Company Law in Yugoslavia: Legislation Laws On Enterprises and Institutions

Company Law in Yugoslavia: Legislation Laws On Enterprises and Institutions 97 COMPANY LAW IN YUGOSLAVIA: LEGISLATION LAWS ON ENTERPRISES AND INSTITUTIONS As new types of enterprises take shape, Yugoslav legislation seeks to give them legal form. Specifically, the laws are attempting to confirm developments in the field of "organ- izations of associated labor" (organizacija udruzenog rada), i.e. any entity (enterprises, institutions, and other organiza- tions) that employs working people. New legislation reflects the fact that the autonomy of these enterprises and institutions is directly exercised by their members-the workers of the respective entity. Since it is easier for the workers to carry out their powers in small legal units rather than in one large body, enterprises and institutions in practice tend to be composed of several smaller organizations. The principle that juridical persons can be composed of several smaller organizations has been set forth in the following major legislation: The Law of 13 April 1973 on the Constitution [Konstitui- ranje] and Registration in the Judicial Register of Organ- izations of Associated Labor; 1 The Law of 13 April 1973 on the Circulation of Social Assets of a Basic Organization [osnovna organizacija] of Associated Labor; 2 The Law of 13 April 1973 on Mutual Relations of Workers in Associated http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Review of Socialist Law (in 1992 continued as Review of Central and East European Law) Brill

Company Law in Yugoslavia: Legislation Laws On Enterprises and Institutions

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Martinus Nijhoff
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© 1977 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
0165-0300
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1875-2985
D.O.I.
10.1163/157303577X00039
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97 COMPANY LAW IN YUGOSLAVIA: LEGISLATION LAWS ON ENTERPRISES AND INSTITUTIONS As new types of enterprises take shape, Yugoslav legislation seeks to give them legal form. Specifically, the laws are attempting to confirm developments in the field of "organ- izations of associated labor" (organizacija udruzenog rada), i.e. any entity (enterprises, institutions, and other organiza- tions) that employs working people. New legislation reflects the fact that the autonomy of these enterprises and institutions is directly exercised by their members-the workers of the respective entity. Since it is easier for the workers to carry out their powers in small legal units rather than in one large body, enterprises and institutions in practice tend to be composed of several smaller organizations. The principle that juridical persons can be composed of several smaller organizations has been set forth in the following major legislation: The Law of 13 April 1973 on the Constitution [Konstitui- ranje] and Registration in the Judicial Register of Organ- izations of Associated Labor; 1 The Law of 13 April 1973 on the Circulation of Social Assets of a Basic Organization [osnovna organizacija] of Associated Labor; 2 The Law of 13 April 1973 on Mutual Relations of Workers in Associated

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Review of Socialist Law (in 1992 continued as Review of Central and East European Law)Brill

Published: Jan 1, 1977

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