The article critically analyzes the consolidated orientation of the Court of Cassation according to which the consumer legislation is not applicable to the professional who makes a contract for the purchase of goods that he will also use to work. It will therefore be an act of the profession for a lawyer not only to stipulate the mandate or consultancy contract with the client, but also to stipulate all the contracts necessary or useful for the fulfillment of professional acts: such as, for example, the purchase of legal texts; taking out professional indemnity insurance; the contract for the cleaning services of the professional studio; the supply of electricity, gas or telephone services for professional studies.
|Number of pages||23|
|Journal||POLITICA DEL DIRITTO|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|