LAW 206 – Law on obligations, Special Provisions
LAW 206 – Law on obligations, Special Provisions; Weekly hours: 2+1, ECTS: 5
The main objective of the course is to introduce to the students the various types of contracts that are part of the Law of obligations using the comparative method, in order to detect the similarities and the differences in the regulation of the contracts in the Continental legal systems and the Common law legal systems. The main topics are following: the meaning of the provisions regulating various kinds of contracts contained in the Law of obligations and the provisions concerning various kinds of legal transactions regulated in the Law of obligations arising from more than twenty kinds of contracts, including contracts of sale, lease, exchange, loan, construction, order, deposit, bank contracts etc. The students will gain the necessary knowledge and skills in concluding and performing these types of contracts which is fundamental in regulating the relations between the contractual parties.