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The Concession

Suzana Barišić
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TitleKONCESIJE
AuthorSuzana Barišić
Mentor(s)Ivan Malenica (thesis advisor)
AbstractU pravnom smislu, koncesija predstavlja dozvolu za obavljanje neke djelatnosti uvjetovana posebnim odobrenjem, te su koncesije dvostrani pravni odnosi, što znači da se uvijek razvijaju između dviju strana, odnosno između davatelja koncesije i koncesionara. Razlikuju se tri vrste koncesija, a to su: koncesija za gospodarsko korištenje općeg ili drugog dobra, koncesija za javne usluge, te koncesija za javne radove. U hrvatskom pravu, potrebno je prije davanja koncesije provesti pripremne radnje, a pripremnim radnjama osobito se smatraju: imenovanje stručnog povjerenstva za koncesiju, izrada studije opravdanosti davanja koncesije ili analize davanja koncesije, procjena vrijednosti koncesije, te izrada dokumentacije za nadmetanje. Da bi se zasnovao koncesijski odnos, potrebno je, pored odluke o koncesiji, sklopiti ugovor o koncesiji kojimse određuju prava i obveze davatelja koncesije i koncesionara. Davatelj koncesije dužan je kontinuirano nadzirati rad koncesionara i izvršavanja njegovih obveza iz ugovora o koncesiji. U Republici Hrvatskoj se, uz Zakon o koncesijama, primjenjuju i drugi propisi, kao što je Zakon o pomorskom dobru i morskim lukama, što će biti predstavljano u ovom radu.
KeywordsConcession purpose objectives Law on Concessions policy concessions
Parallel title (English)The Concession
GranterVeleučilište u Šibeniku
PlaceŠibenik
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineSOCIAL SCIENCES
Law
Study programme typeprofessional
Study levelundergraduate
Study programmeUndergraduate study of Administrative Law
Academic title abbreviationbacc.admin.publ.
Genreundergraduate thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2016-10-26
Parallel abstract (English)In legal terms, the concession as a license to carry out some activities conditional on special authorization, and the concession bilateral legal relations, which means that they always develop between the two parties, ie between the concession grantor and the concessionaire. There are three types of concessions, namely: concession for the economic use of common or other goods, concessions for public services and concessions for public works. The Croatian law is needed before granting concessions preparatory actions, and preparatory work in particular: the appointment of the expert commission for concessions, making a concession justification study or analysis of the concession award, estimated value of the concession, and preparing tender documents. To devised concession relationship, it is necessary, in addition to the decision on the concession contract on concession outlining the rights and obligations of the concession provider and concessionaire. The concession grantor shall continuously monitor the operation of the concessionaire and the execution of its obligations under the concession agreement. In Croatia, with the Concessions Act, apply and other regulations, such as the Law on Maritime Domain and Seaports, which will be presented in this paper.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)Koncesija Zakon o koncesijama politika koncesija
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URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:143:875571
CommitterNives Paškov Milošević