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2015, vol. 53, iss. 4-6, pp. 519-541
Claims for delivered electricity and heat
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law
Abstract
Calculation and payment claims for delivered electricity and heat are causing numerous dilemmas in jurisprudence and legal theory. The issues regarding delaying with fulfillment of obligations, interest calculating, obsolescence, are just some of the contentious matters, because there is no clear and indisputable answer. Most of the presented dilemmas are connected with a specific interpretation of the legal nature of those claims. Hence, the main purpose of this article is to indicate the existence of legal dilemmas regarding the nature of the claims for delivered electricity and heat, and the consequences that impose the specific nature of these claims. The tendency will be focused on proposing answers to the exposed contentious legal issues, or to indicate the directions towards possible ways of regulating this topic pro futuro. The most appropriate place to indicate the current dilemmas regarding the claims for electricity and heat is a public discussion for the Draft Civil Code of Serbia. Thus, the presentation of certain proposals becomes more significant.

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published in SCIndeks: 08/07/2016

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