENCY THROUGHT THE INSTITUTE FOR ACCESS TO DOCUMENTS, FOR THE CIVIC ACCESS AND FOIA: THE EVOLUTION OF THE NORMATIVE SYSTEM FROM THE LAW 241/90 TO THE LGS D.97/16 pp. 93-100 Downloads
Rossella Graziani
THE LAWYER - BETWEEN THE STATUTE OF LIBERAL PROFESSION AND THE NORMATIVE LIMITATIONS pp. 101-114 Downloads
Daniela Cristina Valea
LE LEGISLATIF ET L’INTERVENTION LEGISLATIVE pp. 115-128 Downloads
Mircea Criste
THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE EMISSIONS TRADING SCHEME AND OF ITS REGULATION pp. 129-137 Downloads
Zoltán Nagy and Beáta Gergely
TERRORISME ET MANIPULATION FINANCIERE pp. 138-147 Downloads
Rozemarie Olanescu, Alexandru Olanescu and Sandra Olanescu
SETTLEMENT VS. MEDIATION IN THE CRIMINAL TRIAL pp. 148-158 Downloads
Lucian Chiriac and Sonia Bianca Blaj
CONSIDERATIONS ON THE SALARY DEDUCTIONS pp. 159-164 Downloads
Roxana Maria Roba

Volume 66, issue September, 2016

LEX SITUS OR THE LAW OF THE LAND IN EARLY FEUDALISM pp. 13-17 Downloads
Roxana Matefi and Oana Saramet
LA CREATION DE VALEUR DANS LES ORGANISATIONS PUBLIQUES ET PRIVEES pp. 18-25 Downloads
Jean-Luc Penot
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SYSTEMS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR pp. 26-38 Downloads
Andy Leoveanu
HOW CAN LEGISLATION HELP ROMANIAN SMEs GO GREEN? pp. 39-56 Downloads
Zsuzsanna Katalin Szabo
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE OF CLINICAL STUDIES ON PATIENTS WITH DISEASES REPRESENTING PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEMS (DIABETES MELLITUS AND HYPERTENSION) pp. 57-62 Downloads
Eniko Nemes-Nagy, Robert Tripon, Cosmina Cristina Uzun, Zsuzsanna Simon-Szabo, Zita Fazakas, Victor Balogh-Samarghitan, Elod Erno Nagy, Marta Andrea Fodor, Zoltan Preg, Marta German-Sallo, Monika Szabo and Mariana Tilinca
RELEASE FROM PRISON AND PROBATION IN HUNGARY pp. 63-71 Downloads
Anita Nagy
PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS ON INDIVIDUAL DISMISSAL UNDER ART. 65 OF THE ROMANIAN LABOUR CODE AND THE PROTECTION OF THE EMPLOYEES RIGHTS pp. 72-83 Downloads
Gratian Urechiatu-Burian and Violeta Simionescu
OUTLOOKS ON THE JUDICIAL REMEDIES FOR THE FRAUDULENT ASSIGNMENT OF COMPANY SHARES IN THE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY;LEGAL AND CASE-LAW LANDMARKS pp. 84-97 Downloads
Rodica Diana Apan and Angela Miff
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