Leonardo Ferrara

Legitimate Interest in Proof of Financial Liability

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On the assumption that the notion of legitimate interest and the theoretical arrangement of the financial liability of the public administration in connection with the exercise of discretionary power are closely related, the essay sets out to reflect on the typologies of damage subject to compensation from the perspective of the object protected from the subjective legal situation claimed by the private party. In this key a central role is filled by the administrative competence of the normative possibility, which constitutes a good of life whether it is considered autonomously or examined in terms of its effect of resolving the uncertainty of result emerging from the law. Among the consequences of the suggested construction, which confirms the structure of subjective right (in particular of credit) of legitimate interest, the scaling down of fears for public finances stands out, as does the need to modernise the conception of the exclusive jurisdiction of the administrative judge.

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