Contract Law


Elena Bundaleska PhD
Associate Professor

The Course provides a study of the rules and legal principles that shape social and economical relations, with particular focus on the principles behind the branch of contract law.
Most commercial transactions involve contracts of some form, as they concern parties coming together to make a profit or protect an economic interest. This Course includes topics such as sources of obligations, types of obligations, performance and termination of obligations, focusing primarily on contracts, as one of the sources of obligations. The elements of enforceable contracts, several basic types of contracts and various issues arising from contracts are studied. Lastly, basic facts and rules related to securities (such as definition, types, nominal value, issuing of securities, etc) are covered.

Syllabus Contract Law