PRIVATE LAW - MODULE I
The course of Private Law Institutions aims to provide students with the basic knowledge and the logical-analytical tools necessary to undertake the study of legal disciplines by looking at the basic scheme of the different institutions through which they are brought back to the system.
- THE COURSE PROGRAM
- GENERAL PRINCIPLES
Private law and legal order. The sources of private law. The codification and the main European codes. The interpretation of legal rules. The effectiveness of legal rules in time and space. Subjective situations and legal relationships. The vicissitudes of legal situations. Facts, legal acts and shops. The subjects. The physical person. Personality rights. Entities. The capacity of the entities. Types of non-economic entities. Administrative checks.
- -THE MARRIAGE AND FAMILY
The family. The family did. The marriage. Personal relationships between spouses. Family wealth regimes. The filiation. Personal separation. Divorce.
Succession by reason of death: general principles. The legitimate succession. The testamentary succession. The rights of the legitimate. The purchase of legacy and legacy. The relationships between coereds. The division. Overview on donations.
-THE BENEFITS AND REAL RIGHTS
The goods. Real rights. The property. The purchase of the property. The loss of property. The actions in defense of property. Real rights on what else. Communion. The condo in the buildings. Possession. Actions to defend possession.
The sources. Types of bonds. Fulfillment and default. The modes of extinction of the bond other than the fulfillment. Credit circulation. The subjective changes on the passive side of the mandatory relationship. Personal guarantees. The means of retention of the collateral. The real rights of the guarantee. Sources of the bond other than the contract.
The contract. Contract and legal store. Contract requirements. The conclusion of the contract. Pre-contractual activities. The subject of the contract. The cause of the contract. The form of the contract. Accidental elements of the contract. The interpretation of the contract. Representation. The effects of the contract. The contract for third parties. The simulation. Invalidity of the contract. Nullity, Cancellation and Cancellation. The vices of consensus. Termination of the contract. Contracts relating to the transfer of goods. The contracts of enjoyment. The contracts for the production of goods and services. Arbitrary contracts. Brokerage contracts. Atypical contracts and new contracts. Consumer contracts. E-Commerce Contracts.
- CIVIL LIABILITY
Civil liability: general functions and discipline. Structure of the wrongful act. Special liability regimes. Responsibility in electronic commerce. The telematic responsibility. The unjust damage. The damages payable. The protective tools of the damaged.
-L'IMPRESA AND SOCIETIES
Business and work. The businessman. The company. Competition. The societies. Society of People. Capital Companies. Mutual societies.
- THE EXAMINATION OF LEGAL FACTS
Proof of legal facts, advertising and transcription. Prescription and Decline.
The student can study on any manual of private law. However, some texts that the student can choose alternately are:
- BOCCHINI-QUADRI, Diritto Privato, Torino, last ed.
- BESSONE, Istituzioni di Diritto Privato, Torino, last ed.