Cultural Heritage Law - LM [Sede VR] (2020/2021)

Course code
4S003895
Name of lecturer
Sergio Moro
Coordinator
Sergio Moro
Number of ECTS credits allocated
6
Academic sector
IUS/10 - ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
Language of instruction
Italian
Location
VERONA
Period
CuCi IA, CuCi IB

Lesson timetable

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Learning outcomes

To deepen the basic notions of cultural property law, in particular in the sectors, operationally of primary interest, of the international circulation of cultural property and of offences sanctioned in administrative and criminal proceedings.

Syllabus

I. Identifying cultural assets
II. The purpose of protection in general: objective, goals and powers
III. Aspects to protection: protecting cultural assets
IV. Aspects to protection: conservation as the safeguarding of cultural assets from natural decay
V. Aspects to protection: conservation as the maintenance of legal integrity
VI. Aspects to protection: conservation as the maintenance of physical integrity
VII. Privileged acquisitions in the area of cultural assets
VIII. Discoveries and finds
IX. Administrative sanctions
XI. The purpose of exploitation in general: objective, aims and powers
XII. The exploitation of privately owned assets: general overview
XIII. The exploitation of privately owned assets through private initiatives: legal regulations
XIV. The exploitation of privately owned assets through public initiatives
XV. Conclusion: the conflict between protection and exploitation as reflected by the “binary” allocation of powers and the model of inter-institutional cooperation

Assessment methods and criteria

With regard to attending students, the exam covers the concepts, issues and problems carried out during the lectures as well as those presented in the recommended manual limited to the chapters indicated
With regard to non-attending students, the exam covers the concepts, issues and problems presented in the recommended manual limited to the indicated sections.

The examination will involve an oral discussion aimed at verifying knowledge of the law governing social services and in particular of the tasks and functions of the social worker and the capacity to deploy systematically the knowledge acquired and to analyse legal questions related to social services, including in particular limits on the action of social workers.

ERASMUS students

ERASMUS students are invited to contact the teacher responsible at the start of the course in order to be set a specific topic to be analysed in greater depth in a course essay. That essay will then be the object of an oral discussion in the examinations scheduled within the academic calendar.