1. The concept of civil law as an area of law, science and educational discipline.
2. The subject and method of civil law.
3. Delineation of civil law from related branches of law.
4. General characteristics of the principles of civil law.
5. The concept and classification of sources of civil law.
6. The main features of the Romano-Germanic and Anglo-American civil-law systems.
7. Civil legal relations: concept, elements and types.
8. Concept and classification of objects of civil legal relations.
9. Intangible goods and their protection.
10. Grounds for the appearance, modification and termination of civil legal relations (legal facts).
11. Elements of civil status of an individual.
12. Entrepreneurial activity of a citizen and insolvency (bankruptcy) of an individual entrepreneur.
13. Ability of minors, its types. The concept of emancipation.
14. Conditions and procedure for limiting the citizen´s legal capacity.
15. Conditions and procedure for recognizing a citizen as legally incompetent.
16. The recognition of a citizen as missing and the announcement of his decease.
17. The concept and characteristics of a legal entity.
18. Creation, legal capacity and licensing of the activities of a legal entity.
19. The concept and forms of reorganization of a legal entity.
20. Grounds for liquidation of legal entities in judicial and extrajudicial procedure.
21. Responsibility of participants of a legal entity.
22. Corporations: concept and types.
23. Unitary legal entities: concept and types.
24. The concept and legal status of public and non-public business entities.
25. Concept and legal status of a subsidiary economic company.
26. The concept and legal status of the partnership of property owners.
27. Corporate contracts: general provisions.
28. Public legal education as subjects of civil legal relations.
29. Right of ownership as proprietary right: concept and content.
30. The concept and types of limited proprietary rights.
31. Civil-law methods of protecting property rights and other proprietary rights.
32. Civil-law transactions: the concept and types.
33. Conditions of validity of transactions.
34. The form of transactions, the consequences of its non-compliance.
35. Types of invalid transactions. The procedure and consequences of recognizing transactions as invalid.