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, 27 March
  • 10.00 - student seminar on: Birth of a Law (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, Small Hall)

  • 10.50 - the National Assembly Speaker meets with the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and European Commission Vice-President (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, hall 1)

  • 11.00 - roundtable – presentation of public policies on the protection of the rights and improvement of the quality of life of LGBT people (National Assembly Building, 14 Kralja Milana Street, Blue Salon)

  • 11.10 - the members of the Foreign Affairs Committee and the European Integration Committee meet with the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and European Commission Vice-President (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, hall

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

  • exhibition “Slovak Naïve Painting in Serbia” (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, Central Hall)

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