Cultural Heritage. Scenarios 2015-2017

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978-88-6969-225-3

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978-88-6969-179-9

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31 Dic 2017

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MiBACT: A Practical Guide to Rediscovering Common Sense!

Beatrice Zagato
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beatrice.zagato@gmail.com

Pierpaolo Carbone
Studio Lemme Avvocati Associati, Roma, Italia
p.carbone@studiolemme.it

DOI 10.14277/6969-052-5/SE-4-50

Submitted 13 Gen 2017
Accepted 21 Mar 2017

Abstract

Art. 12(2) of the 2004 Code of Cultural Heritage stipulates that the Ministry shall dictate the general guidelines which the public offices responsible for assessing the cultural nature of a private good must adhere to. The same reference is made in art. 68(4); 4(1); 29(5); 71(4); 72(4) of the Code. Yet neither MIBAC (first) nor MIBACT (subsequently) have ever set the parameters required by the regulation. How, then, can the efficiency, equity and transparency of administrative action be ensured if it lacks that essential ‘uniformity of assessment’ placed, by the legislator, at the basis of the most significant measures related to the circulation and preservation of the cultural good?

Keywords
Cultural goods. Certificate of free circulation. Cultural interest.


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Carbone Pierpaolo

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Zagato Beatrice

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MiBACT: A Practical Guide to Rediscovering Common Sense!

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Book Chapter

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en

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Art. 12(2) of the 2004 Code of Cultural Heritage stipulates that the Ministry shall dictate the general guidelines which the public offices responsible for assessing the cultural nature of a private good must adhere to. The same reference is made in art. 68(4); 4(1); 29(5); 71(4); 72(4) of the Code. Yet neither MIBAC (first) nor MIBACT (subsequently) have ever set the parameters required by the regulation. How, then, can the efficiency, equity and transparency of administrative action be ensured if it lacks that essential ‘uniformity of assessment’ placed, by the legislator, at the basis of the most significant measures related to the circulation and preservation of the cultural good?

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Sapere l’Europa, sapere d’Europa

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Edizioni Ca’ Foscari - Digital Publishing

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2017-12-31

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2017-01-13

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2017-03-21

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http://doi.org/10.14277/6969-052-5/SE-4-50

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2611-0040

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2610-9247

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978-88-6969-225-3

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978-88-6969-179-9

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Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution alone

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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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Cultural goods

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Certificate of free circulation

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Cultural interest

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