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[automatically translated] The work, carried out in substantially monographic form, is concerned to inquire about the level of enforcement that the Italian and English legal systems have given art. 6 of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights of 1950 concerning reasonable length of trials. In particular they spend critically review the regulatory measures implemented in Italy and England, especially highlighting the different propensities of national legislators. And in fact, the early stages of life in the Italian institute reasonable delay, were the most troubled and uncertain due to the original judicial reluctance to grant full compensation claims to victims of an inefficient administration of justice. A significantly change this attitude have jointly contributed the constitutionalisation of the matter and a strong renewal of the authorities cited, thanks to a group of civil judgments Unte Sections of the Supreme Court in January 2004. Much more prone to the award of a satisfattoria protection the matter seemed the English law, which appeared in time to fight the idea of unconditional exposure of the citizen against the state administration. The final idea that is developed in the work is that of the birth of a new idea of citizenship,
Original languageItalian
PublisherEditoriale Scientifica s.r.l.
Number of pages62
ISBN (Print)978-88-6342-072-2
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Serio, M. (2009). IL DANNO DA IRRAGIONEVOLE DURATA DEL PROCESSO. Editoriale Scientifica s.r.l.