Renzo Cavani

Renzo Cavani
Pontifical Catholic University of Peru | PUCP · Department of Law

Master of Laws
Full-time Assistant Professor of Procedural Law.

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Introduction
Renzo Cavani is Full-time Professor (profesor ordinario auxiliar) of Procedural Law in Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. He is also a PhD student in University of Girona (UdG). His current thesis project is about precedents and artificial intelligence. Member of Càtedra de Cultura Jurídica, PRODEJUS-PUCP, IAPL, IIDP, IBDP and ABDPro.

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Publications (15)
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Arevisedandreread studyabout Bentham on the admissibility of evidence has a historical and actual importance. The author noted that the judge must consider whether the evidence that has not yet been submitted is available to be admitted at trial within a reasonable period of time. If the evidence is important to the case, the judge must strive to o...
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El presente ensayo contiene un diagnóstico y una propuesta sobre las convenciones procesales en el proceso civil peruano. Comienza con una aproximación histórica a los orígenes del Código Procesal Civil peruano de 1993, mostrando que esta legislación tiene sus raíces en un modelo en el que el juez tiene grandes poderes y los de las partes fueron cl...
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This essay uses an analytic methodology in order to differentiate three approaches in the classical debate between activist (publicist) and adversarial (guarantee) models in the continental tradition of civil procedural law: the historical, philosophical and institutional approach. It is showed that each one of them has different premises of discus...
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This essay aims to answer the question that if a cassation court model is compatible with a precedent legal system, being that in the procedural law jurisprudence on cassation there are historical, descriptive, and normative elements (as it is in Piero Calamandrei's classical book "La cassazione civile"). Firstly, I try to identify two criteria to...
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This essay initiates by doing a brief historical account of the use of technology and marches and countermarches of the orality in Peruvian civil procedure, showing that the Peruvian Judiciary was pointed to implement two different models: the electronic judicial process and the orality model in the civil procedure. However, after the arrival of th...
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This essay criticizes the evidential power of art. 194 of Peruvian Civil Procedure Code and the concept of burden of proof (both of its dimensions: subjetive and objetive), and stresses the importance to work with the concept of "burden of introduce evidence in the procedure" in order to reach a more balanced interference of the judge in the activi...
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"El presente artículo analiza el tema de la acumulación de procesos en el CPC peruano de 1993, demostrando que existen deficiencias y omisiones en la regulación. De ahí busca interpretar la legislación procesal para identificar los tipos de acumulación y desacumulación y, asimismo, proponer criterios para orientar la práctica judicial con la finalidad...
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In this essay, two basic legal concepts, judicial decision and adjudication, are explored in the light of the discipline of Peruvian Civil Procedure Code of 1993 (CPC). This analysis is made from an analytic-dogmatic perspective, aiming to show that an adequate use of those concepts is decisive to solve practical problems, foremost in the field of...
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This article aims to criticize the actual understanding in Peruvian judicial and arbitration practice that the de-termination of controversial points merely consists in transcribing the requests of the complaint. Contrary to this, this text proposes that the judge or arbitrator should perform a truly activity of organization of the procedure, consi...
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O presente ensaio visa a demonstrar que para falar de decisão justa é preciso oferecer critérios que determinem quando estamos diante de uma decisão que possa ser qualificada como tal. Nesse sentido, parte-se da premissa de que uma justa estruturação procedimental não é suficiente para chegar à decisão que seja capaz de trazer tutela efetiva, adequ...
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En el presente artículo, el autor critica el V Pleno Casatorio desde una perspectiva de teoría del Derecho, atacando diversos puntos de la sentencia que, en su criterio, dejan mucho que desear. Se cuestiona, por ejemplo, el uso de los métodos sistemático y teleológico, del criterio de la especialidad y su calificación normativa (principio o meta-no...

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On the basis of a standard model of deliberative constitutionalism (previously identified its main elements such as democracy and the role of supreme courts concerning with judicial review and the last word), I will show that precedents are a question that deliberative constitutionalism model should have in count and, also, analyse its (in)compatibility. If it is the case, therefore is needed to problematize about judicial legislation (as if ocurrs in Peruvian or Brazilian systems) legal certainty, constraining, the role of the Parlament, differences between "constitutional precedents" and "infraconstitutional precedents" (which is relevant in systems with constitutional courts and supreme courts) and so on. This project, in conclusion, seeks to show a different view of theory of precedents from a different theory of democracy.