Fabio Merusi

Consiglio di Stato and abolition of administrative judgment

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The study reconstructs the reasons why the new Reign of Italy abolished in 1865 the administrative judges that existed in almost all the States before the unification according to the Napoleonic model of "Conseil d'État" and "Conseils de préfecture". The effects of this abolition were very important in the Civil law, Criminal law and Political Rights. Moreover the author examines the development of the tax process and the new functions of "Consiglio di Stato" in the Reign of Italy.


  • Administrative Judgment
  • Consiglio di Stato
  • Civil Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Political Rights


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