The thesis addresses a topic that has been matter of discussion and dissertations in the administrative law doctrine and in the decisions of the Courts for a long while. Even though most of the Courts had taken a clear position on it, many authors, probably more attentive to the effectiveness of the individual rights protection, have suggested different solutions. The issue refers to the possibility of compensating the individual that has not received a response from the Public Authority at the deadline provided by the procedure established by the law. The Courts generally admitted this possibility only in the case of late satisfactory measures. Therefore, the compensation granted to the individual was related to the damage caused by the delay in taking advantages of the good of life requested and lately granted. The delay in receiving an unsatisfactory measure or the simple lack of action of the Public Authority was not compensated. This standing is based on the ground that the compensation of the legitimate interest needs the preliminary check of the possibility to attribute the requested good of life. Nevertheless, and this is the thesis argued in the present work, this standing can be met even admitting the compensation for delay in receiving an unsatisfactory measure for the simple lack of action by the Public Authority. Time in itself, in fact, can be considered a good of life, essential in the enterprises’ business planning, and a fundamental component in the investment choice. This assumption is confirmed by the analysis of the relevant rules of International law (especially article 6 of the CEDU under the European Court’s interpretation), as well as the European Union law and the internal law (especially the Italian Constitution). Once demonstrated that time is considered a value in our legal system, the work concentrates in examining the specific components of the delay damage.

(2013). Inerzia della pubblica amministrazione e tutela risarcitoria. (Tesi di dottorato, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, 2013).

Inerzia della pubblica amministrazione e tutela risarcitoria

SPADARO, NADIA SIMA
2013

Abstract

The thesis addresses a topic that has been matter of discussion and dissertations in the administrative law doctrine and in the decisions of the Courts for a long while. Even though most of the Courts had taken a clear position on it, many authors, probably more attentive to the effectiveness of the individual rights protection, have suggested different solutions. The issue refers to the possibility of compensating the individual that has not received a response from the Public Authority at the deadline provided by the procedure established by the law. The Courts generally admitted this possibility only in the case of late satisfactory measures. Therefore, the compensation granted to the individual was related to the damage caused by the delay in taking advantages of the good of life requested and lately granted. The delay in receiving an unsatisfactory measure or the simple lack of action of the Public Authority was not compensated. This standing is based on the ground that the compensation of the legitimate interest needs the preliminary check of the possibility to attribute the requested good of life. Nevertheless, and this is the thesis argued in the present work, this standing can be met even admitting the compensation for delay in receiving an unsatisfactory measure for the simple lack of action by the Public Authority. Time in itself, in fact, can be considered a good of life, essential in the enterprises’ business planning, and a fundamental component in the investment choice. This assumption is confirmed by the analysis of the relevant rules of International law (especially article 6 of the CEDU under the European Court’s interpretation), as well as the European Union law and the internal law (especially the Italian Constitution). Once demonstrated that time is considered a value in our legal system, the work concentrates in examining the specific components of the delay damage.
PISCITELLI, LUIGI
inerzia, silenzio, danno, risarcimento, mero ritardo, tutela risarcitoria
IUS/10 - DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO
Italian
SCIENZE GIURIDICHE - 46R
24
2010/2011
(2013). Inerzia della pubblica amministrazione e tutela risarcitoria. (Tesi di dottorato, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, 2013).
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