This paper analyses the destiny of “sojourn contracts” (“contratti di soggiorno”) entered into prior to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, for services to be enjoyed during the emergency period. The work focuses, in particular, on the analysis of the emergency provisions introduced by the Italian legislator in favour of the tourism sector, by allowing professionals operating in the tourism sector to postpone the timing of the sojourn by issuing a voucher to be used in one year following the issuance date as an alternative to the reimbursement of any payment made prior to the emergency periods solutions in conformity with the principles of solidarity adopted in order to balance and safeguard the various interests.

"Contratti di soggiorno" e COVID 19. Parte prima, nel periodo emergenziale.

claudia irti
2020

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This paper analyses the destiny of “sojourn contracts” (“contratti di soggiorno”) entered into prior to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, for services to be enjoyed during the emergency period. The work focuses, in particular, on the analysis of the emergency provisions introduced by the Italian legislator in favour of the tourism sector, by allowing professionals operating in the tourism sector to postpone the timing of the sojourn by issuing a voucher to be used in one year following the issuance date as an alternative to the reimbursement of any payment made prior to the emergency periods solutions in conformity with the principles of solidarity adopted in order to balance and safeguard the various interests.
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