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The course of law of navigation concerns the rules applicable to relationships that take place on or are connected to the sea, in a perspective that focuses on its transnational character, analysing the international and EU law, as well as the national law, and the international trade practices. Teaching is essential for students who intend in the future to work in companies active in the maritime sector or to pursue professions related to it.
At the end of the course, students will acquire the methodological tools and specific skills in the field of law of navigation, specifically in the context of the national and international regulations, as well as in respect of standard contract forms adopted in the practice of international maritime trade, and will be able to understand and analyze current legal issues, as well as to independently apply the notions acquired to practical scenarios.
The course aims to provide the students with an adequate knowledge and understanding of the main law rules governing maritime navigation. In this perspective, the teaching analyses, first and foremost, the sources, subjects and discipline of the institutes relating to maritime traffics. Particular attention will be given to the regulation of the ports system and of the services and activities performed in ports; and to the contracts in relation to the practice of international maritime trade. Finally, the typical institutes of the maritime sector (collision, salvage, general average and marine insurance) will be analysed.
The course is held by Proff. Francesco Munari and Pierangelo Celle. The lessons schedule will be published on the aulaweb page of the course.
In case of covid 19 emergency, the lessons shall be held on Teams ( codice zysrm06 )
Law sources. Ship: Construction and Sale. Bareboat Charter. Shipowner and crew. Ports and the Reform of 2016. Port Operations and Services. CIF&FOB sales. Charter-parties. Transport of goods. Auxiliaries. Marine casualties. Marine insurance.
Textbook for attending students
CARBONE-CELLE-LOPEZ DE GONZALO, Il diritto marittimo – Attraverso i casi e le clausole contrattuali, Torino, Giappichelli, 2020, only chapters no. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14 and 15
CARBONE-MUNARI, I porti italiani e l'Europa, Milano, Franco Angeli, 2019, Chapter I (not para. 1.7, 2.4, 3.2 e 3.3), II (only para. 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4), III (not para. 1.6, 1.7. 2.4), IV (not para. 1.4, 2.3, 3.3), V (not section 4 e para. 5.1), Cap. VI only sections 1 e 2).
Textbook for non-attending students
CARBONE-CELLE-LOPEZ DE GONZALO, Il diritto marittimo – Attraverso i casi e le clausole contrattuali, Torino, Giappichelli, 2020, in full
CARBONE-MUNARI, I porti italiani e l'Europa, Milano, Franco Angeli, 2019, in full
Office hours: Monday 11.00 AM - 1.00 P.M. in Via Balbi, 22, by appointment (c/o former Sezione di Diritto internazionale e della navigazione) or on Microsoft Teams platform. E-mail: email@example.com For further information, see http://www.ddg.unige.it/index.php/14-personale/414-munari-francesco-pag….
Office hours: With mandatory prior email appointment (firstname.lastname@example.org) preferably via Teams To access the Teams session use this link https://teams.microsoft.com/l/team/19%3a5d32a64519484308b92b34c102099f3…;
FRANCESCO MUNARI (President)
LORENZO SCHIANO DI PEPE
PIERANGELO CELLE (President Substitute)
MARIO BARBANO (Substitute)
ANDREA BERGAMINO (Substitute)
LUCA CALZOLARI (Substitute)
SIMONE CARREA (Substitute)
CHIARA CELLERINO (Substitute)
MARTA GIANNONI (Substitute)
PIER FRANCO SOLETI (Substitute)
13th september 2021
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The exam is oral. Students who have attended at least 2/3 of the lessons will be given the opportunity to take a written exam at the end of the course. 2 questions concern the general knowledge of the course topics, whilst one questions is to solve a practical case, taken from cases discussed during the course.
The oral examination consists of at least two questions on topics that are representative of the entire course program plu a case solving question. The written exam, proposed only at the end of the course and addressed in particular to subjects and cases specifically taught in lessons (and therefore suitable especially for students who have attended with assiduity), consists of multiple-choice questions on the topics discussed in class and an open question on a case solving matter. More information on the written exam will be provided at class.
Further informations, the lessons schedule and additional teaching material are on the Aulaweb page of the course.