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in italy, drugs may be dispensed to patients free of charge on a “compassionate use” basis in these cases: i) as yet unauthorised, undergoing clinical trials and produced in pharmaceutical plants or imported in accordance with the …

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Importing and exporting Italian or Australian produce and goods is also a complex area of law where disputes often arise. Many companies in Australia and in Italy are exporting Italian produce, such as wine, cheese, meats and deli goods to the Australian market. However, not only are the import and exports obligations and duties very specific for both Australia and Italy, Italy …

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As per Italian law, on top of legal fees (no matter if client - attorney agreement or schedule system) the following shall be calculated: - costs (copies, travel expenses, ..); - a percentage for general expenses reimbursement (15% fixed by law), - 4 % for c ompulsory national bar pension fund contribution and.

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1. If you’re arrested in Italy, you have no right to see a lawyer ( avvocato) before a hearing before a judge, but may give the name of your lawyer in writing. You have the right to silence and need only state your name, date and place of birth, and whether you’ve been arrested in Italy before. You have the right to notify your local consulate, who can provide the names of lawyers who speak your language. You can be held for a maximum of three days before a hearing, when you must be represented by a lawyer (if you don’t provide a lawyer, one will be appointed by the court), after which you’re usually permitted to go free provided you’re deemed unlikely to flee, be a danger to society or destroy evidence. In serious cases it can be difficult to obtain bail and you can be held for up to three years without trial!
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Porta Lawyers can attend to the sale and purchase of property in Italy. We liaise with our Italian legal colleagues to ensure that your property transaction takes place smoothly and without delay. Please feel free to contact our Italian solicitors on Tel: (07) 3265 3888 should you require any assistance with selling or purchasing property in Italy.

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2019 New Italian Legal Rules. If you have business or personal interests in Italy, or even if you are just visiting Italy as a tourist, you need to know the following new 2019 rules.The Italian parliament just passed the 2019 Italian budget law (voted on 30 December 2018, in force since 1 January 2019) which includes important new regulations that could affect your interests.

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The legal services in relation to Italian law are always provided by Studio Legale Panarese and O’Loughlins Lawyers will assist in Australia where necessary. Alf’s expertise as a Notary Public is sometimes required to assist Australian clients comply with the procedures of the Italian law. Fabio speaks, reads and writes both fluent Italian and English. He generally communicates by …

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Updates are issued monthly, but their price is unpredictable as it varies with the size of each issue. The publisher also offers a full gamut of legal databases, like: Leggi d’Italia [Italian Legislation]: the De Agostini’s flagship product, as it features: Nearly every national statute passed since 1860, in the current text; Case law as per the major Court decisions since 1980, …

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Italian law is basically based on Roman regulations. Especially for its civil and criminal law, it depends on both Roman regulations and French Napoleonic regulations. For instance, the codes of Sardinia Kingdom in civil as well as chastening events were introduced in the Italy law and have been used since the mid – 19 th century. The modified 1990 chastening code changed …

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2. A member of Italy’s Senate makes a proposal for a law. 3. A member of Italy’s House of Deputies suggests a new law. 4. Five Italian regions make a joint proposal for a new law. 5. The committee of National Health and Safety Tribunal requests a new law be introduced. 6. The government in power instigates the creation of new laws or

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A Library specializing in Italian Law should also subscribe to the Gazzetta Ufficiale, (for Italgiure): you can choose between a high flat fee and low minute/byte rates and vice versa, and Giuritel even offers bulk discounts (i.e., you can get multiple user IDs at a discount rate), but they are too expensive anyway for a non-professional. Other online versions of the …

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Archives - Italian Law Italian Law. Click to Call: Free Initial Consultation. ITALIAN LAW [email protected]/Canada (866) 694-5500Italia 375 5858 309 WhatsApp. Italian Law. Home; About; Services – Italian Notary, Estate Admin. & Citizenship; Practice Areas. Italian Wills

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2. You Must Smile all the Time : ) In Milan. If you want to avoid a fine in Milan, you must smile at all times. This weird law in Milan requires citizens to smile at all times, apart from funerals and hospital visits.
3. Get a Room in Eboli. No Hanky Panky in Cars Here! Remember all those classic movies with steamy love scenes in a car? Feel like reenacting them?
4. Walk Your Dog 3 Times a Day in Turin. Or Else! Love your dog? Well you’re not alone, in Turin there are several laws concerned with the health of man’s best friend.
5. Rome Goldfish – Be Free! You’re Bigger Than Your Bowl. For all those goldfish pet lovers out there, I’m sorry to say your beloved pet won’t be allowed to travel with you to Rome.
6. Build Castles in the Sky, Not the Beach. At Least in Eraclea. Are you visiting the town, Eraclea, and do you like building sandcastles? Well too bad!
7. Keep Out of Fountains in Italy. While it isn’t technically illegal to swim in a public fountain in Italy, you will get a substantial fine if your caught!
8. Two Is Company in Rome. Three’s a Crowd. Rome is known for having great night life, but if you’re out on the town with your pals, remember to behave yourselves.
9. Copycats Beware. There’s No Faking It In Venice. Do you like Louis Vuitton handbags? Don’t be fooled by the fake Louis Vuitton handbags sold on the beach near Venice!
10. No Nibs or Dibs on Beach Spots in Capri. If you like the idea of a romantic picnic on the beach, then don’t go to Capri, Positano, or Ravello.
11. Noisy Shoes Not Allowed in Capri. Another law to watch out for in Capri is the ban on noisy sandals. The residents of Capri value their peace and quiet, so I’m sorry to all the flip flop lovers, but your beloved shoes will only lead you towards a hefty fine!

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Agency agreement is defined by Italian law as a contract by which the agent undertakes to promote, on a continuous basis and for a commission (in Italian: “provvigione”), the conclusion of transactions on behalf of a principal (in Italian: “preponente”) and in a defined area. Under Italian law, transactions may be any contract (for example, concerning goods, services or any other

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As a general rule, the Italian civil legal system implements a ‘loser pays’ rule for costs liability. However, the court may order that each party …

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Italian Law. Pini Franco's Italian law team has considerable experience of providing general Italian law advice to meet the needs of both its English and Italian speaking clients.. Our team consists of one Partner, two associates - who are all dual qualified as English Solicitors and as Italian avvocati - and two other qualified Italian lawyers who are registered at the Law Society …

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From the time of the coming into force of the Italian Civil Code in 1942, the Italian case law consistently supported the view that the power to reduce the penalty considered to be excessive to a fair one could not be exercised ex officio but only on request of the interested party.22 This trend in the case law was drastically changed by a landmark decision in 1999, in which the …

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How effective are laws in italy?

(Funny, though, how Italian law schools usually present information on the United States Constitution and English Common Law as models to be studied, while nobody outside Italy bothers learning much about Italian law.) Yet laws are only as effective as the men and women who uphold them. Let's separate fact from fantasy.

What is the basis of the italian legal system?

The Italian legal system is based on continental civil law. The sources of law are arranged hierarchically ( see Question 10 ). 10. What are the main domestic sources of law? The general provisions of the Italian Civil Code set out the hierarchy of domestic sources of law in the following order: The Constitution.

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Up to now, attorney fees in Italy are regulated by law (art. 13, law 247/2012) and Justice Minister Decree 55/14.

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However, in the last few years Italian labour law has experienced a new era marked by a proliferation of new legislation. The new laws aim to: adapt the employment rules to the demands of the new millennium; increase flexibility in the market for those both in and out of work; and stimulate foreign investment in Italy.

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