1. The student understands as ownership of religious property raises specific legal debates.
2. The student will know the dual conception of religious cultural assets: as goods for worship and as assets to contribute to the fulfillment of the right to culture of citizens.
3. The student will be able to understand the different legislative and judicial powers to different authorities on religious property.
4. The student will know the rules of origin practice, agreed between the civil and ecclesiastical authorities, in order to try to harmonize the different interests to protect
5. The student will know the state of the art in research and methodological procedures in the field and discover needs, challenges and issues for future research