Reversing the relationship between rule and exception in the transmission of the surname is the subject of the interlocutory Constitutional Court's judgement. This could lead to a reconsideration of the agreement on the family name. In our system, there is no subjective right to choose the family name, which has an identifying function. It is possible to opt for a different model, like many European countries, but the choice is reserved for the law.

Family surname and legislative competence. The Constitutional Court at a crossroads

PIGNATARO GISELLA
2022

Abstract

Reversing the relationship between rule and exception in the transmission of the surname is the subject of the interlocutory Constitutional Court's judgement. This could lead to a reconsideration of the agreement on the family name. In our system, there is no subjective right to choose the family name, which has an identifying function. It is possible to opt for a different model, like many European countries, but the choice is reserved for the law.
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