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Lecturer: Miljen Matijašević G10, room 6/I, Tue 15:30-16:30 Session 11, 13 Jan 2015.

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1 Lecturer: Miljen Matijašević G10, room 6/I, Tue 15:30-16:30 Session 11, 13 Jan 2015

2 1. Revision of the last session 2. Final revision

3 Charter of the United Nations

4 1. What was the UN founded and which international organisation did it succeed? 2. Where are its headquarters and how many member states does it have? 3. What are the UN’s official languages? 4. What are the principal organs of the UN? 5. What do you know about the General Assembly? 6. What about the UN Security Council? 7. What are some of the tasks of the Secretariat?

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6 1. If a person dies i__________, the estate is distributed according to special rules, laid down by the law. 2. The definite consent of a state to be bound by a treaty is referred to as r__________. 3. A person can be exempted from criminal liability on the grounds of i__________, c__________, and n__________. 4. A p__________ b__________ is an amount of money left in a will to a b__________ by the testator. 5. A divorce where the parties agree on all terms, including the distribution of property, c__________ of children, is referred to as u__________ divorce.

7 1. If a person dies INTESTATE, the estate is distributed according to special rules, laid down by the law. 2. The definite consent of a state to be bound by a treaty is referred to as RATIFICATION. 3. A person can be exempted from criminal liability on the grounds of INSANITY, COERCION, and NECESSITY. 4. A PECUNIARY BEQUEST is an amount of money left in a will to a BENEFICIARY by the testator. 5. A divorce where the parties agree on all terms, including the distribution of property, CUSTODY of children, is referred to as UNCONTESTED divorce.

8 1. The parties in a divorce proceeding are referred to as the _______ and the respondent. 2. Crimes used to be classified into _______ and misdemeanours. 3. Tax _______ is a crime also known as tax avoidance. 4. One of the purposes of punishment is to _______ from crime. 5. If you help someone commit a crime, you may be charged as a(n) _______. 6. An actus reus does not have to consist in an actual act, it can consist in _______ or simply words. 7. Our country is not a _______ to that convention. 8. A marriage is voidable without a valid _______. 9. A will can be _______ by a codicil or a new will.

9 1. The parties in a divorce proceeding are referred to as the PETITIONER and the respondent. 2. Crimes used to be classified into FELONIES and misdemeanours. 3. Tax EVASION is a crime also known as tax avoidance. 4. One of the purposes of punishment is to DETER from crime. 5. If you help someone commit a crime, you may be charged as a(n) ACCESSORY. 6. An actus reus does not have to consist in an actual act, it can consist in OMISSION or simply words. 7. Our country is not a SIGNATORY to that convention. 8. A marriage is voidable without a valid CONSENT. 9. A will can be REVOKED by a codicil or a new will.

10 1. In spite of the extension of the law of divorce, the contract of marriage is still regarded by the law as binding for life. 2. The Council of the EU passes European legislation (in co-decision with the EP), and co-ordinates national policies of MS. 3. Adoption referrs to the formal agreement on the form and content of the text of a proposed treaty. 4. Practice has shown that the death penalty is regularly applied with a dose of arbitrariness, inequity and discrimination.

11  manslaughter  passive euthanasia  decision (EU)  accession (to a treaty)  void marriage

12 Thank you for your attention!


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