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By using our site, you agree to our collection of information through the use of cookies. To learn more, view our Privacy Policy. Log In Sign Up. Civil Procedure Review, v. Fredie Didier. Antonio Cabral. Paula Sarno Braga. Civil Procedure Review. Professor at the University of Barcelona, Spain Abstract: The article deals with the assumption that the judge that personally and directly conducts the taking of the evidence in court is the adequate person to decide the case.

By criticizing the traditional approach, the text offers a different view on the subject. Keywords: Evidence. Irrationality 1. Enfoques desde lo que estudiar la valoración de la prueba. Aplicación de los saberes científicos precisos a la valoración de cada medio de prueba. Requisitos imprescindibles para una adecuada valoración probatoria. En otros Estados sigue sin practicarse en absoluto.

De hecho, la debida valoración de la prueba es precisamente lo que siempre han deseado los legisladores de muchos lugares desde muy antiguo2, demostrando un especial empeño en esta materia, luchando contra la arbitrariedad judicial.

Et nunc manifeste sancimus, ut unius omnino testis responsio non audiatur, etiamsi praeclarae curiae honore praefulgeat. Toda una crónica social de la época. I Diritto processuale civileEnc. Treccani, vol. L'histoire de cette jurisprudence est le contraire de celle des autres sciences : dans les scienceson va toujours en simplifiant les procédés de ses prédécesseurs ; dans la jurisprudence, on va toujours en les compliquant davantage.

Les arts se perfectionnent en produisant plus d'effets par des moyens plus faciles ; la jurisprudence s'est détériorée en multipliant les moyens et en diminuant les effets. Con todo, hubo intentos de reconducir la situación. Aunque el éxito, por desgracia, fue escaso en demasiadas ocasiones, para lamento de los litigantes y sus abogados. Tesis doctoral inédita. XI, tít. Por ello, en aplicación de la referida doctrina, cabe estimar vulnerado el derecho al proceso con todas las garantías del art.

Lacadena Calero c. Por ello, comenzaré este estudio con la exposición de ese contenido y de sus necesarios presupuestos. Contenido de la valoración de la prueba Valorar la prueba supone percibir los resultados de la actividad probatoria que se realiza en un proceso Sin embargo, lo anterior se comprende mucho mejor si se capta que para percibir es necesario haber interpretado al mismo tiempo.

Es decir, aquello que no se interpreta, simplemente no se ve, es decir, pasa desapercibido. En cambio, aquello que ha sido objeto de percepción se sabe lo que es, justamente porque se ha interpretado e identificado. Enfoques desde los que estudiar la valoración de la prueba La actividad valorativa se ha intentado explicar por la Ciencia desde cinco diferentes puntos de vista.

En primer lugar, se trató de darle a la valoración de la prueba un contenido jurídico describiendo los sistemas de prueba legal y prueba libre. Por ello la doctrina intentó un enfoque epistemológico o gnoseológico que ha tenido bastante éxito entre los autores16, aunque no realmente entre la judicatura.

Consiste, fundamentalmente, en describir los tipos de hechos que existen y cómo procede el juez, desde la lógica, a su averiguación. Existen muy diferentes tendencias en esta materia, pero finalmente de lo que se trata es de establecer una especie de probabilidad epistemológica de que un hecho haya sucedido. En realidad, se utilizan diferentes variantes del antiguo sistema silogístico, analizando la elección de las premisas y la regularidad en la obtención de los resultados aplicando el método científico.

Este enfoque es utilísimo para la construcción de la motivación Ello constituye una victoria clara para los litigantes, que pueden seguir el esquema lógico del juez y criticarlo en los recursos, pero también es una victoria de la razón sobre la intuición, porque 16 A modo de ejemplo, por todos, TARUFFO, Michele, La prueba de los hechos, trad.

Bases argumentales de la prueba, Madrid-Barcelona Sin embargo, la solución epistemológica es deficitaria en dos puntos principales. Nuevamente de la intuición. Es por ello por lo que cabe intentar una aproximación psicológica a la mente judicial para resolver esos problemas. El peligro evidente de este modo de trabajar es que el juez se quede con el primer modelo mental que le venga a la mente, y no sea capaz de contemplar ninguno alternativo.

