Private Law 4003-112PPP
The lecture focused on discussing the basic institutions of Polish civil law: the law of property, liability, torts, unjust enrichment, company law, intellectual property rights, unfair competition.
2. What's private law?
3. Norms of private law
4. Sources of private law
5. Civil Code (sytem)
6. Ius in rem
7. Contracts, torts, unjust enrichment
8. Company law
9. Intellectual property
10. Unfair competition
11. Conflict of Laws
lecture - 30 hrs
preparation for the lecture - 30 hrs
preparation for assessment - 30 hrs
total time - 90 hrs
Type of course
After completion of the learning process, the student:
understands the differences between private and public law and is able to explain consequences of this division
understands and uses the basic terminology of private law
understands the importance of private law for European Studies.
critically analyzes the functioning of the rules in practice of law and assess the impact of the application thereof
recognizes the fundamental provisions of Polish and European private law
understands the methods adopted by the European Union in the field of the codification of international private law
Students gain basic knowledge in the field of private law, which will allow for further understanding of the following law courses.
Assessment is based on the test covering the above issues.
Bierć A., Zarys prawa prywatnego, Kluwer, 2015
Siuda, Elementy prawa prawa dla ekonomistów (najnowsze wydanie)
Katner W.J.: Prawo cywilne i handlowe w zarysie, Kluwer, (najnowsze wydanie)
Pazdan M.: Prawo Prywatne Międzynarodowe, LexisNexis (najnowsze wydanie).
Information on level of this course, year of study and semester when the course unit is delivered, types and amount of class hours - can be found in course structure diagrams of apropriate study programmes. This course is related to the following study programmes:
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