Editura Universul Juridic Cases for admission to INM / Magistracy. Civil law and civil procedural law - 2021 - Vasile Bozesan

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Author: Laura-Cristina Carcia, Andreea Florina Mateescu, Mihaela Mineran, Elena Panaite-Jitianu, Vasile Bozesan

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Publisher year: 2021

ISBN: 978-606-39-0873-6

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The written test through the cases is integrated, necessarily and usefully, together with the grid tests, in the paradigm of the complete verification of the legal knowledge necessary for access to the magistracy.

The cases, through their requirements, combine the theoretical perspective with the practical one on the legal issues, testing not only the informational baggage of the candidate, but, extremely important, also his capacity to adequately understand the institutions of civil law and civil procedural law, as well as the ability. to apply the rules of law to a concrete conflicting procedural hypothesis.

The aim of this paper was to place the candidate in a context of (self) verification as close as possible to the specific exam, in the sense of rigorous testing and evaluation by solving specific cases combined with the verification of theoretical knowledge, in this sense the tests including clear requirements they are assigned a certain score and for which a certain resolution time is recommended.

This paper - a unique project on the publishing market - is made by a group of authors composed of judges with significant scientific activity, but, most importantly, with extensive practical experience, necessary to capitalize on an applied perspective of law.

The paper contains 25 tests (with 2 cases each), in which various issues of civil law and civil procedural law are problematized and proposed, these being designed so as to cover, in principle, the competition theme.

The tests are performed in accordance with current legislation and mandatory decisions of the High Court of Cassation and Justice and the Constitutional Court of Romania and are a useful tool not only for preparing candidates for the National Institute of Magistracy, but is recommended at the same time and trainee judges and prosecutors for the preparation of the aptitude test, candidates entering other legal professions, justice auditors and law students.
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Vasile Bozesan

Education and training: PhD student, Civil Procedural Law, Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest; graduate of the National Institute of Magistracy (2011), graduate of the master's courses, specialty Private Law, Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest (2011); degree in Law, Faculty of Law, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca (2008).

Professional experience: judge, vice-president, Ilfov Tribunal (2017-present); judge, Teleorman Tribunal, Civil Section (2015-2017); judge, Alexandria Court (2011-2015); justice auditor, National Institute of Magistracy (2009-2011).

Scientific research activity: The essential conditions of the forced execution. Conformity, effectiveness, completeness and promptness, Universul Juridic Publishing House, 2018; Law no. 77/2016 regarding the payment. Commentary on articles (coordinator / author), Universul Juridic Publishing House, 2017; Forced execution. Difficulties and practical solutions, vol. I and II (co-author), coordinators E. Oprina, V. Bozesan; Ed. Universul Juridic, 2016, 2017.

Laura-Cristina Carcia

Education and training: PhD student, Civil Procedure Law, Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest; master's degree studies, discipline Judicial career, Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest (2004-2005).

Professional experience: judge, Ilfov Tribunal (November 2011-present); judge, Bucharest Tribunal (June 2010-November 2011); judge, Cornetu Court (2008-June 2010).

Scientific research activity: articles - The effects of the decisions of the High Court of Cassation and Justice to reject as inadmissible the notifications in order to pronounce preliminary decisions for resolving legal issues, in European Legal Studies and Research, International Conference of PhD Students and Law Students, Faculty of Law, West University of Timisoara, European Center for Legal Studies and Research, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Timisoara, 2018; Forms of the appeal, in the volume of the International Conference of Doctors and Law Students, Faculty of Law, West University of Timisoara, European Center for Legal Studies and Research, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Timisoara, 2019; Comparative look between the appeal in the interest of the law and the notification of the High Court of Cassation and Justice in order to pronounce a preliminary decision for resolving legal issues, in European Legal Studies and Research, International Conference of PhD Students in Law, ed. a 12 a, Ed. Universul Juridic, Timisoara, 2020.

Andreea Florina Mateescu

Education and training: postgraduate studies, National Institute of Magistracy (1999-2000); university studies, Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest (1995-1999).

Professional experience: liaison judge for the 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction (April 2007-present) and member of the International Hague Network of Judges (IHNJ) - The Hague Conference on Private International Law; member of the Romanian Judicial Network in civil and commercial matters (February 2007-present) with the status of trainer in the field “Judicial cooperation in civil and commercial matters” (2006-present); judge at the Bucharest Tribunal, Civil Section V (September 2004-present), with the rank of court of appeal (October 2020-present); judge at the District 5 Court of Bucharest (May 2002-August 2004); trainee judge at the Gaesti Court, Dambovita (September 2000-April 2002); INM Justice Auditor (October 1999-July 2000).

Scientific research activity: books - Child protection and adoption. Judicial practice, Hamangiu Publishing House, Bucharest, 2008; articles / contributions - Bulletin of the Romanian Judicial Network in civil and commercial matters no. 3/2018, Hamangiu Publishing House, Bucharest, 2018, dedicated to the jurisprudence of the contracting states at the Lugano Conventions of September 16, 1988 and of October 30, 2007 regarding the jurisdiction of private international law and the procedure of recognition and approval of the forced execution of foreign judgments in civil and commercial matters; Bucharest Court. Bulletin of Jurisprudence 2018, Universul Juridic Publishing House; Bucharest Court. Bulletin of Jurisprudence 2019, Ed. Universul Juridic.

