Le interdittive antimafia

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] The anti-mafia prohibitions

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[Autom. eng. transl.] The comment examines the provisions on anti-mafia documentation contained in Legislative Decree 6 September 2011 n. 159 (the so-called anti-mafia code), in the light of the guidelines of the doctrine and the jurisprudence, dealing in particular with these themes: 1) The anti-mafia documentation in the Code and the atypical information. 2) The relationship between communication and information and the new art. 89-bis. 3) The interdictive effects of the provision of art. 89-bis issued before the issue of administrative authorization and the distinction between the application field of communications and that of information. 4) The questions of constitutionality in order to the art. 89-bis. 5) Self-certification. 6) The competence to issue the communication and information disqualification. 7) The infiltration attempt. 8) The so-called anti-mafia cascade information. 9) Subjects subjected to antimafia verification and the validity of the antimafia documentation. 10) Procedural profiles: a) jurisdiction; b) The competence of the TAR; c) The model of the administrative judge's syndicate. 11) The interdictive effects of "subsequent" communication and information. 12) The incidence of the art. 32, c. 10, legislative decree 90/2014. 13) Procedural profiles: the jurisdiction in the event of revocation / withdrawal from the contract. 14) Prefectural information and hypothesis of responsibility of the administration. 15) Specific provisions relating to public contracts.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] The anti-mafia prohibitions
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationCodice delle confische
EditorsT Epidendio, G Varraso
Number of pages45
Publication statusPublished - 2018


  • documentazione antimafia


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