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Consumer Law

Ius Commune Casebooks for a Common Law of Europe

Editor(s): Hans W Micklitz, Jules Stuyck, Evelyn Terryn
Media of Consumer Law
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Published: 12-03-2010
Format: EPUB eBook (?)
Edition: 1st
Extent: 688
ISBN: 9781847317308
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Ius Commune Casebooks for the Common Law of Europe
RRP: £53.98
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About Consumer Law

The objective of this casebook, like others in the Ius Commune Series, is to help uncover common roots, notwithstanding differences in approach, of the European legal systems, with a view to strengthening the common legal heritage of Europe. The casebook covers the big legal families in the EU and contains judgments from the supreme courts and other courts of the Member States. In view of the importance of EC legislation (eg harmonisation directives and regulations) in this field, the consumer law casebook contains much material derived from Community law, such as extracts from directives (eg on unfair contract terms, distance selling, doorstep selling, product liability, unfair commercial pratices etc) and judgments of the ECJ and national court decisions. Furthermore, attention is paid to the way in which, when interpreting EC directives in the consumer field, the ECJ refers to concepts common to the legal systems of the Member States and how the courts of the Member States incorporate the concepts found in the directives (as interpreted by the ECJ) in their legal systems. The casebook also compares harmonised and pre-harmonised law, especially in the case law of the Member States. The casebook concentrates on private law in the field of consumer protection but also addresses topics, in particular in the field of enforcement, that are primarily a matter of public law.

Please click on the link below to visit the series website:
http://www.casebooks.eu/consumerLaw

Table Of Contents

Chapter 1. General Part
Chapter 2. Trade Practices and Advertising
Chapter 3. Consumer Contract Law - General Part
Chapter 4. Consumer Contract Law - Specific Part
Chapter 5. Financial Services
Chapter 6. Product Safety and Product Liability (Products and Services)
Chapter 7. Litigation, Redress and Enforcement
Jean-Sébastien BORGHETTI (Paris, FR)
Sergio Cámara LAPUENTE (Uni La Rioja, ES)
Ewoud HONDIUS (Universiteit Utrecht, NL)
Geraint HOWELLS (Lancaster University, UK)
Hans-W. MICKLITZ (Universität Bamberg, DE)
Pauline RéMY-CORLAY (Université Paris-Sud 11, FR)
Peter ROTT (Uni Bremen, DE)
Jules STUYCK (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, BE)
Evelyne TERRYN (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, BE)
Lubos TICHY (Charles University Prague, CZ)
Christian TWIGG-FLESNER (University of Hull, UK)
Tom VAN DYCK (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, BE)
Stephen WEATHERILL (Oxford University, UK)
Thomas WILHELMSSON (University of Helsinki, FI)

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