The review considers a recent monography dedicated to the foreseeability rule set up in art. 1225 of the Italian civil code, as a criterion to assess damages. The main question relates to the interplay and the priority between art. 1223 and 1225 in liquidating damages. While the author of the monography, from a historical point of view, attributes the pre-eminence to the foreseeability rule (art. 1225), the reviewer considers this perspective not consistent with the system resulting from the civil code, where the dominant rule is art. 1223, according to which damages must cover what is ‘immediate and direct consequence’ of non performance. Whereas the foreseeability rule, applies to further losses.

Castronovo, C., Recensione a "Tommaso Pellegrini, Interesse alla prestazione e prevedibilità del danno Giappichelli Editore, Torino 2018", <<EUROPA E DIRITTO PRIVATO>>, 2020; (1):297-306 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/179175]

Recensione a Tommaso Pellegrini, Interesse alla prestazione e prevedeibilità del danno, Torino 2018

Castronovo, Carlo
2020

Abstract

The review considers a recent monography dedicated to the foreseeability rule set up in art. 1225 of the Italian civil code, as a criterion to assess damages. The main question relates to the interplay and the priority between art. 1223 and 1225 in liquidating damages. While the author of the monography, from a historical point of view, attributes the pre-eminence to the foreseeability rule (art. 1225), the reviewer considers this perspective not consistent with the system resulting from the civil code, where the dominant rule is art. 1223, according to which damages must cover what is ‘immediate and direct consequence’ of non performance. Whereas the foreseeability rule, applies to further losses.
Italiano
Castronovo, C., Recensione a "Tommaso Pellegrini, Interesse alla prestazione e prevedibilità del danno Giappichelli Editore, Torino 2018", <<EUROPA E DIRITTO PRIVATO>>, 2020; (1):297-306 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/179175]
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