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Academic year
Esperto giuridico immobiliare
Didactic period
Secondo Semestre

Training objectives

The course aims to provide knowledge and critical skills concerning Planning Law, even in the light of the most recent reforms, jurisprudence and doctrine. The class will be divided in three parts: (i) the principles and the sources of Planning Law; (ii) Content, processes and effectiveness of land use plans; (iii) introduction to Building law.

Main knowledge acquired:
The students will acquire specific knowledge of the main principles of Administrative Law, in particular:
- the constitutional basis and the main principles of Planning Law;
- the main institutes and the normative framework of Building and Planning law;

Main skills acquired:
By the end of the class, the students will acquire the following skills:
- analytical skills of the main principles of Planning Law, in light of the main jurisprudence and case law;
- capacity to understand the main links with related disciplines, such as the European Union Law, Public Law, Administrative Law and Civil Law;
- capacity to understand the main practical effects of Planning Law’s institutes;
- capacity to identify, obtain and assess the main laws as well as major case law.


Students are required to have a solid knowledge of the principles and fundamental rules of Administrative Law, in particular regarding the organization and the activity of the public administration. Moreover, they must be able to understand and use normative texts and judgment of different courts.
In order to take the exam, students have to passed the propedeutic exams of Public Law, Institutions of Private Law and Administrative Law.

Course programme

The course consists of frontal and practical lessons for a total of 40 hours.

The program is divided in three parts:

PART I – Sources and principles of Planning Law(8 hours);
PART II – Content, processes and effectiveness of land use plans (22 hours);
PART III – introduction to Building law (12 hours).

Didactic methods

During the lecture, main principles of Planning law will be explained, also trough the analysis of normative and jurisprudential material distributed directly by the teacher.
Check periodically for suggestions about relevant seminars, conferences and other useful materials.

Learning assessment procedures

The examination will take place only in the form of the oral test. The questions addressed to the student will aim to verify the acquisition of knowledge and skills described above, under "Training objectives".
The vote of the exam is the average of the votes attributed to each of the student’s answers, unless he has some such gaps not to allow the formulation of a positive vote.
The students who will attend the classes will have the possibility to take the exam at the end of the course.

Reference texts

P. URBANI - S. CIVITARESE MATTEUCCI, Diritto urbanistico. Organizzazione e rapporti, Giappichelli, Torino, latest edition available.

2. Main legislative acts on Planning Law: students shall consult updated versions of the following legislative acts starting from the Italian Constitution: l. 17 agosto 1942, n. 1150 (Legge urbanistica fondamentale); l. 6 agosto 1967, n. 765 (Legge Ponte); d.p.r. 6 giugno 2001, n. 380 (Testo unico delle disposizioni legislative e regolamentari in materia edilizia); d.p.r. 8 giugno 2001, n. 327 (Testo unico delle disposizioni legislative e regolamentari in materia di espropriazione per pubblica utilità); d.lgs. 22 gennaio 2004, n. 42 (Codice dei beni culturali e del paesaggio).

The normative sources are available in different electronic databases or directly accessing the site