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Law:Objective rights vs subjective rights

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Aminata Fall

on 27 March 2017

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Transcript of Law:Objective rights vs subjective rights

Management and Law
LAW
The purpose of law is to regulate human behavior in order to ensure order and justice and to determine what is allowed and what is not.
The rights its subjects hold
Objective Law
Social
rules of behavior
imposed by
public authority
under the threat of
penalty
Rule of law
Characteristics
General
Mandatory
Permanent
Equality/Impersonality
Uniform/Constant
Strict compliance with the requirements
Coercive
Penalty
Civil
Criminal
Compensation
Punishments
Damages
Nullities or
Cancellation
Seizures
Imprisonments
Death
Forced Labor
Public order rules
Supplemental rules
Interests vital to society
Branches
Public Finance Law
Resources and expenditures of the state
Administrative Law
Ensure public interests
Constitutional Law
State and government
Public Law
Public bodies <==> Individuals
Private Law
Status of persons
Civil Law
Individuals
Commercial Law
Commercial transactions
Labor Law
Employment relationship
Judicial Law
Ways for individuals to defend their rights
Criminal Law
Public
Private
Offender vs Society
Offender vs victim
Sources
Direct sources
The law broadly
Birth of law
Personality
Repeal of law
the power available to an individual and that is guaranteed by the legal order
Classification
Extra Patrimonial rights
Property rights
Movable Property
rights that have monetary value
the ownership right
the debt claim
related to the person of their holders
the physical integrity of the person against harm, assault
are in the legal trade; they are transmissible, attachable and prescriptive
are off trade;
they are non transmissible, non attachable and imprescriptive.
Jus in re
The main Property rights
The ownership rights
The Property rights by accessory
Mortgage
Property right
The dismemberment of property rights
Usus
Fructus
Abusus
Usufruct
Servitude
Long lease
Pledge

Immovable by nature
Immovable by distinction
are against a person
Movable in nature
Movable in advance
Movable by the will of law
Immovable by purpose
Sources
Legal acts
Legal facts
There is a legal act when a person by his yes, its expressed will enter a legal relationship
Conventional Acts
Unilateral legal acts
it is an event, a circumstance to which the law attaches legal consequences
Enforcement in time
Immediate effect
Application of the law
Enforcement in space
Territoriality
expressly retroactive
Non retro-activity
Interpretative
Milder penal
EXCEPTIONS
Principle 1
Principle 2
EXCEPTIONS
Survival of the old in contract law
Bill
Motion
Express
Tacit
Obsolete
The treaties
The community Law
Patrimonial rights
Personal rights
Immovable Property
Subjective Law
By Aminata Fall
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