Outlines of the Hungarian labour law corvina logo

Szerző: Bankó Zoltán
Cím: Outlines of the Hungarian labour law
Megjelenési adatok: Janus Pannonius Tudományegyetem Állam- és Jogtudományi Kar, Pécs, 1998.

coverimage To describe the Hungarian labour law in such a short writing one need to be very brief. The text of the basic statutes and statutory instruments alone exceeds the length of this work many times, even to describe the most important legal institutions needs extreme conciseness. Moreover, the intended readers of this study on the Hungarian labour law have no previous knowledge about the Hungarian legal system or about the Hungarian legal regulation. The institutions of the Hungarian labour regulation are to be described in a way so that they be comprehensible and comparable to regulations of other legal systems. These two requirements - conciseness required by size and intelligibility - conceal the danger Horace warned us about: conciseness might have a detrimental effect on intelligibility thus obscuring the possible values of content. Therefore, special requirements are met by special methodology on the forthcoming pages: comprehensive, illustrative charts describing connections and legal regulation foster comprehension when studying the different chapters; detailed references (references to rules of law and legal textbooks) point out links between certain legal institutions to ensure the opportunity to deepen and widen knowledge. | 1 The Structure of the Hungarian Labour Law | The purpose of the introductory lines of the chapter about the structure of the Hungarian labour law is to show what parts the structure of the regulation of the current Hungarian labour law is divided into and to show the relationship between the statutory instruments building up this structure. It is reasonable to cover their taxonomy on the first pages, as it can serve as a basis for understanding and evaluating the legal nature of the different legal institutions during their treatment. 1992 brought a decisive change in the Hungarian labour law: the backbone of the current labour law regulation, the most important institutions were established then. The aim of regulation of Act XXII of 1992 on the Labour Code arose from the necessity to depart from former regulation. "The marketconform regulation entails that the former regulation of administrative nature shall be replaced by a regulation of private law nature which complies better with the nature of labour relations. Legal interference of the state shall recede, cogent regulation pertaining to the subjects of labour law relations shall be restricted to determining the so called 'minimalstandards'."
Kategóriák: Jogtudomány
Tárgyszavak: Munkajog
Formátum: OCR szöveg
Típus: könyv