Istituzioni di diritto privato (of2)

A.Y. 2015/2016
13
Max ECTS
91
Overall hours
SSD
IUS/01
Language
Italian
Course syllabus and organization

Cognomi A-C

Lesson period
year
Istituzioni di diritto privato I
IUS/01 - PRIVATE LAW - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
Professor: Cenini Marta Silvia
Istituzioni di diritto privato II
IUS/01 - PRIVATE LAW - University credits: 7
Lessons: 49 hours
Professor: Venosta Francesco

Surname D-L

Lesson period
year
Istituzioni di diritto privato I
Syllabus
Objectives of the course and expected learning outcomes

The aim of the course is to enable students to gain:
- knowledge of the fundamental institutions of private law and understanding of their general principles;
- ability to rework the principles and rules being object of study and to apply such knowledge to specific cases;
- ability to interpret and systematically reading legislation; independent capacity to identify the ratio behind each law;
- the use of an appropriate legal language;
- a level of learning ability which will enable them to continue their studies with a high level of autonomy.



Prerequisites
The course does not require prerequisites. However, it would be appropriate the contextual study of the sources of Italian and Community Law, which can be acquired attending the course of Constitutional Law.



Course contents and programme
The course deals with the fundamental concepts of private law. In particular, the course deals with: basic concepts and general principles; interpretation of law; individual and legal entities; goods; contracts.




Didactic Methods
Learning activities consist of 42 hours of lectures held by the Professor.
Seminars and practical classes will be held, according to the arrangements and timetable which will be communicated by the Professor at the beginning of the course.





Bibliography (for attending and non-attending students)
The following books are recommended:
- P. Trimarchi, Istituzioni di diritto privato, Milano, Giuffrè, §§ 1-70; 108-274; 330-381.
- U. Carnevali, Appunti di diritto privato, Milano, Cortina, Chapters I, II, III, IV.
In case you wish to use other university institutional manuals we recommend you contact the Professor.
It is then necessary to consult a good updated edition of the Civil Code and relevant laws (for example: G. De Nova, Codice civile e leggi collegate, Bologna, Zanichelli).
For a better learning of the subject and in order to verify the preparation by carrying out exercises, we recommend: P. Trimarchi, Esercizi di diritto privato, Milano, Giuffrè.



Assessment methods
In order to be admitted to the oral examination it is preliminarily necessary to pass a written test consisting of multiple choice questions. Conditions of the written test will be submitted at the beginning of the course.
The oral test consists of an interview aimed at ascertaining the students' knowledge of the subjects of the course, their understanding, the acquisition of appropriate language, the ability to synthesize and rework.



Other useful information

Any change of the chair will be granted directly by the Professor and only upon presentation of appropriate documentation to demonstrate the impossibility to attend classes at the scheduled time.
Failure to pass the written exam will result in the student not being admitted to the oral examination of that exam session, but he will still have the possibility to try again the written test during the same session. Failure to pass the oral exam won't allow students to take the immediately following oral examination (except in the case that the period between the two exams is longer than one month). Passing the written test will remain effective for the entire session.
Additional information and updates will be available by consulting the website of the Department and/or the possible Professor's Ariel site.



Faculty office hours
By prior appointment (kindly contact the professor by sending an email to the address paolo.duvia@unimi.it), every Thursday from 1.30 pm to 2.30 pm at Department of Private Law and Legal History.
Istituzioni di diritto privato I
IUS/01 - PRIVATE LAW - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
Professor: Duvia Paolo
Istituzioni di diritto privato II
IUS/01 - PRIVATE LAW - University credits: 7
Lessons: 49 hours
Professor: Maffeis Daniele

Surname M-Q

Responsible
Lesson period
year
Istituzioni di diritto privato I
Syllabus
Objectives of the course and expected learning outcomes

The aim of the course is to enable students to gain:
- knowledge of the fundamental institutions of private law and understanding of their general principles;
- ability to rework the principles and rules being object of study and to apply such knowledge to specific cases;
- ability to interpret and systematically reading legislation; independent capacity to identify the ratio behind each law;
- the use of an appropriate legal language;
- a level of learning ability which will enable them to continue their studies with a high level of autonomy.



Prerequisites
The course does not require prerequisites. However, it would be appropriate the contextual study of the sources of Italian and Community Law, which can be acquired attending the course of Constitutional Law.



Course contents and programme
The course deals with the fundamental concepts of private law. In particular: basic concepts and general principles; interpretation of law; individual and legal entities; goods; contracts.



Didactic Methods
Learning activities consist of 42 hours of lectures held by the Professor.
Seminars and practical classes will be held, according to the arrangements and timetable which will be communicated by the Professor at the beginning of the course.



Bibliography (for attending and non-attending students)
The following books are recommended:
- P. Trimarchi, Istituzioni di diritto privato, Milano, Giuffrè, §§ 1-70; 108-274; 330-381.
- U. Carnevali, Appunti di diritto privato, Milano, Cortina, Chapters I, II, III, IV.
In case you wish to use other books we recommend you contact the Professor.
It is then necessary to consult a good updated edition of the Civil Code and relevant laws (G. De Nova, Codice civile e leggi collegate, Bologna, Zanichelli).



