Il testamento redatto in tempo di malattia contagiosa: radici romanistiche e letture attualizzanti
In: Bullettino dell'Istituto di Diritto Romano "Vittorio Scialoja": 10, 2020
The common feature of special last wills – even those composed during a contagious disease – is the balance between need for formal simplification and maintenance of certain essential guarantees for the testator. The equilibrium that Roman law demonstrates in the management of those aspects can still represent a useful model for the modern jurist. The discipline provided by Italian civil law could be understood in an extensive manner and allows – through its actualizing explanation – the possibility of completing a special last will remotely (via the web) without losing the essential protection of the testator.