Civilinio kodekso normų, susijusių su šeimos narių teisių apsauga, įgyvendinimo problemos

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Civilinio kodekso normų, susijusių su šeimos narių teisių apsauga, įgyvendinimo problemos
Alternative Title:
Realization of Civil Code norms related with the defence of the family members’ rights
In the Journal:
Jurisprudencija [Jurisprudence]. 2002, Nr. 28 (20), p. 137-143
Civilinis kodeksas; Santuoka; Vaikų teisės; Šeima; Šeimos narių interesai; Šeimos santykiai; Šeimos teisė, vaikai, sutuoktinių teisės ir pareigos, bažnytinė sntuoka.
Children's rights; Civil code; Family; Family law, marriage, children, rights and duties of spouses, church marriage; Family relationship; Interests of family members; Marriage.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje nagrinėjami Lietuvos Respublikos civilinio kodekso straipsniai: 3.193 straipsnis (Tėvų susitarimas dėl savo nepilnamečių vaikų išlaikymo), 3.196 straipsnis (Išlaikymo forma ir dydis), trečiosios knygos VI dalies XV skyrius (Bendras gyvenimas neįregistravus santuokos), 3.55 straipsnis (Santuokos nutraukimas vieno sutuoktinio prašymu), 3.24 straipsnis (Santuokos sudarymas bažnyčios (konfesijų) nustatyta tvarka), 3.161 straipsnis (Vaikų teisės) jų įgyvendinimo ir tobulinimo aspektu. [Iš leidinio]

ENA lot of relations have been newly regulated by the new Civil Code, which came into force on the 1st of July, 2001. The greatest alternations involve matrimonial and family relations. There is no separate code of The Matrimonial and Family Code left as such. The latter norms are included into the Third Civil Code book titled „Family Law”. This article discloses only several problems of the new Civil Code. Norms relating to the rights and duties of family members suggest a few contradictions to Constitution of Lithuanian Republic and are incompatible with the other standards of Civil Code. Thus, our special attention is given to the following questions: 1) the parents’ agreement on the support of their minors; 2) form and size of such support; 3) cohabitation – relations between a man and a woman living together without having their marriage registered; 4) marriage dissolution by the request of one of the spouses; 5) marriage realization by religious license; 6) children’s rights. Previously listed norms are analyzed for being put into practice and improved progressivelly. Besides, we have also tried to review certain standards of foreign countries as well. [Text from author]

1392-6195; 2029-2058
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