Sec: A, Teresa Duplá Marín, Derecho, ESP Rights over things (Iura in re aliena ). . VOLTERRA, E. Instituciones de Derecho Privado Romano, translation by. En el derecho romano las servidumbres fueron una iura in re aliena (derechos reales sobre cosa ajena). encumbrance iura in re aliena encumbrance iura in re aliena real rights of enjoyment: real rights of guarantee: servitudes usufruct, use, habitation emphyteusis.
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Group Teacher Department Language Sec: It is a fundamental course and the basis for further studies in Alifna Law in the subsequent years of the programme. The course serves to analyse and work on the main Private Law institutions from their Roman origins until their current regulation. The course is practical in focus, exposing novice Law students to the key issues they will examine later on in the different areas of knowledge within the programme Civil, Commercial and Procedural Law.
Course Learning Objectives Upon successfully completing this course students should be able to: Application of knowledge to achieve results. Law and legal systems.
Subject of Law and legal personality. Object of Law and patrimony.
Ius – Wikipedia
Exercise of rights and private autonomy. Law Directum and legalism Ius. Concept of Law and types. Subject of Law and legal personality Topic 2. Subject of Law I: Subject derechoo Law II: Object of Law and patrimony Topic 4. The legal thing resromamo and types of things. Patrimony and patrimonial rights. Exercise of rights and private autonomy Topic 5. The legal fact, act and transaction. Efficacy and inefficacy of the legal transaction.
Legal obligation and contracts.
Rights over things Iura in re aliena. This course serves to examine the key Private Law institutions and prepares students for the future study of Private Law and its different areas of knolwedge. Given the range and dense nature of the course, we cannot generalise the use of case studies, characteristic of Roman Law jurists; the use of case studies is reserved for specific parts of the course as they are a fundamental complement for a greater practical comprehension of the material being studied.
The teaching methodology does stress active participation by students, combining different teaching methods together with lectures. In addition to these lectures, there will be practical sessions carried out in small groups to work on a specific topic from the course whether fe class or outside of class.
There may also be individual activities related to the course material to improve improve students’ learning and facilitate their ongoing assessment marked activities. The concepts analysed and studied are based on the origins of the different institutions with a focus on the implication for current laws and social reality.
They serve to complement the material studied in class, encourage collaborative learning and create spaces for reflection outside of class for them to assimilate and apply the knowledge acquired. Specifically, these activities are as follows: The forum is open throughout the course and is compulsory for students requiring a minimum of 1 post and a maximum of 3.
It is also a space for students to prepare for the final exam which includes a similar exercise. Students will receive individualised feedback from faculty who will also dedicate several class sessions to reflect on the news items and current problems related to the issues studied.
The aim is to create a legal wiktionary throughout the course. Entries have to be complete. Faculty will review them and approve their publication or not. The space also includes an area to introduce keywords, enabling students to classify the concepts introduced by general topics. Students can participate freely in this activity, and there is no limit in terms of the number of entries.
The aim is to create a shared conceptual map of the course content.
Lastly, for students to carry out prior independent study of all the content included in each session, faculty will use the Maas platform to post support material for each of the course topics prior to the lecture or practical session in question. This represents a summary of the main content studied in the course as well as the key topics to be worked on inside and outside of class.
When necessary, the Maas platform will also include complementary material and links to practical information legislation, jurisprudence, videos, academic articles, etc.
It also details the programme syllabus as well as advice for students to study each of the course topics on their own.
Introducción al Derecho Privado (GED70044)
As a result it is a fundamental tool to make the most of each session and the course as a whole. Assessment criteria Students who do not: Have the level of required competences will be able to move on to the next year of the programme so long as they pass this course, but they will not be able to complete the final degree project without acquiring the required competence levels for the degree programme.
Students’ overall marks for the course consist of the following: The detailed breakdown is as follows: Bibliography The short bibliography to prepare the course material is as follows: Elementos de Derecho civil, tomo I tres volsBarcelona, Ed. Instituciones de Derecho Privado, Barcelona. Introduzione alla storia del diritto privato dei Romani, Torino, Epitome de Derecho Romano.
Timetable and sections Group Teacher Department Sec: Each Wednesday from Each Monday from 8: Each Monday from