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Master degree (2nd cycle) in Legal Practice

It is the objective of the master to train in the following specific skills:

Recognize the contractual typology that best suits a given case, know some of the relevant contractual types;

Formalize acts and contracts and resolve family law issues that are now subject to procedural regulation in the registration law; to know the facts subject to civil registration and respective requirements, to instruct the processes;

Hold the various acts subject to registration (many of them mandatory registration), as well as the actual registration of deposits; to know which actions and decisions can be registered, which types of registration are legally permitted, how registrations are promoted, which documents must instruct the various registration processes and how to appeal against unfavorable decisions;

Address issues related to the taxation of assets: IMI, IMT and IS;

Legal support for commercial companies;

Exercise functions in the context of insolvency proceedings;

Produce and critically analyze procedural documents, the procedural processing of precautionary procedures and the reversal of litigation; to know in depth the proceedings of the executive action, the hypotheses of the initial reorganization and the extinction of the executive action.


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Number: R/A-Cr 75/2011/AL01
No. dispatch/concierge: 5394/2022
1º Year
Curricular unit Period ECTS
Contracts I 1st Semester 8.0
Corporate law 1st Semester 5.0
Real Estate and SuccessionTaxation 1st Semester 4.0
Civil Declarative Procedural Practice 1st Semester 5.0
Civil Registry and Notary Practice 1st Semester 8.0
Contracts II 2st Semester 8.0
Business Recovery and Insolvency 2st Semester 5.0
Introduction to the Advanced Project 2st Semester 3.0
Civil Executive Procedural Practice 2st Semester 6.0
Real Estate and Commercial Registry 2st Semester 8.0
2º Year
Curricular unit Period ECTS
Advanced Project 1st Semester 30.0
The graduate with a Master's Degree in Legal Practice, as long as they hold a Licentiate in Legal Practice or Law, are able to perform the functions of: Solicitor* Court Administrator** Enforcement Agent* Adviser of Conservatories and Notaries** Legal Adviser Secretary of Societies Superior Technician of Companies Senior Technician of State, Regional and Local Public Administration**.   * Under the terms defined by the Order of Solicitors and Enforcement Agents   * * Under the terms defined in the legislation on access to activity

Holders of a bachelor's degree or legal equivalent.