O bien que un exceso de imaginación le ninja rocket rides himself a concebir excesivos modelos mentales que parezcan plausibles pero que, en realidad, no lo sean. Como es obvio, todos esos heurísticos conducen a veces a decisiones erróneas, pero también es cierto que en muchas ocasiones, muy probablemente la mayoría, son correctas las decisiones que se toman siguiendo sus directrices.

Pero como ya se ha dicho, también inducen a errores. Pero para el propio juez también es muy importante, porque solamente si es consciente de sus propios defectos y limitaciones antes de que tengan una incidencia, le es posible evitar los errores. Y después veremos cómo, aunque ya avanzo que la forma de prevenir esos errores es acudiendo a las ciencias que han estudiado cada hecho concreto objeto de prueba.

Es decir, acudiendo a las conclusiones basadas en la realidad empírica, esto es, utilizando el método científico. De hecho, la mayoría de jurados que son excluidos en el proceso de selección de los mismos, lo suelen ser por motivos puramente ideológicos.

Los jueces poseen actualmente pautas claras de motivación, con independencia de que, por desgracia, por diferentes factores a veces ajenos a ellos, no las sigan siempre.

En este sentido, en todas las pruebas que suponen una declaración de personas partes, testigos o peritoses de inevitable consulta la psicología del testimonio23, que nos instruye acerca de los fallos de la memoria en los que incurre cualquier declarante en diferentes circunstancias.

Por ejemplo, es muy frecuente que un perito haga comentarios oportunistas sobre la regularidad y brillantez de su trabajo, y no por ello resulta menos creible. O es natural, por ejemplo, que la víctima de un delito tenga dificultades en su contextualización, porque estaba impresionada por los hechos delictivos que sucedieron en su propia persona.

Lo mismo sucede con la prueba pericial. Se llama a un perito al proceso porque el juez no puede poseer absolutamente todos los conocimientos científicos necesarios para juzgar un determinado caso concreto. Pues bien, es muy difícil que el juzgador pueda valorar si las conclusiones del perito son correctas. En este sentido el Tribunal ha declarado también en su Sentencia de 27 de junio de -caso Constantinescu c. En cuanto a lo primero simplemente hay que mirar la formación y trayectoria del perito, valorando su experiencia y preparación para realizar el dictamen de que se trate.

Ello es falso. O bien podría descubrirle a un juez joven que una cierta elegancia y recargo en las formas en la redacción de una persona anciana, no debe llevar en absoluto a entender que dicha persona sintiera afecto, o hasta respeto, por el destinatario de una carta, sino que simplemente esa manera de expresarse es constitutiva de una determinada formación escolar, propia de otras épocas, en la redacción de misivas.

Todo lo anterior ha sido muy poco utilizado hasta el momento en los procesos. Aunque parezca mentira, se le ha dado la espalda a toda esa realidad. Se ha valorado y se valora, salvo excepciones, la credibilidad de un declarante a través de la simple intuición del juez, normalmente inmotivada. Y por supuesto, también se han pasado por alto importantes aspectos de muchos documentos cuyas conclusiones hubieran sido otras muy distintas de las que, probablemente, se acabaron reflejando en la sentencia.

Esta situación debe cambiar. Requisitos imprescindibles para una adecuada valoración probatoria Sin embargo, todo lo anterior no puede ser llevado a cabo sin una serie de premisas que cambien, al menos en parte, algunas de las características que actualmente solemos atribuir a un juez. En primer lugar, es urgente e imprescindible mejorar la formación del juez en materia probatoria. Cómo probar los hechos en el proceso civil, Madrid Entre esas técnicas es imprescindible que aprenda psicología del testimonio y semiótica textual, al menos a un nivel elemental.

No se trata de que conozca liposuccion erasme recrutement detalle la ciencia implicada en los mismos, sino de que tenga unas nociones mínimas de vocabulario especializado y de cómo funcionan los aspectos principales de cada dictamen.

