FAMILY LAW WITH BASIC CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW -SEMINAR:
Family Law with Basic Civil Procedural Law -Seminar
Chair of Family Law
Family Law with Basic Civil Procedural Law -Seminar
Study: Social Work - 3. semester
Code: 31836
ECTS: 4.0
Course coordinators: prof. dr. sc. Irena Majstorović
izv. prof. dr. sc. Anica Čulo Margaletić
doc. dr. sc. Ivan Šimović
Exam dates:
  • 20. 01. 2020.
  • 10. 02. 2020.
  • 14. 09. 2020.
Exam registration: Studomat
Basic data
Family Law with Basic Civil Procedural Law -Seminar Social Work - 3. semester
4.0 31836
Lecturer in charge Consultations Location
prof. dr. sc. Irena Majstorović

Thursdays 10-11,30

Trg Republike Hrvatske 3, room 28/II
izv. prof. dr. sc. Anica Čulo Margaletić

Thursday, 10-11.30 am

Trg Republike Hrvatske 3, room 38
doc. dr. sc. Ivan Šimović

Thursday, 14.30 - 16.00 pm

Trg Republike Hrvatske 3, room 301/III
Literature
Alinčić, M.; Hrabar, D.; Jakovac-Lozić, D.; Korać Graovac, A.; Obiteljsko pravo; Narodne novine (2007), str. 1-544
Triva. S., Dika, M.:; Građansko parnično procesno pravo; Narodne novine (2004), str. Stranice str. 1-8., 18-23., 51-57., 92-95., 113-206., 246-248., 255-258., 297-318., 343-344., 393-395., 413-415., 440-448., 451-456., 537-538., 579-586., 625-635., 658-676, 715-754., 757-782
OD 1.11.2015.: Obiteljski zakon; Narodne novine, br. 103/15.
Zakon o privremenom uzdržavanju; Narodne novine, br. 92/2014.
Zakon o pravobranitelju za djecu; Narodne novine br. 73/2017.
Zakon o zaštiti od nasilja u obitelji; Narodne novine br. 70/2017.
Zakon o životnom partnerstvu osoba istog spola; Narodne novine br. 92/2014.
Zakon o suzbijanju diskriminacije; Narodne novine, br. 85/2008, 112/2012.
Zakon o medicinski pomognutoj oplodnji; Narodne novine br. 86/2012.
DO 1.11.2015.: Obiteljski zakon; Narodne novine, br. 116/03., 17/04., 136/04., 107/07., 57/11., 61/11., 25/13. i 5/15.
Alinčić, M.; Bakarić Abramović, A.; Belajec, V.; Dika, M.; Hrabar, D.; Hrvatin, B.; Jakovac-Lozić, D.; Korać Graovac, A.; Obiteljski zakon - tekst zakona s napomenama, uputama i sudskom praksom; Narodne novine (2013)
Description
Concept and features of family law. Family law relations. Marital law. Legal regulation of extramarital union and same sex union. Relations between parents and children. Determining and denial of paternity. Legal regulation of medically assisted fertilization. Rights of children. Parental care. Adoption, guardianship, support. Property-rights relations between family members. Family law regulation of violence protection in the family.
Exam dates
20. 01. 2020.
10. 02. 2020.
14. 09. 2020.
Detailed data
Cognitive Skills:

Knowledge

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

- recognise the significance of the most important institutes of family law and civil procedural law in the legal system

- define the most important institutes of family law

- indicate basic principles of family law and civil procedural law regulation

- name types of procedures in family law and recognise their basic characteristics

 

Understanding

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

- describe the meaning and scope of individual family law institutes

- group the most important elements and realisations related to individual institutes

- recognise and explain the differences between legal and business capacity and party and procedural capacity

- recognise and explain the roles of the center for social welfare infamily procedures

- recognise and explain basic principles of litigation

- explain the ratio for making family law rules as a manner of regulationg the relations among family members

- identify trends of development of family law and civil procedural law

- summarise basic characterstics of the most important family law institutes

 

Application

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

- interpret family law norms

- use available domestic and foreign literature

- apply acquired knowledge about substantive and procedural law regulation of family matters in practice

- demonstrate knowledge and skills gained during the study in practice

- carry out the legislator's intention in practice

 

Analysis

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

- distinguish between permanent features of institutes and variable ones

- analyse the meaning of an individual legal nortm and its scope

- compare national family law solutions throughout history with the current situation

- compare national family law solutions with foreign and supranational solutions

- indicate key questions which require further improvement of family law

- connect learned elements into a holistic unit

- categorise types of family procedures and the role of the center for social welfare in family law

- examine the justifiability of the high level of burden of centers for social welfare in famiyl procedures and check the possibilities for unburdening them

 

Synthesis

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

- plan actions in practice with the aim of realising the highest level of efficiency possible, bearing in mind urgency of action as a postulate of resolving status maters

- propose changes of family law de lege ferenda and prepare arguments for supporting the proposals and their explanations

- formulate basic challenges that family law is faced with

- think of new models of functioning of the state bodies in family law matters

- manage procedures for which centers for social welfare are competent

 

Evaluation

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

- judge the quality of legislative changes and actions in practice

- assess advantages and disadvantages of the existing family law regulation

- reexamine personal standpoints and standpoints of others from the aspect of tolerance

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

- assess the quality of the existing legal solutions in practice and everyday life

- compare similarities and differences of individual family law institutes and conclude about justifiability and purpose of their differentiation

Practical and Generic Skills:

After successfully mastering the course, students gain:

- competence of independent professional work:

- competence to critically assess the most important family law issues

- competence to adapt to a new situation and changes in legislation

- competence to draw argumented conclusions and timely and adequately work in practice

Matching Assessments to Learning Outcomes:

Forms of testing knowledge

1. Mid-term examination

Within the seminar regular mid-term examinations are held - three per semesetr. Mid-term examination is a test with open questions of an essay type which test understanding and connecting facts learned during the lectures and seminar.

2. Seminar paper

Seminar paper of a recommended scope of 15 pages in the written form is a result of reproduction and organisation of facts from domestic and foreign literature. Students are expected to understand and connect the facts and give their critical evaluation of a selected topic.