The course of Private Law aims to give students an adequate knowledge of the legal system governing
relations among individuals and institutions, which take place on an equal footing.
Among the main course objectives is to provide a clear and concrete knowledge of the fundamental institutions of private law, that leads the student to the formation of a legal reasoning and not to mere rote learning of the subject. Also to this end, in addition to lectures, students will be involved in classroom discussion of some case studies,
drawn from the most recent case law.
Private law and its sources
The legal situations
Facts, acts and legal transactions
The law subjects: natural person, legal persons and collective subjects
The property and real rights on other people
The contract generally
tort and liability
The protection of rights
Hints to family law and succession due to death
|Roppo Vincenzo||Diritto privato. Linee essenziali (Edizione 5)||Giappichelli||2018|
The exam is oral.
During the course, however, there will be an intermediate exam, optional for the student, consisting of a multiple-choise test, about the program carried out in class until that time.
The test consists of 30 multiple-choice questions to be carried out in 35 minutes and it will be considered passed with at least 20 exact answers.
Passing this exam implies that the student, in the oral interview, will not be asked specific questions about the topics covered by the test.
The passing of the intermediate test has only value in the summer and autumn exam sessions following the end of the course.
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