Al mismo tiempo, es necesario enseñar al juez a motivar sus sentencias, siguiendo sobre todo las directrices de la epistemología, aunque también de la ciencia de la argumentación jurídica Desde luego, no debe implicarse hasta el punto de anular la actividad de las partes o convertirse en un inquisidor.

Simplemente tiene que llevar a cabo exactamente la misma actividad que ejecuta en fase de admisión de medios de prueba. La teoría del discurso racional como teoría de la fundamentación jurídica, Madrid Lo que propongo es que, siguiendo esa misma orientación, la labor del juez no solamente consista en restar elementos de juicio inadmitiendo medios de prueba, sino que también contribuya a sumar evidencias en el proceso que conduzcan a la averiguación de la realidad de los hechos, y no solamente al sustento de la versión que desea cada parte.

Insisto en que ello no va a conducir al juez a llevar a cabo una actividad inquisitiva, sino biscotte regime cetogene a no adoptar la actitud casi exclusivamente pasiva que le guía en muchos lugares en el momento actual. Desde luego, en absoluto es una herramienta para un litigante obtenga una victoria sustentada en la picardía o en la pura retórica de sus declaraciones, y hasta de sus acciones.

Pero para conseguir que un juez se comporte de esta forma sin extralimitarse32, debe ser formado para que, en primer lugar, en la valoración de la prueba siga esquemas deductivos y no inductivos, y para que, como dije, no pierda su imparcialidad.

En cuanto a lo primero, el juez no tiene que centrarse en confirmar una hipótesis preconcebida, como si fuera un mal policía, sino en extraer de los medios de prueba todos los datos que tengan que ver con un caso concreto, reconstruyendo, tras esa fase, el rompecabezas probatorio hasta obtener un resultado.

O bien el sesgo egocéntrico, que lleva al ser humano a creer que todos piensan como él en un determinado tema. Y otros sesgos que ahora sería farrogoso enumerar y explicar aquí33, pero que deben ser aprendidos por los jueces para evitar su incidencia, que sin duda rompe la imparcialidad de su juicio.

Hasta ahora la formación de un juez ha sido, en general, casi exclusivamente jurídica. Y que justamente por ello esos esquemas racionales son revisables, lo que equivale a decir que son rebatibles y, por tanto, impugnables a través de un recurso. Nada hay en ellos que impida a un juez diferente al que realizó la valoración en primera instancia, revisar la lógica del razonamiento judicial empleado en esa primera instancia.

Ni tampoco debe haber nada en ese razonamiento que no pueda ser explicado en la motivación, por lo que ninguna parte de dicho razonamiento puede escapar al control de una ulterior instancia. De hecho, si el juez de primera instancia tuviera que expresar una conclusión probatoria que no fuera explicable, es decir, motivable, dicha conclusión debe ser expulsada de la sentencia, simplemente porque no es racional.

STEDHas. Y es que la inmediación, ciertamente, permite al juez observar al declarante y ver sus reacciones, sobre todo las gestuales. Ahora bien, resulta simplemente absurdo sostener que de ahí surge una especie de misteriosa intuición, por supuesto inmotivable y no sometida a crítica, en virtud de la cual el juez sabe perfectamente si el declarante miente o dice la verdad.

Ello es simplemente falso. Es sencillamente absurdo afirmar que porque un testigo sea vehemente, o parezca muy seguro de lo que dice, esté diciendo la verdad, o que esté mintiendo porque titubea, se pone la mano en la cara, suda, se encoje de hombros, desvía la mirada o arquea las cejas.

Todo ello son intuiciones inveteradas, que todos poseemos y que se han ido construyendo a lo largo de los siglos, y que por eso nos parece que se puede confiar en ellas, como lo hacemos —también indebidamente— en la vida cotidiana. Sin embargo, hace ya tiempo que la ciencia ha demostrado su falta de ajuste a la realidad41, porque no puede afirmarse en absoluto que la mentira genere en las personas reacciones físicas.

Esa declaración es la que debe ser examinada en el marco de un recurso, en caso de ser impugnada su valoración. Y dicha valoración no depende de variables intuitivas sino, como ya se vió, de criterios bastante precisos, que son objetivables y que, por consiguiente, es necesario tener en cuenta. II, pp. No es ninguna actividad soberana del juez de primera instancia ni nada que se le parezca.

Las declaraciones de personas que sean tenidas por creibles sin ser coherentes, por ejemplo, pueden ser revisadas en el marco de un recurso. Del mismo modo que si sucede que, siendo coherentes o contextualizadas, se ha prescindido de ellas sin motivo ni razón. Con el resto de pruebas sucede exactamente lo mismo.

Keywords: Civil Procedure. Latest developments 1. Introduction In the last 20 years, a wave of reforms has changed the face of Italian civil procedural law. The code of civil procedure of was actually never completely revised but, reform after reform, most of its original provisions have been more or less extensively modified and new rules have entered it.

Moreover, many new statutes have been enacted alongside the code, in the context of the so-called de-codification process. The main motivator for the last waves of procedural reforms has been the need to reduce the exceedingly long duration of civil proceedings in Italy. The Italian lawmaker has approached this most important problem with the incantation that the time required to obtain a judgment in Italy could be reduced by simply intervening on the procedural mechanisms 25 Civil Procedure Review, v.

At least in the short term, these latest reforms do not appear to have effectively tackled the problems faced by Italian civil justice. As a matter of fact, changing the procedural mechanisms is not enough to reduce the delay in the adjudication of cases and the courts backlog, especially since, at the decision stage, disputes still have to be solved on an individual basis and the time a judge needs to render his decision may not be reduced by statute.

Some of the new provisions, however, in the medium term, may arguably bring a change to the way civil proceedings are conducted in Italy and to the interplay between their main actors, namely the plaintiff, the defendant and the judge, at least if they will be effectively applied by the courts.

In other words, from at least some of these innovations, the face of civil justice could effectively be reformed. In this paper, I will thus examine some of these innovative provisions. Such traditional approach is still followed today so that it may even be argued that, sometimes, for a defendant it is more convenient to keep a passive profile rather than file a defense and stand his chance in court.

On the other hand, non-contested facts are considered as admitted by the defendant and should not be proved. In ordinary civil proceedings, it took longer for the Supreme Court Cassazione 2 to rule that facts only generically contested had to be considered as admitted.

Carratta, Il principio della non contestazione nel processo civile Milan, Giuffrè, SU 23 Januaryn. If such burden is not duly complied with, the judge will consider those facts as uncontested and therefore relieve the plaintiff from the burden of proving them. The standards which the defendant must meet in his denial of the facts alleged by the plaintiff are not yes set. The principle of specific contestation, moreover, does not operate as concerns legal qualifications of facts or evaluations which may derived from facts.

Even if a fact is not contested, wanting formal requirements of an juridical act are still not cured: for instance, it was found that, when a contract requires to be stipulated in writing, the inexistence of the written document may not superseded by non-contestation from the counterpart 6.

Moreover, even when a fact is not contested by the counterpart but its existence is positively denied by the evidentiary materials gathered in the course of the proceedings, it will not be taken into consideration by the judge. Cuneo 5 OctoberGiur. Rovigo-Adria 10 Septembr ; Trib. Most commentators, however, believe that parties should contest the facts on which the other parties rely, at the latest, in the first or in the second written brief filed after the first hearing 7.

Commentators agree that non contestation of a fact is irreversible: in other words, a party may not deny a fact which she has previously either explicitly or implicitly admitted. Clearly, the principle of specific contestation introduced in Art. This new provision has now been effective for two years but it is still too early to appreciate its effects on the conduct of civil proceedings in Italy. Judges, however, appear to be ready to consider alleged facts as not contested in the face of weak or generic denials on the side of the other parties.

Moreover, case-law will likely sanction a party who denies facts which are subsequently ascertained to be true with extra costs see infra. Arguably, this should lead parties to be more cautious in their defenses and avoid unsustainable denials of alleged facts, in order to concentrate the evidence gathering phase of the proceedings only on factual issues which are really in dispute. Law no. The contemporary approach to the right to be heard extends its application not only to the relations between the parties as it was originally conceived but also as concerns the relationship between the parties and the judge.

The new formulation of Art. Such situation might take place in relation to the legal qualification of the relevant facts as a matter of fact, the judge is always free to apply the legal provisions she deems more appropriate for the given case, irrespective of the qualifications given by the parties or to procedural or substantial issues which the law allows the judge to raise of her own motion. The new text of Art. Innovations concerning the costs of the proceedings The procedural reforms of also introduced rather effective new provisions concerning legal costs, in order to sanction vexatious litigation and encourage settlement.

The code of civil procedure, moreover, sanctions vexatious litigation with aggravated costs. Vexatious litigation may be defined as the situation where the losing party is found to have either sued or defended herself in bad faith or inexcusable fault. In practice, this sanction is not often allowed by Italian courts, since it is rather hard for the winning party to prove that she suffered some extra damages as a consequence of the dispute she had to bring or resist to. Moreover, the law does not fix any limits to the amount of money which the judge may award in this context: in other words, the court now enjoys complete discretion in sanctioning vexatious litigation.

Case law refers to this new sanction as a form of punitive award 11to safeguard both private and public interests Case law shows that judges are applying this new provision rather extensively, as a reaction to clearly abusive practices 13i. It is believed that, in the medium term, the application of the new Art. In an attempt to encourage parties to reach an amicable agreement in the course of the proceedings, moreover, inArt. Varese 23 Januaryord. Varese 23 Januarycit. Salerno 27 Maycit.

Padua 10 Novemberord. Piacenza 7 Decembercit. Verona 1 Julyord. Modena 22 Septembern. Terni 17 MayGM, stating that Art. Doronzo, Nuove leggi civ. In other words, when an offer to settle is made during the procedure, the other party now has to balance that offer against the plausible outcome of the dispute, in order not to have to sustain part of the costs of his counterpart.

The new provision also encourages defendants to balance their options in the proceedings and come up with reasonable settlement proposals before the case goes on to the deliberation phase. It also raises some procedural doubts, however. Commentators agree on the fact that such proposal should be in written form and that is should be formally brought to the attention of the judge.

For instance, it may be formulated by the party in the course of a hearing or written down in one of the briefs filed in court. Possibly, even a proposal made by the party before the start of litigation could be taken into consideration, for example when it was sent in a written communication to the would-be plaintiff.

Restricting access to the Supreme Court The reform of also tried to restrict access to the Italian supreme Court Cassazione. The enormous caseload of the Cassazione and the related delays in the dispatching of cases is one of the main problems of the Italian system of appeals. One of the sources of such problem, rather paradoxically, lies in the Constitution, which grants the parties the right to file a petition ricorso straordinario to the Corte di cassazione against any judgment rectius, decision which, in the civil field, adjudicates upon a subjective right and is not subject to any other form of review: Art.

Allegedly, this new requirement was meant to put an emphasis on the role of the Cassazione as a court strictly concerned with the interpretation of the rule of law. However, it also worked as an effective workload-reducing factor for the Court, since, according to Art. The case law of the Cassazione showed that the Court was ready to give a very strict and formalistic notion of quesito di diritto, therefore making a large number of petitions inadmissible on purely procedural grounds.

This position menu de regime detox naturel unsatisfactory and inArt. No formulation of legal questions in the ricorso is therefore required today. According to the new Art. Reference to the application of the Cassazione precedents by the lower courts should not be interpreted as a form of stare decisis.

Rather, the new provision tries both to encourage lower courts to follow the Supreme Court case law, therefore making the outcome of decisions more predictable; and to compel the petitioner to consider the advisability of filing a ricorso against a decision which most likely will be confirmed by the Supreme Court.

However, if good 18 A. Ianniruberto, U. Morcavallo eds. Milan, Giuffrè,p. The introduction of an astreinte into the Italian legal order In Italy there is no proper doctrine of contempt of the court and there is no general automatic sanction for debtors who do not voluntarily comply with a court order. At certain conditions, however fraudulent non-compliance with a court decision can be punished as criminal felony Art.

By way of example, mention may be made of Art. A similar fine was introduced by Art. Finally, inlaw no. In other words, the court is now empowered to grant orders to induce a debtor to voluntarily comply with a judicial decision, under threat of 19 C. Miccolis, Nuove leggi civ. The distribution of the burden of the proof will shift from the creditor to the debtor, depending on whether repeated violation or failure to comply is alleged This new remedy has still a limited scope of application e.

However, in order to really have an impact, the existing provision should be extended to a wider variety of obligations. Merlin, op. Van Rhee, A. Uzekac eds.

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Tradition and reform Antwerp, Intersentia, Terni 4 Septemberord. Cagliari 19 OctoberGiur. Verona 9 Marchord. As a matter of fact, the first published decisions appear to have been granted in just a few months, within a delay which is not even comparable to that of ordinary proceedings. Caponi, Italian civil justice reformcit. Varese 18 Novemberord. Caponi, in G. Balena, R. Caponi, A. Chizzini, S. Menchini, La riforma della giustizia civile Turin, Giappichelli,p.

However, if a plaintiff choses to file a petition for summary proceedings, he cannot be sure that the judge will uphold such choice. The defendant, on the other hand, might want to induce the judge to move to the ordinary track, by bringing new claims, defences and evidentiary requests, in order to make the case more complex. Summary proceedings are admissible only for disputes within the competence of the Tribunale at first instance, where the case falls to be decided by a single judge.

Summary 29 proceedings may not therefore be tried before either the Giudice di pace or the Court of Appeal Any type of claim within this scope of application may be tried with summary 31 proceedings.

Moreover, it must be possible to decide the case after a summary evidence gathering phase i. Modena 18 Januaryord. Dittrich, op. Luiso, op. Taranto 2 Marchord. When complex and articulated evidence gathering must take place, however, the case should be moved to the ordinary track. In these summary proceedings the court enjoys wide discretionary powers and the rules on the gathering of evidence may be applied in rather flexible ways.

In order to try and provide some operative guidelines, some Tribunali have even released Protocols to govern for their own local practices. As a matter of fact, at the first hearing, the judge decides the track the proceedings will take: as it was pointed out earlier, if the judge comes to the conclusion that no evidence needs been gathered or that a fast and informal evidence gathering place may be enough to ascertain the relevant facts, then the case will go on as summary proceedings.

Otherwise, the ordinary track will be taken and the judge will fix a hearing to perform the activities listed in Art. Once such course of action is taken, it is not possible to bring the case back on the summary track. In other words, the judge enjoys an uncontrolled discretion in deciding which track to follow.

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The notion of informal evidence gathering must not be taken to mean that the burden of the proof is superseded or that a lower evidentiary standard needs be reached in order to allow the claim on the alleged facts.

Rather, the judge will be in the position not to strictly follow the rules of the code concerning the way evidence is gathered in the course of the proceedings. For example, some 34 G. Ricci, La riforma del processo civile.

Legge 18 giugnon. Brescia 10 februaryord. Menchini, op. This means that as soon as the evidence is collected, the judge may require the parties to orally discuss the case. When oral arguments have been heard, the decision is taken in the forms of an ordinanza, at the end of the very same hearing. In practice, however, the judge may also give the parties the possibility to file written briefs, and reserve to release his decision outside of the hearing.

As a matter of fact, it may be appealed against like it was a judgment, before the Court of Appeal. If not timely appealed, the ordinanza becomes res judicata and enjoys the same authority granted by Art. Mediation and conciliation Twenty years of procedural reforms have apparently failed to make Italian civil justice more efficient and faster. The new remedies and provisions instituted in may have some beneficial effects in the medium term, but they appear unlikely to cure the structural crisis of the Italian machinery of justice.

As a matter of fact, Italy was under the duty to implement in national legislation the principles set forth by the European Directive no. Ricci, op. In particular, it appears rather suspicious of the role of lawyers and Italian lawyers, in turn, have expressed very hard opinions on the new decreto legislativo, especially in so much as it makes a preliminary attempt at mediation as a mandatory precondition for certain types of disputes.

As for the mediator, the law specifies that he has no power at all to adjudicate the dispute or render binding decisions for the parties. In other words, in the provisions of DLGS no. Studi offerti a Giovanni Verde Naples, Jovene,p. Studi offerti a Giovanni Verde, cit. Ricci, Il procedimento di mediazione di cui al D.

As a general rule, such proposal may not refer to any declaration made by the parties nor to any information acquired in the course of mediation Art. In other words, following the guidelines of the EU Directive, mediation and conciliation are considered not as two different types of ADR.

DLGS no. In particular, this mandatory attempt is required in disputes concerning rights in rem, division of common properties, wills and successions, family agreements patti di famiglialease contracts, free-loan contracts, medical liability, libel, insurance, banking and financial contracts. In other words, the lawmaker has introduced a restriction to the right of access to justice.

This mandatory attempt to mediate, however, is not unconstitutional as concerns the delay it causes to the start of the action in court, since mediation proceedings may not last longer than 4 months and such time-limit is likely to be considered by the Constitutional Court as not excessive.

The real problems lies with the costs of this preliminary mediation, which may be rather high when the value of the case is not small and when the parties to the dispute are many. It is not clear, however, how should the judge react upon being informed, at that second hearing, that none of the parties has filed an application for mediation in the time given for that purpose.

While some commentators argue that the judge should just let the proceedings move forward, there are reasons to believe that the law imposes a stricter solution, i. If this is case, the mediator will try to help the parties reach an agreement and conciliate their dispute. When this attempt is successful, the parties agreement will be made enforceable by the competent 39 See N. De Cristofaro, N. Trocker eds. If the attempt fails or if four months pass without the parties reaching an agreementmediation ends and the parties are free to bring their dispute before the courts.

The parties are of course free to accept that proposal or not. The experience with previous similar systems in more limited contexts e.

In order to achieve the aimed goal, the lawmaker has tried to lead even reluctant litigants to participate in such attempt: as a matter of fact, Art. Not every kind of dispute may be mediated. Following the guidelines of the EU Directive, Art.

Interestingly, the Italian implementation of the Directive does not limit mediation to transnational disputes, but extends this form of ADR also to purely domestic cases. On the contrary, it specifies - Art. Such regulation however must satisfy certain minimum standards, namely confidentiality of the proceedings see also Art. In other words, a deformalized procedure is provided, mostly based on orality and with minimum exchange of written materials.

Some procedural guidelines, however, are fixed by statute. First of all, Art. No rules concerning venue are given, and the applicant enjoys complete freedom of selection. Upon receiving the application, the institution appoints a mediator and sets the first hearing with the parties within 15 days of the moment the application was filed. Upon being appointed, a mediator is required to sign a declaration of impartiality; he should also make a disclosure about facts or circumstances that could make him biased.

The law forbids him from receiving any compensation directly from the parties Art. The institution sends a copy of the application and communicates the date set for the meeting to the other parties Art. The actual progress of mediation is then left to the regulations approved by the institutions.

The law just states that the mediator should make an effort in order to lead the parties to amicably settling their dispute. If the case is settled, a written report is written and duly signed by the parties and the mediator Art. If, on the other hand, the parties do not reach an agreement, each of them has the prerogative to bring the case before the competent court.

The judge may also consider the fact that a party refused to take part in the mediation in order to reinforce his opinion on the merits of the case. The mediator has a confidentiality obligation and has a privilege against being heard as a witness in the course of the proceedings Arts.

Class actions Finally, in this survey of the most recent procedural reforms in Italy, mention must be made of the introduction of class-actions in the Italian legal system. Some forms of proceedings for the protection of collective or superindividual interests have existed in Italy for a few years, with rather limited scope of applications and without a 40 clear reform project e. What did you enjoy learning from the latest episode? Asimismo, señaló que esta decisión no significa una absolución ni una condena de la lideresa fujimorista.

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