The villa in Cogne, where little Samuele Lorenzi was killed on January 30, 2002, remains the property of the Franzoni family. This was established by the Court of Aosta, declaring the executive procedure started at the request of the lawyer Carlo Taormina, former lawyer of Annamaria Franzoni, who had a claim against her client, to be extinguished. The basis of the dispute was the non-payment of the fee of the Roman lawyer, Franzoni’s defender in the trial for the murder of his son Samuele, in which she was accused. The sums were fully paid.
” It is a natural consequence of the fact that the obligation has been extinguished, that the due has been paid, therefore the procedure by law can no longer go on and therefore the judge must necessarily declare the extinction ”. The same goes for Adnkronos Giuseppina Foderà, Carlo Taormina’s lawyer.
“The prerequisites for the executive action have failed – explains the lawyer Foderà – which are the existence of an unpaid debt, when the debt is paid the executive action is extinguished. There is no room for discussions or discretionary evaluations , in a sense it is automatic ”.