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Cабақтың әдiстемелiк әзiрлемесi Методическая разработка урока Тақырыбы: На тему: «At the seminar of Civil Law»
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Атбасар қ г. Атбасар The theme: “At the seminar of Civil Law” Purpose of lesson: • Speaking about law • Studying of the Civil law’s characteristics • Discussion of the role of Law The objectives of the lesson: Training: • Development of students´ speech • Formation of their own point of view • Knowledge of the legal terms´ definitions Educational: • Respect laws of our country • Analyzing and drawing conclusions • Extending students´ knowledge Developmental: • Generalization of previous materials • The ability of thinking • Development of the interest in Civil Law
Literature: • Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan • « Гражданское право. Общая право.» Профессор А.Г. Диденко • “Intermediate course of English for law student” • Civil Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan • Учебник. Гражданское право РК. Жайлин Г.А. • Карагусов Ф.С. Ценные бумаги и деньги как объекты гражданских прав PDF • Климкин С.И. (сост.) Гражданское право Республики Казахстан: Программа государственного экзамена • Гражданское право. Сулеменов
At the seminar of Civil Law Teacher: Good morning, my dear students! Students: Good morning, teacher! Teacher: I am glad to see you! Are you ready for the seminar? Students: Yes, we are! Teacher: Let’s start! Today we are going to speak about law and the definite branch of law – Civil Law! Ok! Who can answer my question: “What is Law?”Ы Student 1: I can answer your question: “Law is a system of rules and norms, usually enforced through a set of institutions. Teacher: That’s right! But it is one of the meaning! Please, give me the legal definition of law! Student 2: Law is a legal act, which has the highest legal force, passed in a special order, establishing the most important public relations: its types, characteristics and attributes. Teacher: Very good! Рlease, look at the blackboard. There are two types of law: Civil law and Criminal Law. Now tell me: «what is civil law?”
Civil Law Criminal Law
Student 3:” Civil law is the body of laws established by a state or nation for its own regulation.” Teacher: Yes. You are right! The role of civil law is very important in our life! Who can tell me: “Why?” Student 4: « Because every day we are faced with situations that relate to the civil procedure!» Teacher: Okay! Give me examples of such situations! Student 5: For example, we go to the college by bus every day. We pay for our fare. It is the relationship to the transportation contract! Teacher: “What else? Student 6: We go to the canteen during our break and buy food! This is the relationship of purchase – sale! Teacher: That’s right! We mentioned daily encountered civil contracts! But, there are complex relations between people in our life! For instance: buying a house or getting inheritance! It needs special knowledge and an ordinary man asks for help to the people who has necessary education. Now, answer my question… How do you think when civil law is widespread? Student 7: With the development of commodity-money relations! It appeared in ancient Rome at the first time and used for resolving property disputes. Besides, the main provisions of modern civil law were formulated in it. Teacher: Tell me the subjects of substantive law! Student 8: Tangible and intangible things! The 115-th article of the Civil Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan describes them. I prepared some information about it. Please, look at the blackboard again.
Art. 115 Civil Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan N 269-XIII of 27.12.1994,
The objects of civil rights may be proper and personal benefits and rights.
1. Proper benefits and rights (property) include: goods, money, including foreign currency, securities, works, services, the objectified results of creative intellectual activity, trade names, trademarks, and other means of individual products, property rights and other property...
2. The money and rights (claims) of a monetary obligation (rights of claim for payment of money) is used, according to the legal regime of things or property rights (claims), unless otherwise is provided by this Code and other legislative acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan or follows from the nature of the obligation.
3. For personal non - property rights and benefits include: life, health, personal dignity, honor, reputation, goodwill, inviolability of private life, personal and family secrets, the right to a name, the right of authorship, the right to integrity of the work and other intangible benefits and law.
Footnote. Article 115, as amended by the Law dated 12.01.2007 N 225 (comes into force from the date of its official publication); from 10.12.2008 N 101-IV (entered into force on 01.01.2009).
The teacher: Thank you for your small report! We should discuss another 2 aspects of civil law. They are: the subject of civil law and its principles. Student 9: May I answer your question… First, the subject of civil law is the proper relations. They differ from other relations because they have economic value. However, they must be connected with the means of productions. For example, land or products of human labour. Besides, proper relations, the non-proper relation is also the subject of civil-legal regulation. The First Article of our Civil Code provides: 1. Commodity –money relations and other ones between participants who have equal rights and personal non-proper relations is regulated by civil law. 2. Personal non-proper relations which is not connected with property is regulated by Civil law as there is no other legal acts and is not followed from the essence of personal non-proper relations. Teacher: Good! What about the method of Civil law? Student 10: Every branch of law has its own methods of regulations; it connected with the structure of relationship. State takes into account the nature of relation and the character of the subject of its regulations in working one or other methods. We find out the subject of civil law. It is the cost relations. Nevertheless, they cannot base on equity. That’s why the regulation of such relation is taken by Civil law on principle of legal equity of their subjects as its special method. Teacher: My next question is the principles of civil law! Who can call them? Student 11: There are 5 principles a) the equality of subjects of civil-law relations; b) the inviolability of property; c) the freedom of civil contract; d) protection of businesses and consumers as the main subjects of civil-law relations; e) non-interference of the state and all third parties in private affairs and personal life; f) the protection of civil rights. All civil regulations, primarily –the Civil Code of Kazakhstan is corresponded to this principles. They are mentioned in Art. 2 of the Civil Code, which is called "The basic principles of civil law." All these principles are connected, complete each other and form a single organic system.
Teacher: Well, and the last… We have already spoken about law, civil law, about the history of civil law, its subject, method and principles. We should lead to the role of civil law in our society. How do you understand its role? Student 12: I think its role is very important because it touches all of us. It defends us and help to find a way out of difficult situation. Student 13: Civil law can solve our proper and non-proper problems. Student 14: achieve the aims within the law. Teacher: I see you realize the main aspects of our lesson. I give you good marks. Thank you for your answers. We’ll speak about Criminal Law the next seminar. Please, be ready! Now, our lesson is over! Good bye! Students: Bye!