Birth of a law


When does the effect of a law cease?

Most often, a law ceases to be in effect once a new law that regulates the same area is adopted.
A law also ceases to be in effect (individual provisions of the law) on the basis of a decision of the Constitutional Court. In this case, only certain provisions of the law may become ineffective.
A law also ceases to be in effect after the expiration of the period for which it has been adopted. If it only regulates a specific situation, specific relations, or activities that are not going to be repeated, a law can cease to be in effect once it has been executed (for example, Law on Consolidation, etc.).


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Friday, 25 July
  • 11.00 - public hearing on the Draft Law amending and modifying the Law on Higher Education, organised by the Committee on Education, Science, Technological Development and the Information Society (NA House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, Small Hall)

  • 11.00 - sitting of the Committee on Administrative, Budgetary, Mandate and Immunity Issues (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, hall 2)

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