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Prerequisites (for future units)
Institutions of private law deal with the foundations of the legal framework applicable to relationships between private subjects. It is a preparatory course for all courses in the private area of the Degree Course SLIPA. It provides essential knowledge to build the skills of all our students, both those who aspire to work in private companies or in the Public Administration and those who intend to prepare to enter the profession of labour law contracts consultan
The course concerns basic notions of private law – such as sources, rights, actions, subjects - and also general rules on property, obligations, contracts and torts. It aims to bring the students to learn basic legal language and reasoning and some concepts, teaching them a knowledge to deepen in progress, in more advanced courses.
The main purpose of teaching private law institutions is to enable students to acquire basic knowledge, study methods and interpretative tools in order to independently identify, understand and apply the regulatory provisions governing the conduct of legal relationships between private entities.
None, it is a first year University's Course. Teaching language is Italian, so a good language knowledge is required.
Lectures + in-depth materials and schemes provided on aula web.
Only attending students may do an intermediate test with open-ended questions to evaluate their learning.
The positive assessment obtained in the intermediate test averaged with that achieved in the final oral interview on the remaining parts of the program. The two evaluations contribute to the student's final grade.
The negative outcome of the test will not be registered. Who fails the intermediate test will have to take the oral exam on the entire program for attending students.
Law and Rights
Property and rights over things
Law of obligations
The law of contract
Other sources of obligations
Non-attending students are also required to read some of the Supreme Court judgments that will be shown on aula web at the beginning of the course.
For non attending students: V. Roppo, Diritto privato, Linee essenziali, Torino, Giappichelli, last ed., pp. 626;
For attending students: during the lectures the Professor will indicate the parts of the book mentioned above, that attending students are not required to study, so as to reduce their workload at most to pp. 500 in total.
Office hours: Reception hours: Tuesday from 12,00 to 14,00 at Section of Private Law, Via Balbi 22, fourth floor. It is better to agree on 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 through aulaweb.
GIOVANNA SAVORANI (President)
GIORGIO AFFERNI (Substitute)
REBECCA BALDINI (Substitute)
SONIA CANATA (Substitute)
VALENTINA DI GREGORIO (Substitute)
GIACOMO MUNARI (Substitute)
LUCA OLIVERI (Substitute)
EDOARDO PESCE (Substitute)
II semester from February 13th to May 5th 2023
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The exam is oral.
Attending students can sit a written test on part of the program, structured with open-ended questions, and so decrease the program on which they will be orally examined.
For attending students written test on part of the program + Oral questions on the rest of the program
For non attending students oral questions on the entire program