Course Code: DR IV11 • Study year: IV • Academic Year: 2024-2025
Domain: Law • Field of study: Law
Type of course: Compulsory
Language of instruction: Romanian
Erasmus Language of instruction: English
Name of lecturer: Laura Cetean-Voiculescu
Seminar tutor: Laura Cetean-Voiculescu
Form of education Full-time
Form of instruction: Class / Seminary
Number of teaching hours per semester: 48
Number of teaching hours per week: 4
Semester: Summer
Form of receiving a credit for a course: Grade
Number of ECTS credits allocated 4

Course aims:

Amplification and diversification of international relations, creates conditions for the birth, in a growing measure of legal relations between individuals, between legal entities or between individuals and legal entities comprising one or more foreign elements, international or foreign belonging.
Knowledge and deepen the theoretical and practical matters of private international law is useful to practitioners, students and lawyers who study these issues, the mission is to contribute to thorough preparation of students and deepen knowledge by practitioners.
East to rate structured in two parts, ie the general and special theoretical knowledge which gives students the institutions of private international law, which in educational activities complement the practical aspects that will be presented during the discussion of each topic.

Course Entry Requirements:

- Civil Law

Course contents:

PART I GENERAL I. PRELIMINARY CONSIDERATIONS II. The legal relationship of international private law III. The conflictual norm IV. SOURCES OF ROMANIA international private law V. THE THEORY OF CONFLICT OF LAWS VI. APPLICATION OF FOREIGN LAW. Foreign law, NATIONAL LAW PART TWO SPECIAL I. LEGAL POSITION OF FOREIGNERS II. Status and capacity of persons in private international law II.2 Legal person III. Family status IV. REAL PROPERTY AND RIGHTS V. Legacy VI. LEGAL ACT VII. OBLIGATIONS VIII. Bills of exchange, promissory notes and check IX. Fiduciary X. RULES OF PROCEDURE ON PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW

Teaching methods:

Lecture, conversation, exemplification.

Learning outcomes:

• Applying theories, principles and concepts in a context determined • Preliminary analysis of the data, their interpretation, the carrying out of classifications and some conceptual delineations • Development of Vocational projects using theories, principles and specific methods of entitlement.

Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:

Written paper – interpretative essay – 80%; continuous assessment – 20%.

Recommended reading:

Romanian Parliament, Romanian Constitution, Civil Code (Book VII), Civil Procedure Code (Book VII), -, -, actualised, all.
Filipescu, A. Filipescu, •Treaty on Private International Law, revised and enlarged edition ,, Juridical Universe Publishing House, Bucharest, 2005, all.
A. Fuerea, •Private International Law, Second edition revised, Juridical Universe Publishing House, Bucharest, 2005, all.
Laura Cetean-Voiculescu, Romanian International Private Law, PRO Universitaria Publishing House, Bucharest, 2019, 1-169.
European Justice,, online, 2021, all.