CIVIL TRIAL LAW
This course is intended to investigate the civil procedure regulations in the administration of justice in civil cases in the context of various judicial systems: first instance court proceedings and appeals (including special proceedings), enforcement proceedings, preventive and precautionary proceedings, etc. Particular attention will be paid to the various law reforms introduced in the past years.
Slides used by the teacher during his lessons, legislative and regulatory texts, case law and academic articles will be available on Aulaweb.
Textbooks suggested for attending students:
MANDRIOLI - CARRATTA, Diritto processuale civile, Editio minor (XVII ed.), Torino 2020, Vol. I, Chapters I to VII (except Sez. Terza) ( pages 3 to 158), Chapters VIII to X (pp. 169 a 275) - Vol. II, Chapters I to VI (pages 3 to 218); Chapters VIII (except "revocazione ed opposizione di terzo") (pages 227 to 305); Vol. III, Chapters I and II (pages 5 to 39), Chapters VIII (only Sez. Prima) to X (pages 157 to 174; 187 to 234).
Textbooks suggested for non attending students:
MANDRIOLI - CARRATTA, Diritto processuale civile, Editio minor (XVII ed.), Torino 2020, Vol. I, Chapters I to X (pages 3 to 275) - Vol. II, Chapters I to VI (pages 3 to 218) e Cap. VIII (pages 227 to 319) - Vol. III, Chapters I and II (pages 5 to 39), Chapters VIII (only Sez. Prima) to X (pages 157 to 174; 187 to 234).
Ricevimento: In general, office hours are scheduled before the starting of any lecture or at the end of it. If possible, students are kindly required to advise the teacher by sending an e-mail at the address: email@example.com. In periods when the teacher gives no lectures, specific appointments may be fixed by sending an e-mail to the teacher at the above e-mail address.
I semester from September 13th to December 3th 2021
II semester from February 14th to May 6th 2022
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The exam will be oral. The teacher will ask the student three / four questions connected with the various parts of the course program. The exam will last around 20 / 30 minutes for each student. If requested by a certain number of students, a written examination may be arranged.
If a student shows an unsufficient knowledge of the subject matter of the examination, the teacher shall request him/her to improve his/her preparation, if necessary by reading further literature suggested by the teacher.