|LESSON 1. SUCCESSION AND SUCCESSION LAW
||1.- Succession mortis causa and the law of succession. The principles of inheritance law.
2.- Heir and legatee. Determination of the type of appeal.
|LESSON 2. INHERITANCE. THE PHASES OF HEREDITARY SUCCESSION
2.- The phases of hereditary succession.
3.- In particular, the way of acquiring an inheritance.
4.- Recumbent inheritance.
5.- Taking possession of inherited assets.
|LESSON 3. CAPACITY TO INHERIT
||1.- Absolute incapacities.
4.- Relative incapacity.
5.- Effects of unworthiness and relative incapacity.
|LESSON 4. RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR FORGO
||1.- Concept, classes and informing principles of right to accept or forgo.
2.- The right of transmission.
3.- The right of representation.
4.- The right of accession.
|LESSON 5. THE WILL
||1.- Concept, nature and features of the will.
2.- Capacity to make a will.
3.- Vices of the will in testamentary matters.
4.- Interpretation of the will.
|LESSON 6. TYPES OF WILLS
||1.- Common and special wills.
2.- The ordinary open will.
3.- The special open will: the danger of death will.
4.- The closed will.
5.- The holographic will.
|LESSON 7. CONTENT OF THE WILL
||1.The appointment of an heir: A] The action to claim an inheritance. B] Liability of the heir for the debts and burdens of the inheritance. C] Disposal of the inheritance. Effects. Withdrawal of co-heirs. D] Proof and registration ot the right of the heir.
2. Legacies: A] Concept. B] Subjects. C] Subject-matter. D] Acquisition of the right to the legacy. E] Preference between legatees. F] Inefficiency of the legacy.
3. Substitutions: A] Concept and types of substitution. B] Vulgar substitution. C] Pupillary substitution. D] Exemplary substitution. E] Trustee substitution.
|LESSON 9. INTESTATE INHERITANCE
||1.- Causes and order of precedence in the Civil Code.
2.- Articles 267 to 269 of the Civil Law of Galicia.
|LESSON 10. FORCED INHERITANCE: LEGITIM
||1.- Legitim under the Civil Code: A] Holders entitled to legitim and free portion. B] Calculation of the legitim. C] Defence of the legitim: actions, disownership and disinheritance.
2.- Legitim in the Civil Law of Galicia: Forced heirs and amount [arts. 238, 243, 253 and 254 LDCG – Civil Law of Galicia].
|LESSON 11. ACCEPTANCE AND REJECTION OF INHERITANCE
||1.- Acceptance, rejection and benefit of inventory: A] Ius delationis (the heir’s right to accept or reject): Contents and requirements. B] Acceptance and systems of responsibility. The benefit of inventory. C] “Pure and simple acceptance”, “acceptance under benefit of inventory” and universal inheritance.
2.- Acceptance and rejection: General theory: A] Common features. B] Capacity and legitimacy. C] Time frame for accepting and rejecting. Judicial interpellation and the right to deliberate.
3.- Acceptance of inheritance: A] Delimitation. B] Forms of acceptance.
4.- Acceptance and responsibility of the heir.
5.- Rejection of inheritance: A] Concept and form. B] Effects. In particular, article 1,001 of the Civil Code.
|LESSON 12. ACCEPTANCE WITH BENEFIT OF INVENTORY
||1.- Delimitation. General effects of the benefit of inventory.
2.- Legal system: A] The power to make use of the benefit of inventory. B] Application and form. C] The term. D] The inventory. E] Administration of the inheritance. F] Payment of inheritance taxes. G] Accountability. H] The post-payment system. I] Loss of the benefit of inventory.
|LESSON 13. HEREDITARY COMMUNITY
||1.- General concepts.
2.- Legal system of the hereditary community.
|LESSON 14. HEREDITARY PARTITION: GENERAL CONCEPTS, PARTITION OPERATIONS, AND TYPES OF PARTITION
||1.- Hereditary partition: general concepts.
2.- Partition operations.
3.- Types of partition: A] Partition by the testator. B] Partition by estate partitioner or trustee. C] Partition by court-appointed estate partitioner. D] Conventional partition. E] Judicial partition.
4.- Effects, invalidity and ineffectiveness of the partition.
|LESSON 15. COLLATION
||1.- Concept and basis.
2.- Subjective requirements.
3.- Objective requirements.
4.- Method of executing collation.