MVV3168K/01: Út 11. 4. 11:10–12:40 025, 13:30–15:00 025, 15:05–16:35 025, St 12. 4. 9:35–11:05 025, 11:10–12:40 025
MP410Zk Občanské právo III|| OBOR ( MUS ) || OBOR ( MUSPraF )
Students attending the lecture should have a basic knowledge in European legal history, especially in the history of private law, as well as in contemporary private law of their own country. At least basic knowledge of the world’s history is also desirable.
Omezení zápisu do předmětu
Předmět je určen pouze studentům mateřských oborů.
Předmět si smí zapsat nejvýše 30 stud.
Momentální stav registrace a zápisu: zapsáno: 28/30, pouze zareg.: 1/30
At the end of the course students should be able to:
• understand and explain the differences between legal traditions and subtraditions;
• work with information on western legal traditions and history of private law;
• create a statement presenting information about various aspects of European legal history;
• make reasoned decisions about classifying a legal system into proper historical and traditional context;
• make deductions based on acquired knowledge concerning European legal history;
• interpret and understand any text that concerns history and development of European private law.
1. Western legal tradition among other legal traditions of the world (what is a legal tradition; chthonic traditions; Islamic tradition; Confucian tradition; distinctive features of western tradition)
2. From Justinian to Bartolus (Roman law compilation; university and mos italicus; canon law; ius commune; the case of England)
3. From renaissance to DCFR (mos gallicus; Holland and Germany; law of nature and codification program; civil codes; harmonization and EU)
4. The subtraditions (civil law and common law; subdivisions of civil law; the question of Scandinavian law)
5. Western legal tradition worldwide (mixed jurisdictions from Scotland to South Africa; western legal influence of other legal traditions)
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Students will be assessed individually on the basis of attendance and final individual prove of acquired skills and knowledge in form of a multiple choice test.
The lecture focuses on presenting and analyzing the main features of the Western Legal Tradition, the process of its creations, its subdivisions and influence around the world. The lecture stresses the historical factors that influence the process of creation of this tradition and points out its richness and diversity.
• W. Dajczak, T. Giaro, F. Longchamps de Bérier, Právo římské. Základy soukromého práva, Iuridicum Olomoucense, Olomouc 2013;
• P. Glenn, Legal traditions of the world, Oxford University Press.