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||Ioana Andra Pleșa
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• to provide the minimum knowledge in what concerns roman law
• to assimilate new juridical information about juridical institutions of roman law which are correlated with contemporary law.
The fundamental objective of this discipline consists in knowing the main regulations in the protection of Human Rights
Course Entry Requirements:
Introduction to roman law
1.Stages in the evolution of roman state. The mean of source of law. 2 The roman procedings of justice. 3.Extraordinary procedure in roman law. 4.Roman family, the parent power, marriage. Loosing juridical capacity. 5 The propriety and right of propriety in roman society. 6 The entail. 7.Contracts.Essencials elements as: capacity, object. Types of contracts.
Lecture, conversation, exemplification.
• retrieval of written sources of roman law • Concepts refearing to historical evolution roman law
Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:
Written test examination.Verification during the semester
• D.Oancea, Introducere în dreptul roman, Ed. C. H. Beck, 2009
• C-tin. Stoicescu, Curs elementar de drept roman, Ed. Universul Juridic, 2009
• Gh. Bichiceanu, Drept roman. Instituţii. Izvoare. Jurisdicţii, Ed. C. H. Beck, 2008
• Vl.Hanga, M. D. Bocşan, Curs de drept privat roman, ediţia a II a Ed. Universul juridic, Bucureşti, 2006
• E. Molcuţ, Drept privat roman, Editura Universul juridic, Bucureşti, 2005.