The study explores the law in action in the Napoleonic urban planning of Milan. It aims to understand how the French model was Italianized and the critical aspects of this reception. It also sheds light on the implications of the employment of the code's rules as well as of other laws and on their general degree of operation. As it is well known, the legal transfer implies the migration of laws created for a given territory to another territorial setting. Therefore, the legal relationships resulting from this right of transition can be evaluated according to the double perspective of “experience” and “expected”. The investigation builds on the examination of the conception of property in the new Napoleonic order, where the crucial point was the need to achieve a balance between public interventions aimed at the rationalization of urban spaces and the need to protect the new owners, in light of the provisions of articles 544 and 545 of the Napoleonic code.

Mastrolia, P., Legal transfer e diritto di proprietà nella Milano napoleonica, in Brunet, F., Luminati, M., Mastrolia, P., Solimano S, S. S. (ed.), Costruire, trasformare, controllare. Legal transfer e gestione dello spazio nel primo Ottocento, Casagrande Editore, Bellinzona 2022: 23 89- 105 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/216764]

Legal transfer e diritto di proprietà nella Milano napoleonica

Mastrolia, P.
2022

Abstract

The study explores the law in action in the Napoleonic urban planning of Milan. It aims to understand how the French model was Italianized and the critical aspects of this reception. It also sheds light on the implications of the employment of the code's rules as well as of other laws and on their general degree of operation. As it is well known, the legal transfer implies the migration of laws created for a given territory to another territorial setting. Therefore, the legal relationships resulting from this right of transition can be evaluated according to the double perspective of “experience” and “expected”. The investigation builds on the examination of the conception of property in the new Napoleonic order, where the crucial point was the need to achieve a balance between public interventions aimed at the rationalization of urban spaces and the need to protect the new owners, in light of the provisions of articles 544 and 545 of the Napoleonic code.
Italiano
Costruire, trasformare, controllare. Legal transfer e gestione dello spazio nel primo Ottocento
978-88-7713-951-I
Casagrande Editore
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Mastrolia, P., Legal transfer e diritto di proprietà nella Milano napoleonica, in Brunet, F., Luminati, M., Mastrolia, P., Solimano S, S. S. (ed.), Costruire, trasformare, controllare. Legal transfer e gestione dello spazio nel primo Ottocento, Casagrande Editore, Bellinzona 2022: 23 89- 105 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/216764]
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