Italian Studies in Law : A Review of Legal Problems. Volume I - 1991
Italian Studies in Law is a new yearbook containing a selection of studies on Italian Law edited by the Italian Association of Comparative Law. Each volume will include essays on private law, public law, procedural law and other judicial disciplines that are of interest to jurists in other countries, which will allow them to form an opinion on developments in the study of law conducted in Italian legal faculties.
- Hardback | 170 pages
- 165.1 x 233.68 x 17.78mm | 476.27g
- 01 Jun 1992
- Dordrecht, Netherlands
- 1992 ed.
Table of contents
Articles: Why the Yearbook Italian Studies in Law? Rules, Validity and Statutory Construction. Vittorio Emanuele Orlando: Scholar and Statesman. `Iura naturalia sunt immutabilia'. Limits to the Power of the `Princeps' (as Sovereign) in Legal Literature and Case Law between XVI and XVIII Centuries. The System of European Private Law. Premises for a European Code. Compensation for Expropriation. Reviews: The Law of Property in Italy. Index.