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Alpa - M. Graziadei - A. Guarnieri - U. Mattei - P. Monateri - R. Sacco, La parte generale del diritto civile. Il diritto soggettivo, in Trattato di diritto civile, diretto da R. Sacco, Torino, , s. In this sense the remedy is not reflected in the right pre-defined by the law maker, but it regulates the case by itself D. Messinetti, Sapere complesso e tecniche giuridiche rimediali, in Europa dir. Convegno di studi in onore del prof. Angelo Falzea, a cura di V.
Scalisi, Milano, , s. The remedial approach was discussed in a recent Conference in Florence organized by Prof. Vettori: Remedies of Contract. In the Common Law the wrong which gives refuge is the tort. In this sense see S. Mazzamuto, La nozione di rimedio nel diritto continentale, in Europa dir. The writ Latin: breve was a letter from a superior, ecclesiastical or secular, containing a message to the addressee, normally a request or an instruction7.
In the nineteenth century the abolition of the forms of action led to the birth of a remedial system of protection equitable remedies, substitutional and specific remedies, money remedies 8.
The remedy-based approach is not intended to substitute the rights-based approach. On the contrary, it is meant to work alongside it, sharing the same scope. Both these approaches represent the methods to allow the interest to be seen as a right9. The main difference between Common Law remedy-based approach and the Civil Law rights-based approach is in the way in which protection is given against torts.
In Common Law, the interest comes to light when the judge vests a remedy to protect it. Thus, the judge defines the specific interest in relationship with the peculiar remedy In Civil Law systems, the law-maker establishes through the law the relevance of the interest, regarding it as worthy of protection In the remedy perspective, on the contrary, what really matters is the existence and availability of a remedy against a tort. The right is subsequent In common law, therefore, instead of the conception expressed by the Latin brocard ubi ius ibi remedium, the opposite idea is applied, ubi remedium ibi ius, or rather remedies precede rights Common law point of view, in other words, implies that rights originate from vesting remedies against torts The remedy approach can be qualified as more pragmatic than the rights 6 The formula is like a written instruction containing a brief indication of a matter under dispute to the judge who examines it.
In this way the formula progressively involves the Roman Law. See E. Volterra, Istituzioni di diritto privato romano, Roma, , Zwigert - H. Weir, Oxford, , In the Comparative Law see C. Cannata - A. Gambaro, Lineamenti di storia della giurisprudenza europea.
Gambaro - R. Sacco, Sistemi giuridici comparati2, in Trattato di diritto comparato, diretto da R. Sacco, Torino, , 85 s.
Dobbs, Law of Remedies. Damages-Equity-Restitution2, St. Paul Minn. This necessity is highlighted also by Mattei, I rimedi cit. Contra F.
Piraino, La vendita di beni di consumo tra obbligazione e garanzia, in Europa dir. Barbero, Il diritto soggettivo, in Foro it.
Cohen and E. Consequently the absence of a remedy points to the non-existence of a legal right. It deals immediately with the violation, therefore it is strictly connected with the kind of tort and escapes from the ineffectiveness of proclamations of rights In other words the remedy is a method that loves realism and hates formalism; it tends to give the person the best protection against tort The possibility to enforce the remedy-based approach in the Italian civil law system is complicated and controversial.
This approach, in fact, can be applied only in Common Law systems, where judges have the legal mandate and competence to make the law In Civil Law systems, like in the Italian one for example, the Courts do not have the competence to establish a judicial precedent with absolute authority and the rights and its forms of action are established from the law maker18, who has a democratic mandate, through the balance of interests carried out a priori In this way, if the remedy-based approach was adopted, a lack of democratic justification would affect the task of the Courts.
There would be a gap between what the Constitution mandates about the role of judges and their actual role in the judiciary.
Though the remedy-based approach could assure in many ways a good protection of the interests involved, it cannot be fully implemented in the Italian system. However it gives some pointers to improve the quality of the interest protection in civil law systems.
This type of approach is suggested by those studies which highlight the tendecy of judges in using the remedy-based approach overall in the area of interlocutory procedure of rights protection art. The priority of remedy in respect to right, therefore, moves us in escaping from an untrammelled adhesion to the remedy-based approach which was born and has developed in a system that is very deeply different from our one, in particular in relation to the sources of law.
Thus the scope of the filtering action has to aid in avoiding an anarchist migration of the remedial approach from the Common Law system to the Italian one without any control in the light of the fundamental principles of the Continental tradition. This idea is the result of the knowledge that the necessity to give more 15 See di Majo, cit.
See for example E. Text, Cases and Materials2, Oxford, ; H.
Beale - W. Bishop - M. Furmston, Contract.
The concise treatment of the subject which follows separately deals with Italian legislation, case law and legal authority leaving aside, that is, the specific nature of the individual branches of the law. Some special mention will only be made in relation to the main divisions of Italian law, namely, Civil Law, Criminal Law and Public Law. Printed Sources of a General Nature 1.
Legislation Legislative data are collected into tools which can be divided into two categories: I those which contain the text of the legislative measures and II those which contain the legislative references. I Both official and private publications belong to the former category. The brief presentation following here is based on this distinction.
It publishes not only all the legislative acts, but also Community and Regional sources, as well as the decisions and orders of the Constitutional Court and government circulars. For a systematic search, monthly and annual indexes are also available which enable the user to identify the act on the basis of the date of its adoption, the number of the measure and the subject matter that has been regulated.
Private publications are made up of special periodical journals which publish legislative material in various forms. Within this category, we shall only mention the following as the main works of this kind: a Lex, edited by the UTET publishing house of Turin, contains State legislative acts, parliamentary reports, ministerial instructions, Regional laws and the legislative acts of the European Communities. The journal also includes the laws and regulations enacted by the legislative bodies of the Regions, as well as the provisions of the European Union and the rulings of the Constitutional Court.
It is a loose-leaf work, divided into headings and sub-headings, continually updated and also available on CD-ROM. II Tools for consultation which do not contain legislative texts but only contain references to them belong to the latter category mentioned earlier.
Usually, these are accompanied by chronological, numeric and subject indexes. Knowledge of this intention, in fact, whilst not decisive in the interpretative construction of a provision, may be of great help in understanding its original meaning. Among the Atti parlamentari published, in paper-based form, by the Italian Chamber of Deputies and Senate, the main one is Proposte e disegni di legge and Bollettino delle Giunte e delle Commissioni parlamentari.
Jurisprudence As far as jurisprudential data are concerned, the user gains knowledge about them through a good many tools for their dissemination, set out here in accordance with their type.
Two monthly journals — Il Foro italiano Zanichelli, Bologna and La giurisprudenza italiana UTET, Turin — publish considerable numbers of decisions and other measures issued by judicial authorities of different kinds: Community, constitutional, civil, criminal and administrative case law are divided into special sections. Other indexes of the published case law material include a chronological index and an index of the names of the parties in the legal actions.
Also, in this case, there are more general and more specialised journals.
Legal Authority There is a very vast amount of scientific material, found in handbooks, encyclopedias, journals, treaties and monographs. Digests and bibliographies prove to be useful tools for consultation.
Also, we must point out that there are various kinds of these tools, both general and specific, taking the shape of appendices to larger works, as in the case of encyclopedias and legal dictionaries as we saw above, in relation to legislative data , or autonomous works.