Scientific Disciplinary Sector (SSD)
IUS/04 - BUSINESS LAW
I semestre dal Oct 1, 2015 al Jan 9, 2016.
The course aims to provide the participants with the knowledge of juridical vocabulary, of the fundamental basis of private law, that are necessary to understand properly commercial law, and of the main aspects of company and commercial law. The goal is to provide the juridical knowledges that are essential to be able to work in companies, also in tourism field. During the course, particular attention will be paid to reading and examining the Civil Code and to learning how to interpret laws.
The concept of law and rule of law; the interpretation of law.
Natural persons and legal entities.
Obligations and contracts.
The concept of entrepreneur; different categories of entrepreneurs.
Business and business transfer.
Unlimited and limited partnerships.
Corporations: incorporation, corporate governance, audit, balance sheet.
Limited liability companies.
Lectures aim to analyze main basics of business law, links between rules and protected interests. In order to make it easier for students to understand operational dimension of rules, we will often use case-law.
F. Galgano, Istituzioni di diritto privato, Padova, CEDAM, last issue: capp. I, II (par. 1,2,3), III (from par. 1 to par. 5), IV (par. 1,2,3), V (par. 1,2), VI (par.1,4,5), IX, X, XI, XII, XIII (par.1,2), XIV, XV, XVI (par.1,2,3), XIX (par.1,4), XXI (from par. 1 to par. 4), XXIII.
M. Campobasso, Manuale di diritto commerciale, Torino, UTET, last issue, capp. I-V, VI (par. 1,2,9), X-XII, XIII,XIV, XVI, XVII (from par. 1 to par. 24), XVIII, XIX, XX, XXI, XXII, XXIII, XXIV (from par. 1 to par. 14).
It is necessary to study also Civil Code rules mentioned during classes and in the textbooks.
||Istituzioni di diritto privato
||Manuale di diritto commerciale