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Prerequisites (for future units)
The course aims to provide all the basic notions indispensable for understanding the subject of private law, with particular reference to the area of the law of obligations and contracts.
The course also aims to provide students with the tools to correctly use legal language and fundamental legal concepts.
At the end of the course the student will acquire sufficient knowledge to allow a critical analysis of the civil code discipline.
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:
Understand and remember the main regulatory provisions governing the law of obligations and contracts;
Identify and critically analyze the main institutions of the law of obligations and contracts;
Understand the structure and operating mechanism of the private sector system, with particular reference to the obligation and the contract;
Understand and critically evaluate, with autonomy of judgment, some concrete problems regarding obligations and contracts;
Read and critically examine, with independent judgment, the texts of sentences, in particular those of the Court of Cassation;
Express yourself in appropriate legal technical language.
The prerequisites set out in the study manifesto and the teaching regulations must be respected.
Private law (notions, concepts, tools)
The subjective legal situations
The law of obligation
The law of contract
Vincenzo Roppo, Diritto privato. Linee essenziali, Turin, Giappichelli, sixth edition, 2020 (or possibly a later edition).
The scheduled chapters are:
1 to 7, 18 to 42 (for a total of approximately 450 pages).
MAURO GRONDONA (President)
Classes will be held in the second semester
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The exam is written (10 open-ended questions).
The exam aims to ascertain the actual knowledge of the subject by the students, who will then be asked, with respect to the various answers, to carry out a brief legal reasoning.