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Lesson plan / ROMAN PRIVATE LAW

Lesson Information

Course Credit 3.0
Course ECTS Credit 4.0
Teaching Language of Instruction Türkçe
Level of Course Bachelor's Degree, TYYÇ: Level 6, EQF-LLL: Level 6, QF-EHEA: First Cycle
Type of Course Compulsory
Mode of Delivery Face-to-face
Does the course require compulsory or optional work experience? Z
Course Coordinator
Instructor (s) Assist. Prof. Dr. BUSE AKSARAY|Prof. Dr. HAVVA KARAGÖZ
Course Assistant

Purpose and Content

The aim of the course The objective of this course is to identify the main institutions of Roman legal system, which is the basis of legal systems of many countries in the world, especially the laws of Continental European states.
Course Content In this course, fundamentals and institutions of Continental Europe’s private law are demonstrated. The law of persons, Roman debt relationships and property law will be especially emphasized.

Weekly Course Subjects

1The Importance of Roman Law and classification of Roman Law No file found
2General provisions No file found
3Legal Procedures No file found
4The Law of Persons No file found
5Patria Potestas No file found
6Family Law No file found
7Kinship No file found
8Kinship No file found
9Citizenship in ancient Rome No file found
10Legal personality No file found
11Stipulatio, bail No file found
12Origins of Patria Potestas No file found
13Custody-Tutorship No file found
14Manus, Dos, Nullity

Resources

1-ROMA HUKUK DERS NOTLARI, Ziya Umur
2-ROMA HUKUKU DERSLERİ, BELGİN ERDOĞMUŞ , BÜLENT TAHİROĞLU
3-Roma Hukuku, Özcan Karadeniz Çelebican