Assessment methods
In order to be admitted to the oral examination it is preliminarily necessary to pass a written test consisting of multiple choice questions. Conditions of the written test will be submitted at the beginning of the course.
The oral test consists of an interview aimed at ascertaining the students' knowledge of the subjects of the course, their understanding, the acquisition of appropriate language, the ability to synthesize and rework.


Other useful information

Any change of the chair will be granted directly by the Professor and only upon presentation of appropriate documentation to demonstrate the impossibility to attend classes at the scheduled time.
Passing the written test will remain effective for the entire session. Failure to pass the oral exam won't allow students to take the immediately following oral examination (except in the case that the period between the two exams is longer than one month).
Additional information and updates will be available by consulting the website of the Department and/or the Professor's site.


Faculty office hours
Every Monday at 10.30 am at Department of Private Law and Legal History.
E-mail: matteo.ambrosoli@unimi.it
Istituzioni di diritto privato II
Syllabus
Objectives of the course and expected learning outcomes

The aim of the course is to enable students to gain:
- knowledge of the fundamental institutions of private law and understanding of their general principles;
- ability to rework the principles and rules being object of study and to apply such knowledge to specific cases;
- ability to interpret and systematically reading legislation; independent capacity to identify the ratio legis behind each law;
- the use of an appropriate legal language;
- a level of learning ability which will enable them to continue their studies with a high level of autonomy.



Prerequisites
The course does not require prerequisites. However, it would be appropriate the contextual study of the sources of Italian and EU Law, which can be acquired attending the course of Constitutional Law.



Course contents and programme
The course deals with the fundamental concepts of private law. In particular: torts; obligations; quasi-contracts; property law; protection of rights; commercial law; family law; inheritance law.


Didactic Methods
Learning activities consist of 49 hours of lectures held by the Professor.
Seminars and practical classes will be held, according to the arrangements and timetable, which will be communicated by the Professor at the beginning of the course.



Bibliography (for attending and non-attending students)
The following books are recommended:
- P. Trimarchi, Istituzioni di diritto privato, Milano, Giuffrè, §§ 71 - 107; 275 - 329; 382 - 514; 539 - 634.
- U. Carnevali, Appunti di diritto privato, Milano, Cortina, "Parte generale" Chapter V; "Parte speciale".
In case you wish to use other books we recommend you contact the Professor.
It is then necessary to consult an updated edition of the Civil Code and relevant laws (G. De Nova, Codice civile e leggi collegate, Bologna, Zanichelli).



Assessment methods
In order to be admitted to the oral examination it is preliminarily necessary to pass a written test consisting of multiple choice questions. Conditions of the written test will be submitted at the beginning of the course.
The oral test consists of an interview aimed at ascertaining the students' knowledge of the subjects of the course, their understanding, the acquisition of appropriate language, the ability to synthesize and rework.


Other useful information

Any change of the chair will be granted directly by the Professor and only upon presentation of appropriate documentation to demonstrate the impossibility to attend classes at the scheduled time.
Passing the written test will remain effective for the entire session. Failure to pass the oral exam won't allow students to take the immediately following oral examination (except in the case that the period between the two exams is longer than one month).
Additional information and updates will be available by consulting the website of the Department and/or the Professor's site.


Faculty office hours
Every Monday at 10.30 am at Department of Private Law and Legal History.
E-mail: matteo.ambrosoli@unimi.it
Istituzioni di diritto privato I
IUS/01 - PRIVATE LAW - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
Professor: Ambrosoli Matteo
Istituzioni di diritto privato II
IUS/01 - PRIVATE LAW - University credits: 7
Lessons: 49 hours
Professor: Ambrosoli Matteo

Surname R-Z

Responsible
Lesson period
year
Istituzioni di diritto privato I
Syllabus
Objectives of the course and expected learning outcomes

The aim of the course is to enable students to gain:
- knowledge of the fundamental institutions of private law and understanding of their general principles;
- ability to rework the principles and rules being object of study and to apply such knowledge to specific cases;
- ability to interpret and systematically reading legislation; independent capacity to identify the ratio behind each law;
- the use of an appropriate legal language;
- a level of learning ability which will enable them to continue their studies with a high level of autonomy.



Prerequisites
The course does not require prerequisites. However, it would be appropriate the contextual study of the sources of Italian and Community Law, which can be acquired attending the course of Constitutional Law.



Course contents and programme
The course deals with the fundamental concepts of private law. In particular, the course deals with: basic concepts and general principles; interpretation of law; individual and legal entities; goods; contracts.




Didactic Methods
Learning activities consist of 42 hours of lectures held by the Professor.
Seminars and practical classes will be held, according to the arrangements and timetable which will be communicated by the Professor at the beginning of the course.





