The Yearbook of Consumer Law 2007
The Yearbook of Consumer Law provides a valuable guide to developments in the consumer law field with a domestic, regional and international dimension. The volume presents a range of peer-reviewed scholarly articles, analytical in approach and focusing on specific areas of consumer law, including; sales, credit or safety and more general issues such as consumer law theory. The book also includes a section dedicated to significant developments during the period covered, such as key legislative developments or important court decisions. There is also a review section providing comment on recent publications in this area. The book provides an essential resource for all those, academic and practitioner, working in the areas of consumer law and policy.
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Insolvent Sellers and Prepaying Buyers
Utility Regulation in a Small Island State Ensuring a Fair Deal
No Closer to Harmonisation? The Implementation of Directive
Consumer Law and European Contract Law
The Notion of the Empowered and Informed Consumer in
The Links Between Competition Policy and Consumer Protection
The Informed Consumer v the Vulnerable Consumer in European
Liability for Incorrect Installation and Other Services Associated
The Imperative for a Strong Regulatory Approach to Consumer
easyCar UK Limited v Office of Fair Trading
Consumer Credit Bill
Case Note on ECJ
Regulation EC 20062004 on Consumer Protection Cooperation
The Proposal for a European Small Claims Procedure
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The Law and Consumer Credit Information in the European Community: The ...
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