Civil Law IV: Obligations and Contracts - Regime - LAW 301
The Law of Obligations and Contracts is one branch of Private Law under the Civil Law legal system. It is the body of rules that organizes and regulates the rights and duties, arising between persons within society. The course examines the legal regime of Obligations and Contracts. It will provide a study of the classification of Obligations and Contracts. Specific terms and conditions will be examined, especially matters affecting the legal regime of Obligations and Contracts, discharge of contracts, illegality, remedies, third-party rights, execution of contracts, indirect action, revelatory action, vicarious liability action. Prerequisite: Law 203.
Language of Instruction: Arabic (legal terms, however, are also given in English and French).
This lecture is supported by a workshop that helps the students to understand the course.