11316 - Private Law

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  • Teacher Pierluigi Raimondo

  • Credits 6

  • SSD IUS/01

  • Language Italian

  • Campus of Bologna

  • Degree Programme First cycle degree programme (L) in Exercise and Sport Sciences (cod. 8512)

Academic Year 2018/2019

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course, the student has the basic knowledge and the terminology of private law in particular with regard to the knowledge and to the discipline of private law entities, of the property and of the possession right,of the contract rules, of the sale contracts, of the procurement contract,of the lease contract, of the mandate, of the loan, of the free-loan contract and of the unlawful act.The student also learns the basic knowledge about sports system entities, sports labor contract, sports sponsorship contract, violation of the rules.Finally the students acquires the ability to find legal sources, to see codes and databases and to bring up to date about sectoral legislation.

Course contents

Natural person and legal personLegal capacity and ability to act. The (legally) incompetents. The rights relating to personality. The associations and the foundations. The property and assets. The possession. The ways of buying the property. The rights in rem on other people's stuff. The bonds. The compliance and the non-compliance. The contract and the contractual freedom. The contract requirements. The preliminary contract. The consumer contract. The contract validity and invalidity. The contract effectiveness and the ineffectiveness(nullity). The representation. The effects of the contract between parties and in relation with third parties. The termination and the rescission( cancellation) of the contract. Behavioural criteria of contractors and of interpretation of the contract. The individual contracts. Torts and delicts.
Sports system law:1)the international Olympic committee; 2)the international sports federations; 3) the italian national olympic committee (CONI); 4) the national sports federations; 5) the associated sporting disciplines; 6) the institutions promoting sporting activities; 7) the sports leagues; 8) the sports associations; 9) the sports societies; 10) the foundations; 11) the Committies organizing sports events; 12) the membership; 13) the athlete; 14) the sports support staff; 15) the sport suitability16)The membership card17) The tied contract18) The bound of justice; 19) the amateurism.


F. Galgano, Istituzioni di diritto privato, Padova, Cedam.

P. Raimondo, Elementi di diritto privato I, Bologna, Giraldi Editore.

Teaching methods

The teaching programme is explained through the use of slides. The student is involved to participate to discussions regarding examples and practical cases.

Assessment methods

Oral examination.

Teaching tools

During the lesson is provided the use of slides, eventually available for online purchasing. The slides make the text comprehension and the organization of the work easier but not the presentation of topics during the exam.

Office hours

See the website of Pierluigi Raimondo