The effects of a marriage contract

On immovable property that was acquired during the marriage, joint ownership of the spouses on the entire immovable property is entered in the cadaster, based on the fact of the existence of the marriage in the moment of acquisition of ownership over that property,...

Legal Conditions for crossing the state border of a minor

During the period of summer holidays, as an interesting question arising so many dilemmas is the right of parent/s, as well as other relatives and friends to transfer a minor across the state border. The answer, though legally given in one provision of the Law on...

Adverse possession and Conciseness

Adverse possession (Usucapio), as an original legal way of acquiring property was envisaged by the Law of the XII Table (450 BC). The term “usucapio” itself, decomposed into two Latin words – usu and capere – literally means to gain by use....