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Anna Tunia
ISBN: 978-83-8061-044-6
Pages: 398
Format: B5
Year: 2015
Language: Polish


TABLE OF CONTENTS

List of abbreviations

Introduction

Chapter I. Theoretical and Legal Issues
1. Introductory remarks
2. Meaning of the term "reception of law"
2.1. Etymology and factual definitions
2.2. Conditions and factors of the phenomenon of reception of law
3. Types of reception of law
3.1. Breakdown of the reception by scope
3.2. Breakdown of the reception by method (form) of introduction
3.3. Breakdown of the reception by effect (result)
4. Internal law of religious organizations as the subject-matter of a reception
4.1. Internal law of religious organizations - term, scope and form of regulation
4.2. The phenomenon of nationalization of the rules of internal law of religious organizations - theoretical aspects
5. Conclusions

Chapter II. Reception of law as a universal historical phenomenon
1. Introductory remarks
2. The phenomenon of reception of foreign laws in the universal history of law
2.1. Reception of law in the ancient countries of Middle East
2.2. Reception of Roman law in medieval and modern Europe
2.3. Reception of Roman law in the Church
3. The phenomenon of reception of foreign laws in the universal history of Polish law
3.1. Reception of Roman law in pre-partition Poland
3.2. Application of the laws of foreign countries within the annexed Polish territories
3.3. Reception of French law in the Duchy of Warsaw and in the Kingdom of Poland
3.4. Application of laws of the former occupant countries in interwar Poland
3.5. Influence of foreign laws upon Polish law after 1945
4. The phenomenon of reception of internal law of religious organizations into state law - historical outline
4.1. General approach
4.1.1. Role of religious law in the bureaucratic system
4.1.2. Place of canon law in papo-cesarism
4.1.3. Application of the Church law in the modern confessional states
4.2. Polish perspective
4.2.1. Reception of religious law in the law of the First Polish Republic
4.2.2. Recognition of religious law in the regulations in force in the Polish territories during the partitions
4.2.3. Reception of canon law in the legal system of the Second Polish Republic
4.2.4. Presence of the internal law of religious organizations in the law of the Polish People’s Republic
5. Conclusions

Chapter III. Legal basis of reception of internal law of religious organizations in the law of the Third Polish Republic
1. Introductory remarks
2. Autonomy and independence as a constitutional basis for separateness of the church and state legal systems
3. Legal nature of internal law of religious organizations in light of the Constitution
4. Phenomenon of reception of internal law of religious organizations in state law
4.1. Principle of ineffectiveness of the internal law of religious organizations in state law
4.2. Principle of ineffectiveness of the internal law of religious organizations in state law
5. Conclusions

Chapter IV. Reception of internal law of religious organizations in the area of administrative law
1. Introductory remarks
2. Faculties of ecclesiastical science in public universities
3. Private confessional education
4. Recognition by the state of professional titles awarded by church high schools
5. Obtaining professional titles by graduates of Catholic seminaries
6. Core curriculum (content of teaching) of religion classes
7. Programs and textbooks for religion teaching
8. Leave of absence in school in order to hold a retreat
9. Public tasks in the field of marital status administration
10. Marriage under the internal law of the church or other religious organization
11. Public cults
12. Religious organizations
13. Conclusions

Chapter V. Reception of internal law of religious organizations in the area of penal law
1. Introductory remarks
2. Malicious interference in the performance of religious ceremonies
3. Malicious interference in funeral, mourning ceremonies or rites
4. Protection of confession secrets
5. Conclusions

Chapter VI. Reception of internal law of religious organizations in the area of tax law and social security law and health insurance
1. Introductory remarks
2. Entity of the clergy income tax
3. Object of the taxation of income earned by members of the clergy
4. A clergyman as the subject of social security and health insurance
5. Conclusions

Chapter VII. Reception of internal law of religious organizations in the area of civil law
1. Introductory remarks
2. Civil law personality of religious organizational units
3. Application of the internal law of religious organizations with regulated legal status in terms of the civil law relations
4. Declarations of intent of simultaneous contraction of marriage under the Polish law
5. Conclusions

Chapter VIII. Reception of internal law of religious organizations in the area of labor law
1. Introductory remarks
2. Statutory holidays
3. Professional qualifications of religion teachers
4. Canonical mission to teach religion
5. Conclusions

Ending of the paper

References
I. Sources
1. Sources of law
1.1. Constitutions
1.2. International agreements
1.3. Laws and other legal acts of statutory rank
1.4. Regulations and other acts of executive nature
1.5. Statutory legal acts
1.6. Contracts and agreements state-church
1.7. Acts of internal law of religious organizations
2. Jurisdiction
3. Documents
3.1. Parliamentary and ministerial documents
3.2. Legal opinions and expertise
3.3. Church documents
4. Other sources

II. Literature

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