Entering into force of the general act vs the date of its implementation

Amendments to laws and other regulations must stipulate transitional and final provisions.

They regulate, among other things, the date of entry into force of the act, which is, as a rule, eight days starting from the day of its publication in the “Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia”, while in certain cases later implementation of the act or its certain provisions is foreseen. By the aforementioned practice, the legislator actually made a difference between the date of entry into force of the regulation and the commencement of its application.

JPM partner, Jelena Nikolić, is highlighting the difference between the “entry into force” and the “date of implementation” of a general act, using the example of the Law on Dual Education.


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