History of common European private law and business law, Sources of contract law, Entering into a contract, Precontractual duties, Clauses contrary to public policy, Third party damage, Prohibitions and discrimination, Current European contract law projects, Consumer contracts, Principles and particular features of European contract law, Anti-discrimination law, Interpretation of contracts, Contract for the benefit of a third party, Fraud, errors, deception
The content is presented in lectures and studied in more depth through e-learning.
After completing the module, students have mastered the principles of European and international contract law. They are familiar with the most important European and international legal principles and can deal with them, taking them into account and applying them to designing and negotiating contracts. Having carried out comparative and historical legal analyses, they are aware of the common principles of European company and business law.
Examination: term paper (approx. 10 pages)
Credits (ECTS): 5