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CHAPTER 37 Slovenia

Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims

37 Slovenia Prof. Dr. Marko Pavliha Mitja Grbec, LL.M. A. INTRODUCTION The Republic of Slovenia is a civil law country with the result that the doctrine of “ stare decis ” is not observed. Maritime legislation is within the authority of the Slovenian Parliament ( Državni zbor ) while maritime cases are taken before the District Court of Koper ( Okrosžno sodišče v Kopru ) and the Court of Appeal ( Viš sodišče v Kopru . The right to appeal to the Supreme Court of the Republic of Slovenia ( Vrhovno sodiš če Republike Slovenije ) is also granted on certain conditions.

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