Italian Private Law provides an excellent overview and analysis of Italian private law and its transition from the early twentieth century legal tradition to a system based on constitutional values, geared towards European integration.
Exploring the eclectic yet systematically solid foundations of Italian private law, which has adapted itself to the ever growing pressure of EU legislation, Alpa and Zenovich look at the legislative system as well as the profound influence of case-law and legal scholarship.
This volume is a key resource for legal scholars, practitioners and students who want to gain a deeper knowledge of Italian private law in their research, professional or academic activity.
1. Introductory Concepts 2. Natural Persons 3. The Family and Succession 4. Intermediate Communities 5. Business and Companies 6. Property and Goods 7. Transactions and Contracts 8. Wrongful Acts and Civil Liability 9. Protection of Rights