INSTITUTIONS OF PRIVATE LAW I

INSTITUTIONS OF PRIVATE LAW I

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Code
64899
ACADEMIC YEAR
2019/2020
CREDITS
12 credits during the 1st year of 7995 LAW (LMG/01) GENOVA
SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR
IUS/01
LANGUAGE
Italian
TEACHING LOCATION
GENOVA (LAW)
Prerequisites
Teaching materials

OVERVIEW

The course focuses on Italian private law, ie: introduction to private law, sources of law, law of obligations, contract law, torts, family law, property rights, consumer law, law of restitution.  

AIMS AND CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Module 1. General notions. Rights, actions and subjects. Obligations and contracts in general. General introductory notions to private law as "common" law: legal rules and interpretation, private law and public law; Sources of Private Law (decodification and recodification; European Private Law); legal categories of situations and activities of private law (legal positions and legal relations; legal case and legal effect; facts, acts, individual rights, goods); subjects of private law (individuals, capacity and incapacity; associative and institutional organizations, profit and non-profit, with legal personality and unincorporated; general introduction to business and company law, rights of the personality). Theory and general rules of obligations (rights of obligation and property rights; events of obligations; breach and liability, guarantees); contract in general (notion and fundamental principles, formation, regulation and effects; remedies). Module 2. Special Contracts, tort liability and other sources of obligations. Property law, family law, inheritance law. Types and classes of contracts (sale, lease, provision of services and works, mandate and agency, transportation, storage, surety, settlement, insurance, consumer contracts, subcontracting); civil liability and remedies for damages; other sources of obligations (administration of business of others, restitutions, unjust enrichment, unilateral promises, debt securities). Property law (in the Constitution, in the code, in special legislation); joint ownership, minor property rights, possession; family law; succession because of death.

TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD

Ricevimento: Reception hours: Monday morning from 10 to 12.45 at Section of Private Law, Via Balbi 22, fourth floor. It is better to agree an appointment through email. In the second Semester, during the months of lectures, the time or the day of reception may change; at the beginning of the second semester this change will be communicated also though aula web.

Ricevimento:   Office hours: Monday, 3-5 pm Address: Via Balbi 22, Scala B, 4th floor - Genova (16126)  E-mail: mauro.grondona@unige.it

Exam Board

CARMELO CARLO ROSSELLO (President)

MAURO GRONDONA (President)

EDOARDO PESCE

LUCA OLIVERI

FRANCESCA BARTOLINI

GIOVANNA SAVORANI

MATTEO TURCI

ANNA MARIA OCCASIONE

GIACOMO MUNARI

RAFFAELLA DE MATTEIS

MARCO FARINA

MAURIZIO VITTORIO FLICK

CINZIA AMERI

ELISABETTA CORRADI

GIORGIO AFFERNI (President)

GIOVANNA SAVORANI (President)

DIEGO SCHIESARO

GIACOMO MUNARI

ALESSANDRA PINORI

MAURO GRONDONA

MARCO FARINA

ALBERTO MARIA BENEDETTI

SONIA CANATA

CARLA CARRASSI

ELISABETTA CORRADI

MAURIZIO VITTORIO FLICK

VALENTINA DI GREGORIO (President)

DIEGO SCHIESARO

MATTEO TURCI

FRANCO LONGO

MAURO GRONDONA

ELISABETTA CORRADI

ALBERTO MARIA BENEDETTI

LESSONS

LESSONS START

I semester from September 16th to December 6th 2019 (12 weeks)
II semester from February 17th to May 9th 2020 (12 weeks)

EXAMS

Exam description

See the Syllabus of each single course.

Assessment methods

Lectures