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SLAVONIA BETWEEN CROATIAN AND HUNGARIAN KINGDOM: THE ESTABLISHMENT OF COUNTY ADMINISTRATION AND THE TAX SYSTEM ISSUE IN THE 18TH CENTURY
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This paper explores the origins of disputes about legal status of Slavonian Kingdom, led between Croatian and Hungarian estates at the end of the 18th and in the first half of the 19th century. The background of these disputes are set in the 18th century administrative organisation of Slavonian Counties, particularly in
establishment of Hungarian tax system in these counties from the time of their incorporation into the Croatian Kingdom in 1745. It is emphasized that the established county administration in Slavonia reflected only the necessary compromise between the interests of the royal sovereignty and conceptions of parliament bodies, and consequently did not prejudice political and judicial jurisdiction of
Croatian parliament and banus in Slavonia. However, the initial subordination of Slavonian tax system to the Hungarian Locumtenential Council and to the decision of the Hungarian Parliament, although temporarily taken over by the newly
established Croatian Royal Council, had resulted with particular status of Slavonian Kingdom within the Lands of St. Stephen and induced mentioned disputes about its legal dependence.
history of institutions; law history; Croatian-Slavonian Kingdom; Slavonian counties; 18th century; Croatian Parliament; Hungarian Parliament
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