MARITIME AND GENERAL TRANSPORT LAW - PRACTICE:
Maritime and General Transport Law - practice
Maritime and General Transport Law - practice
Study: Law - 8. semester
Code: 45560
ECTS: 2.0
Course coordinators: prof. dr. sc. Jasenko Marin
prof. dr. sc. Nikoleta Radionov
doc. dr. sc. Mišo Mudrić
doc. dr. sc. Iva Savić
Exam dates:
  • 25. 05. 2020.
  • 15. 06. 2020.
  • 14. 09. 2020.
Exam registration: Studomat
Basic data
Maritime and General Transport Law - practice Law - 8. semester
2.0 45560
Lecturer in charge Consultations Location
prof. dr. sc. Jasenko Marin

Tuesday, 14-15 pm

Trg Republike Hrvatske 3, room 12
prof. dr. sc. Nikoleta Radionov

Tuesday, 14-15 pm
 

Trg Republike Hrvatske 3, room 22/I.
doc. dr. sc. Mišo Mudrić

Tuesday, 14h

Trg Republike Hrvatske 3, room 304
doc. dr. sc. Iva Savić

Thursday, 1.00-2.00 pm

Trg Republike Hrvatske 3, room 24/I
Literature
Pavić, Drago; Pomorsko imovinsko pravo; Književni krug (2006), str. 621
Pomorski zakonik, Narodne novine br. 181/2004, 76/07, 146/08, 61/11, 56/13;
Description
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Exam dates
25. 05. 2020.
15. 06. 2020.
14. 09. 2020.
Detailed data
Cognitive Skills:

Knowledge and understanding

After successfully completing the course, students will be able to:

- define basic branches and institutes of maritime and general transport law;

- explain the position of maritime and general transport law in the system of legal and economic sciences;

- critically evaluate and recognise new market trends in international transport of goods, and characteristics of multimodal transport;

- identify trends of development of maritime and general transport law;

- indicate basic categories and principles of maritime and general transport law according to individual branches

- explain the ration for imposing maritime and general transport law norms as a manner of regulating the relation between contractual parties and towards third persons;

- explain the protection of rights of passengers within domestic and international transport by sea, road, rail or air;

- explain the role of marine insurance in uninterrupted conduct of international trade;

- explain the role of the institute of insurance in uninterrupted conduct of transport of goods and passengers, and other similar activities in the area of maritime and general transport law;

- explain the significance of maritime law for the protection of maritime environment;

- indicate characteristics of contractual and non-contractual liability that can occur during usage of means of transport;

- discuss legal regulation of the maritime demesne.

 

Application

After successfully completing the course, students will be able to:

- group and describe basic branches of maritime and general transport law;

- interpret maritime and general transport law norms, and apply them correctly and timely in practice;

- understand differences between individual branches of maritime and general transport law;

- apply the knowledge about transport law to understand international trade;

- demonstrate the ability to resolve maritime and general transport problems in examples of cases from practice;

- select appropriate legal solution and adequately apply it in solving a concrete legal problem;

- demonstrate knowledge and skills acquired during the study in practice;

- use available domestic and foreign professional literature.

 

Analysis

After successfully completing the course, students will be able to:

- categorise basic categories of maritime and general transport law and basic legal units iwthin individual categories;

- demonstrate understanding of legal issues in transport contracts;

- demonstrate understanding of legal issues in shipping contracts;

- demonstrate understanding of legal issues in contract on marine insurance;

- demonstrate understanding of legal issues related to concession on maritime demesne;

- distinguish between basic characteristics of permanent and variable institutes;

- analyse the measning of individual legal norm and its scope;

- compare national maritime and general transport legal solutions with foreign and supranational solutions;

- analyse the influence of international law in the domain of maritime and general transport law on national legislation;

- examine the quality of maritime environment ensured through different institutes of maritime law;

- distinguish between contractual and non-contractual liability;

- distinguish between voluntary and compulsory liability insurance;

- compare the position of the third party with and without right to file complaint.

 

Synthesis

After successfully completing the course, students will be able to:

- construct connection between legal norms that regulate maritime and general transport law with economic context in which international trade is conducted;

- distribute methodology of rights and obligations of parties in transport and insurance agreements according to individual categories of maritime and general transport law;

- conclude about the application of norms in individual branches of maritime and general transport law depending on the facts of thecase;

- formulate conceptualisation of the level of harmonisation of national legal orders in the domain of maritime and general transport law;

- formulate basic challenges that maritime and general transport law are faced with;

- form a logical structure of maritime and general transport law as a whole.

 

Evaluation

After successfully completing the course, students will be able to:

- examine the level of protection of rights of users of transport services in the national legislation in comparison with international law;

- compare legal norms related to relations that occur in individual branches of maritime and general transport law;

- evaluate the level of legal regulation of rights and obligations of parties with regard to the right of parties to independently regulate their relation;

- assess the level of legal harmonisation of the national legislation with the recent legal achievements in international law;

- judge the quality of legislative changes and action in practice;

- evaluate relevant circumstances of each individual case and select the best solution in a concrete legal case that occurs in practice;

- compare similarities and differences between individual institutes of maritime and general transport law and conclude about justification and purpose of their differentiation.

Practical and Generic Skills:

After successfully completing the course, students will be able to:

- publicly present learning outcomes;

- express themselves in a clear, well structured text explaining their standpoints;

- demonstrated acquired communication skills;

- demonstrate acquired legal logic;

- demonstrate the ability of indepeendent professional work;

- demonostrate the ability of critical consideration of key maritime and general transport issues;

- demonstrate the ability to make argumented decisions and adequate and timely action in practice.

Matching Assessments to Learning Outcomes:

Final grade is an arithmetic mean of grades from submitted assignments (6 overall), and special activity of the student in class can be especially graded, which can result in a higher seminar grade.