CIVIL LAW II
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The goal of the course is to deliver to Students a method of studying the fundamentals of contract law
In order to take the exam of Civil Law II must have passed the examinations of Principles of Private Law, Roman Private Law and Civil Law I
Course contents summary
The subject-matter of the course is the italian contract law, in accordance with the following profiles:
- Basic concepts;
- The contract as a source of obligations;
- Formation of contract;
- Structure and content of contract;
- Effectiveness of contract;
- Pathology of the contract.
It will also deepen the discipline of individual contracts, with particular regard to the following issues:
- Transfer of ownership;
- Loan and lease;
- Provision of services;
- Personal guarantees;
- Restrictions on use of the assets.
F. Galgano, Il contratto, Cedam, latest ed.(with the exception of the following chapters: I, V, VII, IX sez. II, XII, XVI, XVII);
A. Mora, Atti e contratti tipizzati. Introduzione allo studio, Mucchi Editore, latest ed. (with the exception of pp. 119-173).
AA.VV., Dieci lezioni introduttive a un corso di diritto privato, Utet, ult. ed.
The course will be taught by frontal lectures. Seminars will be possible, in order to allow greater understanding of jurisprudential materials
Assessment methods and criteria
The exam consists of an oral test that focuses on all parts of the program and is designed to determine the critical knowledge by the student. The oral examination may be preceded by one or more written tests in a manner that will be announced by public notice.
During the course will be made public, through public notice, the parties of the texts eventually recommended to be excluded from the examination program