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Ius et Praxis

versão On-line ISSN 0718-0012

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CHECA GONZALEZ, Clemente. La Responsabilidad Patrimonial de la Administración Pública con Fundamento en la Declaración de Inconstitucionalidad de una Ley. Ius et Praxis [online]. 2004, vol.10, n.1, pp.45-75. ISSN 0718-0012.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-00122004000100003.

This article examines whether the Government is liable for property damage for the action of its Legislative Branch, when one of its acts is declared unconstitutional. Special attention is given to the case of acts under the provisions of which revenues are collected from the citizens prior to the declaration of unconstitutionality. The relevant retrospective and prospective decisions of the Spanish Constitutional Court are discussed. In the case of the latter type of decisions, we examine the doctrine of the Spanish Supreme Court that authorizes compensations to the aggrieved party, insofar as all requirements to declare the liability of government agencies for property damage are fully met.

Palavras-chave : Property damage liability of the Administration; Property damage liability of the Government for constitutional acts; Property damage liability of the Government for unconstitutional acts; Effects of constitutional courts decisions; Unconstitutionality with and without nullification; Prospective decisions; Refund of tax revenues; Dangeville Case.

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