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The Italian Legal Tradition

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ISBN13: 9781855217591
ISBN: 1855217597
Published: April 1997
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



This volume is designed to provide an introduction to Italian law and the legal system of Italy. It is not intended to be a detailed exposition of the rules of Italian law, or a comprehensive history of that system. The text is rather meant to give its readers sufficient information regarding the influences which have shaped and which continue to shape Italian legal development, together with a broad overview of the main areas and features of modern Italian law, to allow them to progress with confidence to literature which takes that context for granted.

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Subjects:
European Jurisdictions, Italy
Contents:
The Italian legal tradition
the hallmarks of civil law systems
the sources of modern Italian law
the modern Italian state
the legislature and the legislative process
the Italian constitution
civil justice
the Italian legal profession
criminal justice
administrative justice
the family and the law
the law of property
the concept of a law of obligations
contractual obligations
delicts or wrongful acts
quasi-contracts.