Institute: Gazdaság- és Társadalomtudományi Intézet (1084 Budapest, Tavaszmező u. 15-17.) Credit: 2
Type of classes: Nappali Language: angol Semester: 2017/18/2
 
Level: Villamosmérnök szak;
 
Responsible Teacher: Dr. Kohlhoffer-Mizser Csilla Teacher(s): Dr. Kohlhoffer-Mizser Csilla; Dr. Kohlhoffer-Mizser Csilla;
Consultations (total/week): Heti Lectures: 2 Practice lectures: 0 Labs: 0 Consultations: 0
 
Type of Exam: félévközi jegy
 
Aim of the subject: Get acquainted with definition of law and state, get usable knowledge about the hungarian law-system, that qualifies the students for having
basic
law knowledge as transactor
citizens in everyday legal privities, in contractual relations and in economy and they can see through the system of constiution, the
transaction of
law the Hungarian Republic’s, get
acquainted with the Fundamental Law of Hungary and the specifically important norms, they rule the basic legal relations.
Requirements during the semester
(homeworks, essays,
excercises, teamworks,
presentations,
part and final
oral/written exam etc.):
Participation in the lectures according to syllabus. Mid-year mark, two written examinations in the term-time.
 
Week of
semester
Topics of lectures/practices
1. System of politics and jurisprudence, articulation of rule of law.
2. Enforcement of law. Legal relation, legal facts, law.
3. Emergence of law. Thesis of law, legal rule, publication.
4. Types of legal norms. Availabilty of legal norm, mandatory power. Legal norm (complete behavior rule).
5. Speciality of source of law. Formation of law. Constitution of law-source of law. Definition of law.
6. Structure of state, state-organization, specialities of state.
7. Relationship between state and social-econmical environment. System of the state organisations.
8. Function of state.Development of modern state. The fundamental law of Hungary. Constitution of law.
9. Cicil law, law of economic companies, basics of business law.
10. Basics of hungarian criminal law.
11. Basics of labour law.
12. Administration procedure.
13. Local municipalty system of Hungary.
14. Family law, protection of children, mediation.
 
Type of evaluation,
repetition, calculation
of grade, etc.
Written exam, 60 minutes
 
Compulsory literature: Phil Harris: An introduction to law (Law in context), Seventh Edition, Cambridge University Press, 2007
Since the publication of its first edition, this textbook has become the definitive student introduction to the subject. As with earlier
editions,
the seventh edition gives a clear
understanding of fundamental legal concepts and their importance within society. In addition, this book addresses the ways in which rules and
the
structures of law respond to and
impact upon changes in economic and political life. The title has been extensively updated and explores recent high profile developments such
as the
Civil Partnership Act 2005
and the Racial and Religious Hatred Bill. This introductory text covers a wide range of topics in a clear, sensible fashion giving full
context to
each. For this reason An Introduction
to Law is ideal for all students of law, be they undergraduate law students, those studying law as part of a mixed degree, or students on
social
sciences courses which offer law
options.
Suggested literature: Konrad Zweigert-Hein Kötz: An introduction to comparative law, North-Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam-New York-Oxford, 1977.
Is referenced to know the law learned in the lecture. The updated hungarian law material is the basic of refernced law, specifically:
- Fundamental Law
- Act CXXX. of 2010. on Constitution of law
- Act C. of 2012. on Criminal Law
- Act CXXXIX. of 2011. on Local Municipalty of Hungary
- Act CXL. of 2004 on Administration Magisterial Procedure and Service
- Act I. of 2012. on Labour Code
- Act V. of 2013. on Civil Law (comes into force on 1st April, 2014)
- Act LV. of 2002. on Intermediatory Activity