The Italian legal system has a plurality of sources of production. These are
arranged in a hierarchical scale, under which the rule of a lower source cannot ...
Jul 14, 2014 ... So it is expected that Italy has a handful of odd laws too. Some of them are
national laws, while others are limited to certain towns and cities; ...
The codes of the Kingdom of Sardinia in civil and penal affairs were extended to
the whole of Italy when Italy was unified in the mid-19th century. The revised ...
Sep 8, 2008 ... I like to say that Italy invented red tape. It certainly seems that way to anyone
who's attempted to navigate the murky waters of the Italian ...
Moving in a different direction, inheritance is one of the major problems that besets farmers throughout the world: How to divvy up the land among children in such a manner that all will be able to farm and support themselves? The obvious answer is to limit succe... More »
Dec 22, 2015 ... This Guide to Law Online Italy contains a selection of Italian legal, juridical, and
governmental sources accessible through the Internet.
By law you must be able to show some form of identification at all times. In most
cases a photocopy of the data page of your passport should suffice, but you may
What makes Italian law --which you'll encounter in Sicily-- different from the legal
principles applied in other G-7 nations? It's not just the actual statutes present ...
According to a Reuters article published on Monday, Italian governing bodies
have been taking some liberties this summer by instituting some strange laws in ...
Dumb Laws in Italy. It is illegal to die in the Italian village of Falciano del Massico,
as issued by the mayor (tongue-in-cheek). About this law. It is illegal to practice ...