Mihaela Mineran

Education and training: postgraduate studies, Regulations included in the new Civil Code and the new Code of Civil Procedure, Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest (2010-2011); master's degree studies, in-depth private law, Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest (2007-2008); academic studies, National Institute of Magistracy (2003-2005); university studies, Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest (1999-2003).

Professional experience: judge, Bucharest Court of Appeal, Civil Section VI (September 2013-present); Countyecator, Bucharest Tribunal, Civil Section VI (2012-2013); judge, Bucharest District 2 Court (2008-2012), judge, Racari Court (2007-2008), trainee judge, Giurgiu Court (2005-2007), member of various examination commissions organized by the Superior Council of Magistracy and the National Institute of Magistracy.

Scientific research activity: books - Bucharest Court of Appeal. Jurisprudence Bulletin. Annual repertoire. 2014, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2016 (co-author); Land Registry. Commented jurisprudence and regulation from the new Civil Code, Hamangiu Publishing House, Bucharest, 2013; Comments of the Civil Code. Publicity of rights, acts and legal facts. Land book, Hamangiu Publishing House, Bucharest, 2012.

Elena Panaite-Jitianu

Education and training: undergraduate studies, Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest (1993-1997).

Professional experience: judge at the Bucharest Tribunal, Civil Section V (July 2009-present); initial training trainer - external collaborator, National School of Clerks, discipline Civil procedural law (2007-present); judge at the District 5 Court (November 1997-July 2009).

Scientific research activity: member of the editorial board of the Bulletin of the Jurisprudence of the Bucharest Tribunal 2018 and 2019.

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TEST I / 7
TEST II. / 12
TEST III / 16
TEST IV / 20
TEST V / 23
TEST VI / 27
TEST VII / 31
TEST VIII / 35
TEST IX / 39
TEST X / 43
TEST XI / 48
TEST XII / 51
TEST XIII / 56
TEST XIV / 61
TEST XV / 65
TEST XVI / 69
TEST XVII / 74
TEST XVIII / 78
TEST XIX / 82
TEST XX / 86
TEST XXI / 91
TEST XXII / 95
TEST XXIII / 99
TEST XXIV / 104
TEST XXV / 108
TEST SCALE I / 111
SCALE TEST II / 117
SCALE TEST III / 123
SCALE TEST IV / 129
TEST SCALE V / 135
SCALE TEST VI / 140
SCALE TEST VII / 145
SCALE TEST VIII / 150
SCALE TEST IX / 155
TEST SCALE X / 160
SCALE TEST XI / 164
SCALE TEST XII / 170
SCALE TEST XIII / 175
SCALE TEST XIV / 182
SCALE TEST XV / 188
SCALE TEST XVI / 195
SCALE TEST XVII / 207
SCALE TEST XVIII / 214
SCALE TEST XIX / 221
SCALE TEST XX / 228
SCALE TEST XXI / 238
SCALE TEST XXII / 242
SCALE TEST XXIII / 246
SCALE TEST XXIV / 250
SCALE TEST XXV / 254
ADMISSION COMPETITION TO THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MAGISTRATE, SEPTEMBER 2019-FEBRUARY 2020/259
SCALE ADMISSION CONTEST AT THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MAGISTRATE, SEPTEMBER 2019-FEBRUARY 2020/263
EXAMPLING SUBJECTS / 268
EXAMPLE SCALE / 271

The written test through the cases is integrated, necessarily and usefully, together with the grid tests, in the paradigm of the complete verification of the legal knowledge necessary for access to the magistracy.

The cases, through their requirements, combine the theoretical perspective with the practical one on the legal issues, testing not only the informational baggage of the candidate, but, extremely important, also his capacity to adequately understand the institutions of civil law and civil procedural law, as well as the ability. to apply the rules of law to a concrete conflicting procedural hypothesis.

The aim of this paper was to place the candidate in a context of (self) verification as close as possible to the specific exam, in the sense of rigorous testing and evaluation by solving specific cases combined with the verification of theoretical knowledge, in this sense the tests including clear requirements they are assigned a certain score and for which a certain resolution time is recommended.

This paper - a unique project on the publishing market - is made by a group of authors composed of judges with significant scientific activity, but, most importantly, with extensive practical experience, necessary to capitalize on an applied perspective of law.

The paper contains 25 tests (with 2 cases each), in which various issues of civil law and civil procedural law are problematized and proposed, these being designed so as to cover, in principle, the competition theme.

The tests are performed in accordance with current legislation and mandatory decisions of the High Court of Cassation and Justice and the Constitutional Court of Romania and are a useful tool not only for preparing candidates for the National Institute of Magistracy, but is recommended at the same time and trainee judges and prosecutors for the preparation of the aptitude test, candidates entering other legal professions, justice auditors and law students.

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