The Yearbook of Consumer Law 2007
Författare:Howells Geraint , Nordhausen Annette , Parry Deborah , Twigg-Flesner Christian
Titel:The Yearbook of Consumer Law 2007
Omfång:449 sid.
Typ av verk:Samlingsverk

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Contents: Articles 2006…to…Articles 2007: Reasonable expectations, good faith and self-regulatory codes, Alan Barron; Insolvent sellers and pre-paying buyers, Robert Bradgate and Fidelma White; Utility regulation in a small island state – ensuring a fair deal for consumers in Malta, Paul Edgar Micallef; No closer to harmonization? The implementation of Directive 1999/44/EC into English and German law three years on, Peter Rott and Christian Twigg-Flesner; Consumer law and European contract law, Reiner Schulze; The notion of the empowered and informed consumer in consumer policy and how to protect the vulnerable under such a regime, Jules Stuyck; The links between competition policy and consumer protection, Stephen Weatherill; The informed consumer v the vulnerable consumer in European unfair commercial practices law – a comment, Thomas Wilhelmsson; Liability for incorrect installation and other services associated with consumer goods, Chris Willett and David Oughton; The imperative for a strong regulatory approach to consumer protection, Angela Yeoman-Clark. Current Developments 2006…to…Current Developments 2007: General: The Italian Codice del Consumo – improved consumer protection through a new codification? Barbara Pasa and Martin Weitenberg; Consumer Safety: The general product safety regulations 2005: implementing Directive 2001/95–EC in the UK, Peter Cartwright; Consumer product safety regulation reform in Australia: ongoing processes and possible outcomes, Luke Nottage; Advertising and Marketing: Consumer Protection Act 1987 – new code of practice on pricing, Richard Bragg; The Unfair Commercial Practices Directive, Bertel De Groote and Kristof De Vulder; Contract: easyCar (UK) Limited v Office of Fair Trading, Elizabeth Hall; Preventing consumer credit over-commitment and irresponsible lending in Australia, Nicola Howell; Consumer Credit Bill, Eva Lomnicka; Linked contracts and doorstep selling: case note on ECJ, judgments of 25 October 2005, Cases C-350/03 – Schulte and C-229/04 – Crailsheimer Volksbank, Peter Rott; Access of Justice and Enforcement: Office of Fair Trading v MB Designs (Scotland) Limited and others, Gillian Black; Regulation EC 2006/2004 on consumer protection co-operation, Sarah Kaye; The proposal for a European small claims procedure, Mark Mildred; Current developments in private international law, Michel Van Huffel.
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