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Anali Pravnog fakulteta u Beogradu
2018, vol. 66, br. 3, str. 129-157
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: članak
doi:10.5937/AnaliPFB1803129K

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Običaji kao izvori međunarodnog kosmičkog prava
Univerzitet 'Union - Nikola Tesla', Poslovni pravni fakultet, Beograd + Samarski Nacionalni Univerzitet 'S. P. Koroljov', Pravni fakultet, Samara, Rusija

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Sažetak

Rad ima dva osnovna dela. U prvom je dat kratak osvrt na običajna pravila kao jedan od najvažnijih izvora međunarodnog prava. U centralnom, drugom delu, rad se bavi običajima kao delom međunarodnog kosmičkog prava. Tu su obrađena pitanja, kao što su: trenutak nastanka običajnih pravila u međunarodnom kosmičkom pravu (problem 'instant' običaja), uloga običajnih pravila u međunarodnom kosmičkom pravu, dokazi o univerzalnim običajima u međunarodnom kosmičkom pravu, sadržina običaja koji su deo međunarodnog kosmičkog prava, problemi u vezi sa običajima koji su deo međunarodnog kosmičkog prava (uključujući i opasnost zloupotrebe) i perspektive običaja kao izvora međunarodnog kosmičkog prava. Navodeći mnoge argumenate koji to potvrđuju, autor zaključuje da će iz mnogo razloga međunarodni pravni običaji i dalje biti ne samo potrebni i korisni, već će ostati među najvažnijim izvorima kosmičkog prava, s tim što će se uz postojeće javljati i razvijati i novi običaji.

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