The social function of the private propriety and the E.U. law.

Author/s Cesare Salvi
Publishing Year 2023 Issue 2023/3 Language Italian
Pages 20 P. 15-34 File size 207 KB
DOI 10.3280/DC2023-003002
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Italian and European law set out different general principles in relation to private property. While in the Italian system prevails the social function of the private property, in the European one the freedom of ownership is central. The author firstly looks at the debate amongst Italian scholars around the exact value and scope the social function. He there observes how the Italian case law identifies it as applicable law and, through the technique of substantial expropriation, coordinates it with the necessity to protect the right of ownership. By contrast the protection of the right of private property is key in European law. The entry into force of the E.U. Charter of Fundamental Rights has made clear the difference with our Constitution. In fact, the Charter places right to property among freedoms. As result there is a conflict between principles: social function in the Italian law, property as a fundamental right in the E.U. law.

Keywords: Proprietà, funzione sociale, Carta dei diritti E.U., conflitti di principi, controlimite; Property, Social function, E.U. Charter of Fundamental Rights, Conflict between principles, Counter-limit.

Cesare Salvi, La funzione sociale della proprietà e il diritto europeo. I controlimiti, il ‘dialogo tra le Corti’ e il sonno della politica in "DIRITTO COSTITUZIONALE" 3/2023, pp 15-34, DOI: 10.3280/DC2023-003002