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The Legal Effects of Eu Directive Through its Interpretation

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  • Nikčević Ivan

    () (Singidunum University, Department of Informati cs and Computing 32 Danijelova Street, Belgrade, Serbia)

  • Parlić Jovana

    (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law 67 Kralja Aleksandra Boulevard, Belgrade, Serbia)

Abstract

Na osnovu tumacenja Evropskog suda pravde u vezi sa odredbama sporazuma, direktiva Evropske Unije ima samo vertikalno direktno dejstvo. Međutim, kroz tumacenje suda, Direktiva dostiže razlicita i dalekosežna dejstva. Tumacenje državnih zakona od strane sudova zemlje clanice, a koji su u skladu sa svrhom i formulacijom direktive, može direktno da utice na pojedince i dovede do horizontalnog direktnog dejstva. Tumacenje slucaja od strane Evropskog suda pravde, a koji se zasniva na neprimenjivanju direktive, stvorilo je jedno od opštih principa Komunitarnog prava kako bi se ublažili nedostaci i ogranicenja doktrine horizontalnog direktnog dejstva. Tumacenje direktive postepeno utice na širenje obima njenog dejstva.

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  • Nikčević Ivan & Parlić Jovana, 2013. "The Legal Effects of Eu Directive Through its Interpretation," The European Journal of Applied Economics, Sciendo, vol. 10(1), pages 11-17, April.
  • Handle: RePEc:vrs:tejoae:v:10:y:2013:i:1:p:11-17:n:2
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