Undergraduate Module Descriptor
LAW3032: Law of Obligations (German Law)
This module descriptor refers to the 2018/9 academic year.
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This module ran during term 1 (12 weeks) and term 2 (12 weeks)
Dr Greta Bosch (Convenor)
Open only to LLB European (German) / Magister students
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This module constitutes the third part of the LLB European (German) / Magister module. You will be taught in German and the delivery of this module closely reflects the way in which law is taught in German universities. It is intended to give you a deep insight into the law of obligations and to provide you with a sound knowledge of the second book of the German Civil Code (BGB). It deals both with contractual (eg, contracts on the sale of goods) and non-contractual obligations (eg, torts). You are expected to acquire a confident grasp of the subject, developing an integrated understanding of German Civil Law. It is important that you become confident with the German methodology and case solving technique develop legal reasoning skills for advanced law study in German.
Open only to LLB European (German)/ Magister students. LAW2031 is a pre-requisite.
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