PRIVATE LAW - 1
|Official course title||DIRITTO PRIVATO - 1|
|University credits||6 of 12 of DIRITTO PRIVATO|
|Degree level||First Cycle Degree M.D.270|
|Educational sector code||IUS/01|
Degree Programmes and curricula
Other parts of the course
The course aims to teach students the fundamental principles of modern private law and the foundations of legal principles needed to understand the regime of private legal relations.
THIS IS THE COURSE'S SYLLABUS VALID 12 FORMATIVES CREDITS (60 HOURS).
Modern legal systems. Sources. Structure of legislation. Legal interpretation. Rights of legal persons. Holders of rights. Natural person and jurical person. Family law. Legal goods. Obligations. Execution, nonexecution and contract responsability. Legal instruments and actions.Realty, private property and ownership. Liberty of contract and circulation of property. Contract (creation, validity and invalidity, enforceability andunenforceability; execution, resolution). Standards contracts. Consumer contract. Civil responsibility and tort. Other obligations sources. Law of successions. Donations. Protection of rights.
Recommended Reading List
Prof. Carmela Camardi, Prof. Mariella Lamicela, Prof. Arturo Maniaci, Prof. Roberto Senigaglia: C. CAMARDI, Le istituzioni del diritto privato contemporaneo, II edition, Napoli, Jovene, 2007 (pag. 1-448) and M. PARADISO, Nozioni di diritto privato, vol. II, I singoli contratti, le successioni, la tutela dei diritti, Torino, Giappichelli editore, 2010 (pag. 1-158).
Prof. Gianluca Sicchiero, Prof. Marco Ticozzi: F.GALGANO, Diritto privato, Padova, Cedam, latest edition (the edition 2010 will be soon published), following chapters : 1-21; 28-29 until par. 29.4; 30, par. 1 e 2 ; 31, par. 1; 32; 34 par.1, 2 e 3; 35, par. 1; cap. 36; cap. da 48 a 50 par. 2; 50 par. 6; cap. 51, 52 e 53 and table 1 to 6 of comparative law. (The paragraphes indicated are of edition 2008 and the student has to check they are the same of the edition 2010. However the professor'll give the informations during the lessons).
Instead to study chapter 34 par. 1, 2 e 3; 48, 49, 50 par. 2 e 50 par. 6 the students can choose to study this book: G. SICCHIERO, Fondamenti di tecnica contrattuale (will be soon published).
For all courses, these texts should be read together with an updated edition of the Civil Code.
written and oral
Oral examination. A written examination too: multiple-choice test that permits admission to the oral examination.