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Modul: Rechtslehre 1 BGB für die juristische Ausbildung
Professor Enrico Moch, LL.M. (Com.)

 

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

Einführung in das deutsche Rechtssystem, juristische Methodenlehre, Abwicklung und Störungen von Verträgen am Beispiel eines Kaufvertrages. Introduction to the German legal system, legal methodology, management and interference of tolerated the example of a sales contract.

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CLASS ASSIGNMENTS

Die Teilnahme an den Vorlesungen ist, nach den Bestimmungen der AOU, für Studenten verpflichtend. Der Lehrplan besteht aus 15 Wochen mit je 3 SWS. Zeitliche Abweichungen können sich ergeben. Das Modul wird zurzeit nur in deutscher Sprache angeboten. Participation in the lectures is, according to the national regulations for the AOU, mandatory for students. The curriculum is planned, as indicated below, however, can result in temporal deviations. The module is offered at the moment only in German language.

 

Week 1 Topics
Einführung in BGB Differenzierung zwischen privates- und öffentliches Recht 
Rechtsgeschäfte
Schadensersatz 
Definition Eigentümer und Besitzer
Week 2 Topics
Die Willenserklärung 
Wirksamkeit der Willenserklärung
Anfechtbare Willenserklärung
Week 3 Topics
Eigentumserwerb
Week 4 Topics
Anspruchsgrundlage bei Sachmangel
Week 5 Topics
schuldrechtliche Verträge des täglichen Lebens
Auftrag und Vollmacht
Week 6 Topics
Schadensersatzanspruch
unerlaubte Handlung
positive Forderungsverletzung und deren Folgen
Herausgabeanspruch
Week 7-8 Topics
Vorbereitung auf die Zwischenprüfung (Allgemeiner Teil)
Week 9 Topics
Zwischenprüfung/Mid-term Examination
Week 10 Topics
Besprechung der Aufgaben aus der Zwischenprüfung
Week 11 Topics
abstrakte Fälle / Urteile
Week 12-14 Topics
Rechtsanwendung
Week 15 Topics
Modul Abschlussprüfung/ Final Examination

3 EVALUATION OF STUDENT PERFORMANCE
Grades will be determined by performance on the following assignments:
1. Mid-term Examination: 40% of total grade
2. Final Examination: 60% of total grade
4 GRADING RUBRICS
Essay answers should feature four components: (1) An identification of each issue raised by the question; (2) A clear statement of the applicable legal rules; (3) An analysis wherein the rules are applied to the facts of the question; and (4) The drawing of appropriate conclusions.

The following criteria will be applied in grading essay answers, for each of the five primary letter grades indicated:

A An “A” answer identifies correctly and fully all issues and subissues raised by the question. It states all applicable (and potentially applicable) legal rules and subrules with precision. It analyzes the facts of the question thoroughly in light of the applicable rules, and explores all alternative modes of analysis where appropriate. Finally, it applies the law to the facts to reach appropriate conclusions.

B This answer presents all four components of a good answer (issues, rules, analysis/application, and conclusion), but it does so in a way that could be substantially improved. For example, it may be that not all of the issues have been spotted, or the issues are not presented with complete clarity. The statement of legal rules captures the basic law, but may not develop the law’s complexities or nuances. The analysis is competent, but lacks subtlety, and may be somewhat simplistic or conclusory in spots.

C This is a minimally competent answer. It must contain in some measure all four components of a good answer (issue, rules, analysis/ application, and conclusions), but it may not clearly articulate them as separable concepts. Perhaps only one or two main issues have been identified, the others missed. Rules of law, while stated, lack in completeness and/or accuracy. The analysis and application may be somewhat shallow and conclusory. Conclusions may be questionable and not well-defended. The “C” answer is the minimum acceptable product of a minimally competent attorney.

D This is an answer which lacks one or more of the basic components. It may identify the wrong issues, or articulate none at all. Rules are stated incorrectly. The analysis is conclusory at best, absent at worst. The law is never really applied to the facts in any coherent way. Conclusions are unsupported or missing.

F The student has written nothing, or has not really tried, or exhibits a complete lack of knowledge of legal issues and rules, or demonstrates a near-total inability to engage in legal analysis.

5 RECOMMENDED LITERATURE
Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch (BGB), Beck-Texte im dtv, Ausgabe 2015
Schwind/ Hassenpflug/ Nawratil, BGB leicht gemacht, 30. Auflage,
Ewald von Kleist Verlag Berlin; ISBN 3-87440-227-4
Pfeifer, Schuldrecht-Gesetzliche Schuldverhältnisse, Verlag: Nomos;
ISBN 3-8329-1235-5
6 INTERNET RESOURCES
1. http://www.gesetze-im-internet.de/bundesrecht/bgb/gesamt.pdf
7 OFFICE DATA
e-mail: Enrico.Moch-AOU@gmx.de