Lietuvos Respublikos pilietybė 1918-2001 metais

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Knyga / Book
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Lietuvos Respublikos pilietybė 1918-2001 metais
Alternative Title:
Citizenship of the Republic of Lithuania from 1918 to 2001
Publication Data:
Vilnius : Teisinės informacijos centras, 2002.
207 p
I. Pilietybės samprata — II. Lietuvos Respublikos pilietybės teisinis reguliavimas 1918-1940 metais: 2.1. Piliečiai ex lege; 2.2. Pilietybės įgijimas optacijos būdu; 2.3. Pilietybės įgijimas natūralizacijos būdu; 2.4. Pilietybės netekimas; 2.5. Pilietybės atėmimas; 2.6. Lietuvos Respublikos pilietybės instituto įgyvendinimas Klaipėdos krašte; 2.7. Lietuvos Respublikos pilietybės instituto įgyvendinimas Vilniaus krašte; III. Lietuvos TSR pilietybė (1940-1989 m.): 3.1. Asmenys, laikomi Lietuvos TSR piliečiais 1940-1989 metais; 3.2. Lietuvos TSR institucijų įgaliojimai sprendžiant pilietybės klausimus 1940-1989 metais; 3.3. Lietuvos TSR pilietybė pagal 1989 m. lapkričio 3 d. Lietuvos TSR pilietybės įstatymą; IV. Lietuvos Respublikos pilietybės teisinis reguliavimas 1990-2001 metais ir dabartinio teisinio reguliavimo problemos: 4.1. Piliečiai ex lege; 4.2. Teisės į pilietybę išsaugojimas; 4.3. Pilietybės suteikimas; 4.4. Pilietybės netekimas; 4.5. Dviguba pilietybė — Išvados ir pasiūlymai — Summary — Literatūra ir šaltiniai.
Pilietybė; 1918-2001 m; Samprata; Reguliavimas; Išimtys.
Nationality; Lithuania; 1918-2001; Concept; Regulation; Exceptions.
Summary / Abstract:

ENA state does not exist without citizens; citizenship is an attribute of a sovereign state. Though the principle, that every state may itself determine what people may be its citizens, is consolidated in international law, however, states are not absolutely free while establishing a legal regulation of citizenship by the national laws or concluded legal treaties. This legal regulation has to ensure an implementation of the human right to citizenship, to be in compliance with international conventions, customary international law and universally accepted legal principles related with citizenship. In Lithuanian and foreign legal literature various descriptions of citizenship are presented. Though in the descriptions of citizenship presented by various authors different points are mostly emphasised, those descriptions supplement each other, and they are not incompatible. It is only the unity of various features that can comprehensively reveal the concept of citizenship. The opinion prevails in legal literature that citizenship is a constant legal link between the individual and the state. Citizenship as a legal link between the person and the state is also described in the 1997 European Convention on Citizenship. Citizenship is not just an ordinary legal link between the person and the state but a permanent, constant in space and time, effective link meaning a person's belonging to a state. Citizenship is a certain person's legal state, which is reflected by a general legal regulation of citizenship as well as by an individual documented enforcement of citizenship of every concrete person. [...]. [From the publication]

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