Objectives of the course
Introducing students with basic notions of law as well as with the significance of civil law for the security of legal and economic traffic. Developing practical skills in understanding civic relationships with other areas of law, especially criminal and constitutional law.
Students’ ability to understand the theoretical and practical meaning of the right to the stability of overall social relationships through basic legal institutes. Understanding ownership as a basic social relationship for the universality of social relations in society. Understanding of real and obligatory rights in a legal order.
Content of the subject
Concept, object, systematics and sources of property right; legal entities and their ability; subjective civil rights; legal affairs, types, occurrence and termination; property and property mass; interpretation of rights; representation; abuse of rights; the effect of time-wasting on property rights; exercising and protection of subjective rights; acquisition and cessation of property rights; great civic codification; record of real rights.
Teaching methods and material mastering
Lectures, exercises, consultations, written examinations (colloquiums) individual student work (seminar and homework, papers, etc.), as well as group participation of students in the study of certain thematic units.
Forms of knowledge assessment
- Test 1 (0-15 points)
- Test 2 (0-15 points)
- Final exam (0-50 points)
- Seminar(s) (0-10 points)
- Teaching activities (0-10 points)