Bibliography (for attending and non-attending students)
The following books are recommended:
- P. Trimarchi, Istituzioni di diritto privato, Milano, Giuffrè, §§ 1-70; 108-274; 330-381.
- U. Carnevali, Appunti di diritto privato, Milano, Cortina, Chapters I, II, III, IV.
In case you wish to use other university institutional manuals we recommend you contact the Professor.
It is then necessary to consult a good updated edition of the Civil Code and relevant laws (for example: G. De Nova, Codice civile e leggi collegate, Bologna, Zanichelli).
For a better learning of the subject and in order to verify the preparation by carrying out exercises, we recommend: P. Trimarchi, Esercizi di diritto privato, Milano, Giuffrè.



Assessment methods
In order to be admitted to the oral examination it is preliminarily necessary to pass a written test consisting of multiple choice questions. Conditions of the written test will be submitted at the beginning of the course.
The oral test consists of an interview aimed at ascertaining the students' knowledge of the subjects of the course, their understanding, the acquisition of appropriate language, the ability to synthesize and rework.



Other useful information

Any change of the chair will be granted directly by the Professor and only upon presentation of appropriate documentation to demonstrate the impossibility to attend classes at the scheduled time.
Failure to pass the written exam will result in the student not being admitted to the oral examination of that exam session, but he will still have the possibility to try again the written test during the same session. Failure to pass the oral exam won't allow students to take the immediately following oral examination (except in the case that the period between the two exams is longer than one month). Passing the written test will remain effective for the entire session.
Additional information and updates will be available by consulting the website of the Department and/or the possible Professor's Ariel site.



Faculty office hours
By prior appointment (kindly contact the professor by sending an email to the address laura.castelli@unimi.it), every Friday from 12.30 pm to 13.30 pm at Department of Private Law and Legal History.
Istituzioni di diritto privato II
Syllabus
Objectives of the course and expected learning outcomes

The aim of the course is to enable students to gain:
- knowledge of the fundamental institutions of private law and understanding of their general principles;
- ability to rework the principles and rules being object of study and to apply such knowledge to specific cases;
- ability to interpret and systematically reading legislation; independent capacity to identify the ratio legis behind each law;
- the use of an appropriate legal language;
- a level of learning ability which will enable them to continue their studies with a high level of autonomy.



Prerequisites
The course does not require prerequisites. However, it would be appropriate the contextual study of the sources of Italian and EU Law, which can be acquired attending the course of Constitutional Law.



Course contents and programme
The course deals with the fundamental concepts of private law. In particular, the course deals with: torts; obligations; management of affairs of another; payment of what is not due; unjust enrichment; property rights ; protection of rights; negotiable instruments; family ; succession and last wills.




Didactic Methods
Learning activities consist of 49 hours of lectures held by the Professor.
Seminars and practical classes will be held, according to the arrangements and timetable, which will be communicated by the Professor at the beginning of the course.





Bibliography (for attending and non-attending students)
The following books are recommended:
- P. Trimarchi, Istituzioni di diritto privato, Milano, Giuffrè, §§ 71 - 107; 275 - 329; 382 - 514; 539 - 634.
- U. Carnevali, Appunti di diritto privato, Milano, Cortina, "Parte generale" Chapter V; "Parte speciale".
In case you wish to use other university institutional manuals we recommend you contact the Professor.
It is then necessary to consult an updated edition of the Civil Code and relevant laws (for example: G. De Nova, Codice civile e leggi collegate, Bologna, Zanichelli).
For a better learning of the subject and in order to verify the preparation by carrying out exercises, we recommend: P. Trimarchi, Esercizi di diritto privato, Milano, Giuffrè.



Assessment methods
In order to be admitted to the oral examination it is preliminarily necessary to pass a written test consisting of multiple choice questions. Conditions of the written test will be submitted at the beginning of the course.
The oral test consists of an interview aimed at ascertaining the students' knowledge of the subjects of the course, their understanding, the acquisition of appropriate language, the ability to synthesize and rework.



Other useful information

Any change of the chair will be granted directly by the Professor and only upon presentation of appropriate documentation to demonstrate the impossibility to attend classes at the scheduled time.
Failure to pass the written exam will result in the student not being admitted to the oral examination of that exam session, but the student will still have the possibility to try again the written test during the same session. Failure to pass the oral exam will not allow students to take the immediately following oral examination (except in the case that the period between the two exams is longer than one month). Passing the written test will remain effective for the entire session.
Additional information and updates will be available by consulting the website of the Department and/or the possible Professor's Ariel site.



Faculty office hours
By prior appointment (kindly contact the professor by sending an email to the address christian.romeo@unimi.it), every Thursday from 11.30 pm to 12.30 pm at Department of Private Law and Legal History.
Istituzioni di diritto privato I
IUS/01 - PRIVATE LAW - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
Professor: Castelli Laura
Istituzioni di diritto privato II
IUS/01 - PRIVATE LAW - University credits: 7
Lessons: 49 hours
Professor: Romeo Christian