StatusThe thesis was presented on the 5 December, 2009
Approved by NCAA on the 11 February, 2010
Abstract– 0.37 Mb / in romanian
From the structural point of view, the paper consists of the introduction, four chapters, conclusions and the bibliography with 188 references. The obtained results were published in 7 scientific works.
The studying field of the present work consists in analyzing the essence of the relations' regulations regarding the subsidiary responsibility. The main objectives for acquiring this aim were to analyze the appearance and the evolution of these relationships and their regulations, the definition of the concept of subsidiary responsibility and the identification of its place within the system of legal civil responsibility, etc.
The scientific novelty, as well as originality of this work consists in elaborating theoretical and practical conclusions and presenting certain proposals of lege ferenda that would logically result from the investigations performed in the work, thus, contributing to the enriching of the doctrine and the improvement of the legislation in force, making it more compatible and logically linked with the existing national and international regulations.
The theoretical importance and the applicative value of the work consist in the fact that it has a multi-aspectual approach to legal regulations of the social relationships regarding the subsidiary responsibility. In this context, the work contains a complex scientific analysis of the particularities of applying the subsidiary responsibility both from the theoretical and practical point of view; there is also some knowledge from the domain of legal civil responsibility and legal science used; of the legislation in force as well as the legal practice in this domain. This material can be used for modification of civil legislation, etc.
The present thesis can be used as a teaching support for students, masters or researchers of the law faculties, for other specialists in this field, etc. The paper is also addressed to people from the legal studies environment as well as scientific researchers.
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