The overall objective of the course is to help students implement critical and reconstructive skills when observing the most significant issues in the area of European contract law: the students will develop some intuition on how to approach and analyze legal issues in a perspective of continuity/discontinuity. A specific focus will be given to the importance of historical perspective, moving backwards in time starting from the most significant legal concepts of European private law, thereby discovering a common matrix of these concepts in Roman private law.
The specific content of the course is the study of pecuniary obligations arising ex contractu: in fact, under contractual law, the obligations to pay a sum of money are of crucial importance. Since ancient times, the money (a specific subject-matter of a dare performance) has adapted the whole system of non-performance of the contract, of interests, of protection against write-down, of adjustment of the amount of the benefit over time etc.
Lectures aim to enhance students’ juridical reasoning skills, stimulating comparison and debate on the topics dealt with during the lessons.
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