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Engleski-legal terms za profesorku Silvanu Popovic
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Ovo su termini koje je profesorka Silvana Popović diktirala na prvom času predavanja, oni će biti na oba kolokvijuma. Primer testa se nalazi na sajtu fakulteta na njenom profilu. Pisao sam na brzinu pa se možda potkrala neka greška, a i nisam stigao za dva termina (neglience, constitution) da napišem sve. Uglavnom ako neko od kolega uvidi greške neka me ispravi. Profesorka je rekla da ne mora napamet da sa uči, može i svojim rečima ali za neke termine mora da se napiše kako je diktirala naprimer za parlament da ima legislative powers to su kao neke ključne reči koje moramo da napišemo ostalo može svojim rečima. Brojevi pored termina koliko sam shvatio označavaju za koji se kolokvijum uče. Na prvom kolokvijumu radimo materiju iz oblasti krivičnog prava na drugom iz oblasti građanskog prava i taj drugi je kaže dosta teži. Nadam se da će nekom pomoći. �� appeal (1)- a request to higher court to overturn the judgment of a lower one. case method (1)- book a system of instructiton or study of law focused upon the analysis of court opinion rather than lectures and textbooks. civil law (2)- the body of laws of a state or nation dealing with the rights of private citizens.

common law (1)- laws that develop through case decisions by judges - not enacted by legislative bodies. ( or- body of law developed through the courts and case decisions.)

constitution (2)- the system of laws and basic principles that a state, a country or an organization is governed by ( book the fundamental law, written or unwritten that establishes the character of a government by.....)

contract (2)- a legally enforceable agreement between two or more persons or parties ( every contract has four legal elements required by law: an offer, acceptance, consideration and an intention to create legal relations.) crime (1) - book a public wrong/an offence against society punishable by the state.

damages (2)- money awarded by a court as compensation to a claimant ( plaintiff). equity (1)- a branch of law that developed along side common law and is concerned with fairness and justice. judicial precedent (1) - a judicial decision that can be used as a standard in similar case. legislation (1)- a law or set of laws suggested by a government and made official by a parliament; the process of making and passing law.

liable (2)- legally responsible neglience (2)- tort or civil wrong; failure to give proper care to something/somebody. parliament (2)- national representive body, having supreme legislative powers within a state. remedy(1)- a way of repairing harm or damage suffered.

tort (2)- a civil wrong done by one person to another and entitling the victim to claim damages. trial (2)- a criminal or civil court case heard before a judge.

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