Objectives of the course

Developing scientific knowledge about the structure of obligatory legal relations and the principles of regulating obligatory relationships and their importance, mastering the methods, processes and procedures of research and the institute of contractual and compensation law, giving specific legal skills in the system of legal protection of property and non-property rights, developing creative abilities to improve legal relations between entities of obligatory relations.

CodeSubject statusSemesterClassesECTS
P-OBL Compulsory VI 4+2 8

Acquired knowledge

Training students to recognize, identify and differentiate general legal concepts and rules of the obligation right, acquire knowledge about modern legal institutes of the obligation right and master the skill of application of obligatory legal norms on a specific case.

Content of the subject

Concept and importance of the obligatory law; origin, sources, principles and system of obligation law; entities, types and protection of the obligation relationship; basic principles of contract law; the general conditions for the creation of a contract, the form and interpretation of the contract, the effects of the contract and the termination of the contract, the type of contract, securing the execution of the contractual obligation; causing damage to others as a source of obligations, the basis and conditions of civil liability, damage, guilt, causation, unlawfulness, responsibility for the other, liability for harm caused by dangerous things and dangerous activities, special cases of liability for damage, ill-founded wealth, negligent performance of others’ affairs ; unilateral statements of will; the effect of obligatory relations; termination of obligations (fulfillment, compensation, novation, debt relief, merger, delinquency of claims); substitution of entities, assignment of receivables (cessions), debt collection, assignments (referrals).

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)