Basics of Contract and Obligation Law
|Structure Type:||Study unit|
|Type:||Compulsory / Basic Studies|
|Level:||Bachelor of Business Administration|
|Year of Study:||1 (2013-2014)|
|Responsible Teacher:||Teirfolk-Naarmala, Marika|
|Language of Instruction:||Finnish|
Courses During the Academic Year 2013-2014
|26||T-LT-1-1, T-LT-1-2||2013-09-02 – 2013-12-20||Tuula Hartman||Finnish||2013-08-16 – 2013-09-20|
|27||T-LT-1-3, T-LT-1-4||2013-09-02 – 2013-12-20||Tuula Hartman||Finnish||2013-08-16 – 2013-09-20|
Still need to take the course? See the courses during the academic year 2018-2019.
The introduction to Finnish legislation will give the student a basic knowledge of the Contract Act. The student gets acquainted with the partners in connection with contracts and understands the obligations in relation to a contract. The course will also familiarise the student with promissory notes and personal and real security.
Lessons and assignments 39 hours, selfstudies 41 hours.
Prerequisites / Recommended Optional Courses
Previous knowledge is not needed.
The parties of a contract, procedures involved when drawing up and determinating a contract, conditions, invalidity of a contract, obligations , promissory notes and security.
Recommended or Required Reading and Other Learning Resources/Tools
- All the materials in Moodle
- Legislation in force
- Timo Karttunen, Hanna Laasanen, Liisa Sippel, Tero Uitto, Marjo Valtonen: Juridiikan perusteet (2015) soveltuvin osin velvoiteoikeuteen
Mode of Delivery / Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Lectures, project learning, group work, self-studies and presentations
- give reasons for solutions made when acting in tasks of an expert
- use independently various problem solving methods
- apply the professional ethical principles
take into account the responsibilities and obligations connected with the utilisation of information (e.g. copyrights and plagiarism)
– utilise the problem-solving methods learnt during the study unit
- find the essential parts of the problem
- recognise the area of expertise in his/her field
- utilise the problem-solving methods dealt with during the study unit when given guidance
- has a positive attitude towards developing
- identify the values of the field and the professional ethical principles
Exam and assignments. Numerical assessment on scale 0-5.