325110 VO/2 VO Civil Law (single contracts and consumer protection)

summer semester 2020 | Last update: 29.01.2020 Place course on memo list
325110
VO Civil Law (single contracts and consumer protection)
VO 2
4
Block
annually
Italian

Knowledge of the different typologies of contracts in Italian private law. The lecture will deal with both typical and atypical contracts. In addition, the main aspects of consumer protection and the relevant norms contained in the Civil Code and in the special legislation on consumer protection in contracts will be dealt with.

In the course of the lecture "diritto civile" the individual contracts are dealt with. Both typical and atypical contracts will be discussed, such as the purchase contract, the exchange contract, the contract for work, the contract for the performance of a work, the purchase contract.

In addition, the contractual standardization and protection of the weaker party to the contract are dealt with: the opposing interests and the need for protection of the weaker party to the contract, as well as the solutions of the Civil Code (Art. 1341, 1342 and 1370 of the Civil Code).

Frontal teaching in Italian language with examples and discussion of practical cases; discussion.

Study plan 2001: Diploma examination from Italian Civil Law including Private International Law (subject examination: written and oral)
Study plan 2018:
Diploma examination from Italian Civil Law

TORRENTE/SCHLESINGER, Manual of Private Law, latest edition, Giuffrè, Milan.
An updated civil code is indispensable

not applicable

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03.03.2020
Group 0
Date Time Location
Tue 2020-03-03
08.30 - 10.45 UR 3108 UR 3108
Tue 2020-03-10
08.30 - 10.45 UR 3108 UR 3108
Tue 2020-03-17
08.30 - 10.45 UR 3108 UR 3108
Tue 2020-03-24
08.30 - 10.45 UR 3108 UR 3108
Tue 2020-03-31
08.30 - 10.45 UR 3108 UR 3108
Mon 2020-04-20
09.00 - 11.15 UR 3072 UR 3072
Tue 2020-04-28
08.30 - 10.45 UR 3108 UR 3108
Mon 2020-05-04
09.00 - 11.15 UR 3072 UR 3072
Tue 2020-05-12
08.30 - 10.45 UR 3108 UR 3108
Tue 2020-05-19
08.30 - 10.45 UR 3108 UR 3108