ELEMENTY PRAWA DLA EKONOMISTW WOJCIECH SIUDA PDF

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Wojciech J. Katner (editor), Podstawy prawa cywilnego i handlowego dla ekonomistów, Arche s.c., Wojciech Siuda, Elementy Prawa dla Ekonomistów, wyd. Results 1 – 16 of 16 Ekonomista: pismo miesi?czne po?wi?cone ekonomice, statystyce i administracji ; z Elementy prawa dla ekonomistà w: Siuda Wojciech. Course title: Foundations of Private Law, Name in Polish: Podstawy prawa prywatnego Wojciech Siuda, Elementy prawa dla ekonomistów, Poznań 2.

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There is also a final exam at the end of the semester.

Lectures to download You tube links: Law is best learned through analyzing legal principles and applying them to different sets of problems. Private law regulation of commercial transactions – selected problems 9. Economic Elmenty Classes of After the examination students should be familiar with basic institutions of civil, labour, commercial law as well as private international law and should also be able to use the respective sources of law codes, statutes.

Obligations, special part 6.

Having accomplished the course a student will have been able to define and present the elements connected with establishing and terminating employment relation, working time, leaves, responsibility of an employer and of an employee. This will usually mean 45 min of lecture or 45 min of tutorials, when exercises, class discussions, case study, etc.

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Providing students with the elementary knowledge connected with labor law. Civil law – scope and sources 3. Shaping students’ skills to present their ideas and to defend their correctness. This will be done by raising or lowering the final grade by 0. This will be assigned approx. Assessment Law is best learned through analyzing legal principles and applying them to different sets of problems.

He understands the basic concepts of property law, contract law, corporate and conflict of law. Obligations, general part 5.

The present course has propaedeutic character. Skip to main menu Skip to submenu Skip to content. Having accomplished the course a student will have been able to define and present the elements of intellectual property pgawa Providing students with the elementary knowledge connected with the content and procedures of concluding agreements. Having accomplished the course a student will have been able to present their ideas and to defend their correctness.

During the course students will be asked to ekonomjstw assigned material or find certain regulations of law. Discussion in class is critical as well as understanding the studied material that is why presence ekonoistw class participation will be an important element of the final grade.

Designed for students who have not studied law before. Definition of obligation and sources of obligation, procedures and terms of vindicating claims.

Foundations of Private Law

On-line services of the University of Warsaw You are not logged in log in. The lecture is aimed at acquainting the students with basic institutions of Polish private law and systematics of sources of Polish private law. You are not logged in log in. Having accomplished the course a student will have been able to design the content of a nominate contract and innominate contract and present the rules of quotation, tendering and negotiations modes.

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They are not expected to learn all what is in the assigned reading before the lecture but to be ready to discuss the matter, ask questions or criticise. Assessment methods and assessment criteria:. Written examination testActivity during lectures is one of the final evaluation criteria.

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Elements of property law: Back to main page. Kazimierz Kruczalak, Zarys prawa handlowego, LexisNexis najnowsze wydanie. Private international law – basic problems.

A student understands distinction between private and public law. Having accomplished the course a student will have been able to define and present the elements of property rights: