The maintenance of rules is an increasingly relevant function of every kind of regulator in contemporary legal systems. Historically, it has always been present in order to respond to various needs, such as making rules accessible, or correcting and reforming them. Alongside maintenance in the strict sense (the specific interventions of compilation, consolidation and revision), there is an increasing need for maintenance in order to ensure the quality of rules: it is necessary to evaluate the effects of rules, mainly because of the fallibility of regulation. Maintenance of rules has therefore become an institutional function which completes (and no longer serves) legislation.
DE BENEDETTO, M. (2017). Maintenance of rules. In H.X. U. Karpen (a cura di), Legislation and Legisprudence in Europe (pp. 215-227). London : Hart Publishing.
|Titolo:||Maintenance of rules|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Citazione:||DE BENEDETTO, M. (2017). Maintenance of rules. In H.X. U. Karpen (a cura di), Legislation and Legisprudence in Europe (pp. 215-227). London : Hart Publishing.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1 Contributo in volume (Capitolo o Saggio)|