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UNIT 5. JUDICIARY. A – LEGISLATION Ex.1, p.67. Courts in Slovenia: District Courts (44) Regional Courts (11) Higher Courts (4) and the Supreme Court of the Republic of Slovenia are the courts with general jurisdiction. A – LEGISLATION Ex.2, p.67. Apple Corps & Apple Computer.

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unit 5

UNIT 5

JUDICIARY

a legislation ex 1 p 67
A – LEGISLATION Ex.1, p.67

Courts in Slovenia:

  • District Courts (44)
  • Regional Courts (11)
  • Higher Courts (4) and
  • the Supreme Court of the Republic of

Slovenia are the courts with general jurisdiction.

a legislation ex 2 p 67
A – LEGISLATION Ex.2, p.67
  • Apple Corps & Apple Computer.
  • George Harrison (the late Beatle).
  • The Beatles' record label.
  • They wanted to be in front of Atari in the phone book.
  • To share their use of the Apple trademark.
  • Because it began to develop computers with sound capabilities.
  • No.
  • No.
  • Apple Computer, they entered the entertainment business.
  • No.
  • 25 years.
ex 3 p 67
Ex.3, p.67

1h

2i

3g

4a

5e

6c

7j

8f

9b

10d

ex 4 p 68
Ex.4, p. 68

trademark

to launch

a co-founder

ex 5 p 68
Ex. 5, p.68

člen – article

odstavek – paragraph

alineja – indent

določba – provision

uredba – regulation

Other types of provisions: general, transitional, final, financial, etc.

ex 7 p 69
Ex. 7, p.69

law (RULE) noun [C or U] - a rule, usually made by a government, that is used to order the way in which a society behaves, or the whole system of such rules

b courts and human rights ex 1 p 70
B – COURTS AND HUMAN RIGHTSEx. 1, p.70

1 g

2 h

3 i

4 f

5 j

6 k

7 b

8 e

9 a

10 c

11 d

ex 2 p 70
Ex. 2, p.70
  • Human rights are rights inherent to all humanbeings, whatever our nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, language, or any other status. We are all equally entitled to our human rights without discrimination. These rights are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible. (by OHCHR)

On December 10, 1948 the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

ex 3 p 70 part i history
Ex. 3, p.70 Part I: History
  • prisoners kept in degrading or inhuman conditions; parents & children taken into care; plaintiffs waiting for their cases to be resolved; journalists prosecuted for ciriticizing
  • the court's accessibility
  • the logo for the Council of Europe
  • 7 or 17
  • 1 November 1998
  • No
  • 12
  • September 1953
  • alleged violation of the Convention
ex 4 p 72
Ex. 4, p.72
  • The court rejected/turned down all claims.
  • Have you already reached the agreement?
  • The provision regarding the number of days of a worker's annual leave is not binding.
  • Where is the Seat of the European Court of Auditors?
  • The law came in force/took effect on 1 January 2006.
  • The employment contract shall be concluded in written form.
  • Have the negotiations succedeed?/Have the negotiations been successful?
  • The law stipulates/provides/sets forth the minimum number of days of annual leave.
ex 2 p 74
Ex.2, p.74

1 cannot (may/can)

2 prohibited (banned/illegal/unlawful/outlawed)

3 must (may/can)

4 contrary

5 banned (prohibited)

6 allowed

7 allows

8 shall (must)

9 prohibits

10 shall

11 illegal (prohibited/outlawed/unlawful)

12 shall (may/can)

13 illegal (prohibited/outlawed/unlawful)

14 banned (prohibited)

15 illegal (prohibited/outlawed/unlawful)

16 may (can)

17 shall (must)

ex 3 p 75
Ex.3, p.75
  • Residents are not allowed (cannot/may not) to park in visitor parking. (in front of blocks of flats, university campus, etc.)
  • One can donate blood. (health centeres, newspapers, etc.)
  • You are not allowed to talk loud./You have to be quiet. (cinema, health center, etc.)
  • You can go to/may use the toilet here.
  • Only zoo employees are allowed to enter here/can enter here. (zoo)
  • You may/can use this check-out if you have 10 items or less. /You cannot/may not/are not allowed to use… if you have/carry more than 10 items in your trolley. (shop, shopping mall)
  • We are not allowed to see tobacco to under 18. We may need to check your ID if… (newsagents)
  • One can exchange money here. (banks, exchange office)
  • Only staff are allowed to enter this door. You mustn't enter this door if you do not belong to staff.
  • Carts must be returned here. (in front of shopping malls)
  • One may/can park here for 10 minutes only. One mustn't park/cannot park here for more than 10 minutes. (in front of schools, health canetres)
  • One cannot enter this park after 11 p.m.
ex 4 p 76
Ex.4, p.76
  • COULDN'T HAVE COMMITTED
  • MAY/CAN/MIGHT/COULD HURT
  • SHALL PAY
  • SHOULD //MIGHT/COULD HAVE CALLED
  • SHALL HAVE
  • MAY/CAN
  • HAVEN'T BEEN ABLE TO MUST BE
  • SHOULDN'T HAVE PARKED
  • SHOULD HAVE RECEIVED MUST HAVE GOT LOST
  • SHALL/SHOULD/CAN I
  • CAN’T BE EASY TO GET
  • CAN/MAY
  • COULD/SHOULD
  • SHALL