Law


Teaching Staff: Karlafti-Mouratidi Foteini
Course Code: YK-6000
Gram-Web Code: ΔΙ0200
Course Category: Specific Background
Course Type: Compulsory
Course Level: Undergraduate
Course Language: Greek
Semester: 6th
ECTS: 2
Total Hours: 2
Erasmus: Not Available
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Short Description:

 

The course syllabus contains the following subjects approximated by their historical evolution from Roman, Byzantine, post-Byzantine to modern law:sources of Roman, Byzantine and post-Byzantine law (Latin occupied territories), basic legal concepts (rights, legal personality, legal acts, etc.), inheritance law: intestate succession, testate succession, law of property: general concepts, restrictions of ownership, possessions, praedial and personal servitudes, security interests (pledges,hypothecations), law of obligations: categories of contractual or non-contractual obligations, categories of contracts, commercial law: commercial operations, commercial acts, companies: statutes, categories, characteristics. Labour as a key factor of production: professional associations, labour theories, employment contracts, service contracts, works contracts. Judicial systems, means of evidence, imposing sanctions. In addition, per course, reference is made to the corresponding legal terminology (historical development, Latin legal terms).


Objectives - Learning Outcomes:

 

  • Systematic presentation and analysis of basic principles of law, legal concepts per branch of law, and their historical evolution, in the context of acquiring knowledge, familiarization, understanding and consolidation by students
  • Development of skills of appropriate legal terminology choices when performing the translation work
  • Ability to use legal concepts in different concepts
  • Development of the skills regarding value judgment at a legal level
  • Development of skills in choosing accurate legal terminology during the translation process

Syllabus:

Week 1: Law branches, judicial institutions during Antiquity, rights: categories, acquisition, protection, limitation. Properties of natural and legal persons.

Week 2: Legal transactions: types of legal acts, validity conditions.

Week 3: Intestate and testate succession

Week 4: judicial institutions in Ancient Rome, Possession, ownership, ownership restrictions, ways to acquire ownership, rights, slavery.

Week 5: Pledge, mortgage, categories of obligations, contract categories.

Week 6: Purchase contracts, loan contracts, lease contracts.

Week 7: Debt Assignment Contracts, Warranty Contracts.

Week 8: Commercial operations, branding principles, unfair competition.

Week 9: Companies: statutes, categories, characteristics.

Week 10: Companies: capital, shares, colleges, liabilities of partners, liquidation.

Week 11: Work: categories, conditions, remuneration, rights and obligations of employers and employees.

 

Week 12: Theories of Labor (Labor Theory of Value, Economic Growth Theory etc.).


Week 13: Employment contracts, service contracts, work contracts.


Suggested Bibliography:

Impert J. Το Αρχαίο δίκαιο και οι σύγχρονες προεκτάσεις του, μτφ. Μόσχος Ευ., Αθήνα 1998.

Γιούνη Μ. (επιμ.), Δίκαιο και Ιστορία 4, Αθήνα-Κομοτηνή 2020.

Γιούνη Μ., Δίκαιο και Ιστορία. Μελέτες Ιστορίας του Δικαίου Ι, Αθήνα-Κομοτηνή 2008.

Καράμπελας Δ. (επιμ.), Πηγές ιστορίας του δικαίου. Νομοθεσία, νομολογία, θεωρία, πράξη, Αθήνα 2008.

Καρεκλάς Ι., Φιλοσοφία του Δικαίου, Αθήνα 2012.

Καρλάφτη-Μουρατίδη Φ., Οικονομία και Δίκαιο στην Κέρκυρα κατά τη βενετική περίοδο, Θεσσαλονίκη 2018.

Παπαγιάννη Ε., Αρναούτογλου Η., Δημοπούλου Α., Καράμπελας Δ., Λιαρμακόπουλος Α., Χατζάκης Ι., Χέλμης Α., Ιστορία Δικαίου. Από την αρχαιότητα στο σύγχρονο ελληνικό κράτος, Αθήνα 2015.

Παπαγιάννη Ε., Η νομολογία των εκκλησιαστικών δικαστηρίων βυζαντινής και μεταβυζαντινής περιόδου σε θέματα περιουσιακού δικαίου, Αθήνα-Κομοτηνή 1997.

Παπαρρήγα-Αρτεμιάδη Λ., Στοιχεία ελληνικών επιδράσεων στα λατινικά κείμενα του CórpusJurisCivilis, Αθήνα 2006.

Παπαστερίου Δ., Κλαβανίδου Δ., Δίκαιο της Δικαιοπραξίας, Αθήνα 2008.

Τρωιάνος Σπ., HistoriaetJus, 1969-1988, Αθήνα-Κομοτηνή 2004.

Τρωιάνος Σπ., HistoriaetJus, 1989-2004, Αθήνα-Κομοτηνή 2004.

ΤρωιάνοςΣπ., Βελισσαροπούλου-Καρακώστα Ι., Ιστορία Δικαίου, Αθήνα.

ΤρωιάνοςΣπ., Οι πηγές του βυζαντινού δικαίου, Αθήνα 1999.

Φεφές Μ., Εισαγωγή στο Δίκαιο, Αθήνα 2004.

Φίλιος Π., Φιλοσοφία του δικαίου, Αθήνα-Κομοτηνή 2010.

Χατζάκης Γ. et al. Περίγραμμα Ιστορίας του Μεταβυζαντινού Δικαίου. Τα ελληνικά κείμενα, Αθήνα 2011.


Teaching Methods:

 

Face to face/ The course has the form of a lecture, which includes dialogue with students to solve questions and comment. Use of audiovisual material.


Evaluation Methods:

 

Written exams. Optional Work: analysis and deepening of terms, concepts, subjects from the issues given. Assignment of essays on legal concepts and issues, inter alias essays on notarial archives of Venetian territories. Mandatory presentation (ppt) of students essays to the class.

Updated: 27-07-2022

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