CIVIL LAW I
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course focuses on more in-depth knowledge of any parts of the private law system and, in particular,successions, will and donation.
Students enrolled in the first year from the academic year 2013/2014, in order to sit the Civil law examination 1, must have passed the Principles of Private Law, the Principles of Roman Law and Constitutional Law examinations.
Students enrolled in the first year from previous academic year,in order to sit the Civil law examination 1, must have passed the Principles of Private Law and the Principles of Roman Law examinations.
Students must have passed the Civil Law examination 1 to sit the Civil Law examination 2.
Course contents summary
Successions and will. Donation.
G. BONILINI, Manuale di diritto ereditario e delle donazioni, UTET, Torino, 2014, VII ed. ,
G. BONILINI, Dei legati. Artt. 649-673, in Comm. cod. civ., fondato da P. Schlesinger e dir. da F. D. Busnelli, Milano, Giuffrè, 2006, II ed.(pages: 1-164; 233-250).
G. BONILINI, Quesiti di diritto delle successioni e donazioni. Trecentosessanta quesiti con le risposte ragionate, Cedam, Padova, 2006,
AA.VV., I nuovi quattro codici, Editrice La Tribuna, Piacenza, latest edition, or A. Di Majo, Codice civile, Giuffrè, Milano, latest edition.
It is useful reading of cases proposed in
Casi e quesiti di diritto ereditario, a cura di G. BONILINI, Cedam, Padova, 2003.
The course subject is systematically treated in the oral lessons (48 hours). Seminars intended to examine the most recent jurisprudential developments will be organized (12 hours).
Assessment methods and criteria
Oral exam with regard to the whole programme. Minimum application skills will be required in the resolution of specific cases.