The first expression of legal experience are the social relations. Legal history shows that the development of any legal phenomenon comes from the society. The rise of objective law selects the legally relevant facts of reality and establish its legal relevance. This sums up the meaning of the subsidiarity. the law intervenes, on the one hand, to prescribe and limit the action of the private, on the other hand to support the civil society to achieve those interests that it, alone, is not able to pursue. Subsidiarity is inherent in the function of law expressed in a democratic dimension. It is an expression of the autonomy of trade unions and the same collective bargaining, the right to define the disputes through arbitrators, that is with a decision not adopted from the state jurisdiction. The law, therefore, as we are taught by the tradition of Roman law, is not only the statutes, but the whole legal experience. The law subsidizes the private autonomy, which is the strongest engine of the law. It requires, however, a conclusion necessarily open: in a liquid society, like today, the abuses of autonomy are more insidious.
Private Autonomy and Principle of Subsidiarity / DEL PRATO, ENRICO ELIO. - In: KUTAFIN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW. - ISSN 2313-5395. - STAMPA. - 2(2016), pp. 415-423.
|Titolo:||Private Autonomy and Principle of Subsidiarity|
DEL PRATO, ENRICO ELIO (Corresponding author)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Citazione:||Private Autonomy and Principle of Subsidiarity / DEL PRATO, ENRICO ELIO. - In: KUTAFIN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW. - ISSN 2313-5395. - STAMPA. - 2(2016), pp. 415-423.|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||01a Articolo in rivista|