Tribunale Amministrativo Regionale

from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tribunale Amministrativo Regionale (TAR) is the Italian term for a "regional administrative court".


The regions only serve as the basis for the judicial districts ; the court holder is, as in ordinary jurisdiction , exclusively the Italian state. There is at least one administrative court in each region. These are courts of first instance . Together with the higher state council , they form the administrative judiciary of Italy.

Lawsuits against authorities must be filed within 60 days of the notification of the relevant decision. The tribunals of the regional administrative courts consist of three judges .

Regional administrative courts in Italy

For the time being, the following list only contains places of jurisdiction, first the courts in the regional capitals, then any branch offices that may be present. In general, courts of appeal for ordinary jurisdiction are also located at the places of jurisdiction of the regional administrative courts.

region Administrative court
Abruzzo L'Aquila , Pescara
Aosta Valley Aosta
Apulia Bari , Lecce
Basilicata Potenza
Emilia-Romagna Bologna , Parma
Friuli Venezia Giulia Trieste
Calabria Catanzaro , Reggio Calabria
Campania Naples , Salerno
Lazio Rome , Latina
Liguria Genoa
Lombardy Milan , Brescia
Brands Ancona
Molise Campobasso
Piedmont Turin
Sardinia Cagliari
Sicily Palermo , Catania
Tuscany Florence
Trentino-South Tyrol Trento , Bolzano
Umbria Perugia
Veneto Venice


Since 1888 there were authorities in Italy at the provincial level that took on administrative judicial functions. These were declared unconstitutional by the Constitutional Court in 1968 because they were subordinate to the executive and therefore did not meet the requirements of the republican constitution . In 1971 the independent regional administrative courts were introduced.

See also

Web links