Study-unit COMMERCIAL LAW AND COMPANY LAW

Course name Economics of tourism
Study-unit Code 20000509
Location ASSISI
Curriculum Comune a tutti i curricula
Lecturer Francesco Buccellato
Lecturers
  • Francesco Buccellato
Hours
  • 42 ore - Francesco Buccellato
CFU 6
Course Regulation Coorte 2018
Supplied 2019/20
Supplied other course regulation
Learning activities Caratterizzante
Area Giuridico
Sector IUS/04
Type of study-unit Obbligatorio (Required)
Type of learning activities Attività formativa monodisciplinare
Language of instruction italian
Contents business Law. Negotiable instruments and securities. Insolvency Law (introduction). Company and Corporate Law.
Reference texts G.Presti M.Rescigno, Corso di diritto commerciale, VIII edizione, Zanichelli 2017 (con esclusione delle lezioni VII, VIII, IX, X, XVI, XVII)
Educational objectives the study of law, through the course and consultation of recommended texts, aims to promote learning by the student of the basic principles of matter. Learning can be said to be sufficient when, in the light of the information and acquired cognitive tools, allows a first critical approach to the legal rules of the company.
Prerequisites commercial law studies require a civil law knowledge: students are therefore kindly required to pass the related examination before approaching the course. A good knowledge of the Italian language is naturally a prerequisite. The indications above concern all students, attending or not.
Teaching methods thematic frontal lectures. Possible exercises after learning break in November
Other information In-depth thematic study of some traditional areas of matter - such as intellectual / copy rights, commercial contracts and bankruptcy law - because of the reduced number of teaching credits are only available through other specific teachings.
Learning verification modality an oral exam is scheduled at the end of the course to evaluate educational goals reached.
Extended program business Law. Negotiable instruments and securities. Insolvency Law (introduction). Company and Corporate Law.
In-depth thematic study of some traditional areas of matter - such as intellectual / copy rights, commercial contracts and bankruptcy law - because of the reduced number of teaching credits are only available through other specific teachings.