Found 40 courses
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Antonios Maniatis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Business Administration- Division of Hospitality and tourism management, TEI of Athens

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Introduction to Civil and Commercial Law

Chryssoula Tsene - Undergraduate - (A-)
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, University of Patras

The complexity of modern civil and commercial transactions induces the need of understanding and interpreting the basic concepts of civil and commercial law, that govern the legal transanctions between individuals and other bodies corporate or uncorporated. The aim of this course is to provide students with university education which will enable acquisition of knowledge of legal principles and rules of civil and commercial law, by focusing on the following topics: general principles of civil law, conditions of validity and protection of rights according to greek civil code, law of obligations, law of contracts, contractual liability, tort, property law, company law.

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Ecclesiastical Law III

Kyriakos Kyriazopoulos - Postgraduate - (A+)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

In this course we examine the relations between state and religions or religious communities or communities of non-believers, amongst the member-states of the European Union with a catholic, protestant, or mixed (catholico-protestant) tradition.

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INSTITUTIONS OF EUROPEAN PEOPLES (19th-20th centuries) II

Kiriakos Kiriazopoulos - Postgraduate - (A+)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

INTERNATIONAL LAW OF CONCORDATS BETWEEN HOLY SEE AND STATES. LAW OF ECCLESIASTICAL AGREEMENTS AMONG GOVERNMENTS AND STATES.

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Social security law

Angelos Stergiou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Faculty of Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The course examines the legal dimension of the social security (social insurance). In particular there are examined the conceptual delimitations, the architecture of the social security system, its historical dimensions, contemporary issues, the general principles of social insurance, the insurance provided by IKA-ETAM, social risks, sickness, maternity, accidents at work and professional disease, senility, death, old-age, invalidity and survivors’ pensions, unemployment insurance.

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Introduction to Law

Ioanna Tsirika - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Business Administration (Grevena), TEI of Western Macedonia

Introduction to basic concepts of civil and commercial law.

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History of Greek and Roman Law

Kalliopi Papakonstantinou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Chronological periods and sources of greek and roman law. Characteristic elements and institutions in the legislations of Charondas, Zaleykos, in the city of Lakedaimonians, of Athenians and of Cretans. Characteristic elements and institutions of ancient Rome during the periods of regnum, respublica and imperium romanum.

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Institutions of Roman Law

Kalliopi Papakonstantinou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Τhe institutions of roman law are based on the ‘Institutiones’, an introductory textbook of legal institutions that the Roman Jurist Gaius wrote in the second century a.D. Gaius was the first who divided the legal issues in three parts: personae, res, actiones. Basic elements and institutions of roman law are the contents of this course, such as persons, possession, property, hereditarian and contract law.

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International Law

Panagiotis Grigoriou - Undergraduate - (A+)
Sociology, Aegean University

I. Introduction ΙΙ. Sources of International Law A) The main sources of international law under Article 38 ICJ 1. Conventional International Law or Law of Treaties (treaties categories; international unilateral acts) 2. The customary international law (i) objective element: practice states (ii) opinio juris 3. The general principles of law 4. Indulgence- rectum and equal-equity (ex aequo et bono) B) Results of International Treaties implementation : 1. The compulsory nature 2. The principle of reciprocity 3. Self-contained application III. International Law Subjects: A) The evolution of the concept of international personality. Subjects, Actors and users of the law 1. The State: soil, sovereignty, people 2. International Organizations: (i) definition (ii) categories (iii) the legal force of the international organizations decisions. References in the UN system, BRETTON WOODS, EU , 3. The individual as a subject of international law and other "users" of international law: NGOs, national liberation movements, guerrillas B) General principles of international law 1. The principle of equality between Member 2. The principle of self-determination IV. International responsibility State 1. The concept of international responsibility under international law and its codification 2. international responsibility of the State: (i) a breach of international law (ii) allocation 3. Consequences of international responsibility: (i) reparation (ii) stop and not repeat V. The Protection of Human Rights A) The international dimension of human rights: 1. Conceptual demarcation of human rights and science of human rights 2. The three generations of human rights: (i) Civil and political rights, ii) economic-social and cultural rights iii) the solidarity rights 3. The nature of the DA: universal, indivisible, interdependent and interrelated B) European Law of Human Rights: 1. Council of Europe 2. European Union B) SPECIFIC HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUES -RACISM 1. The principle of equality and non-discrimination 2. The race as a protected characteristic discrimination: (i) four (4) Declarations of UNESCO, (ii) the International Framework of and position of Cases before the ICJ 3. The International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (CERD): purpose, implementation and control mechanisms 4. At the regional level: (i) The Council of Europe and the ECHR (ii) EU and directives to combat discrimination 5. Categories and justifying discriminatory criteria: (i) direct discrimination (ii) indirect discrimination 6. Topical aspects of racism item: The hate speech and incitement to racism

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Ecclesiastical Law II

Kyriakos Kyriazopoulos - Undergraduate - (A+)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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