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Consumers and the Law 3rd ed isbn 9780521605977

Consumers and the Law 3rd ed

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Ross Cranston, Julia BlackLecturer in Law, London School of Economics, Colin ScottLecturer in Law, London School of Economics

ISBN13: 9780406988027
ISBN: 0406988021
New Edition ISBN: 0521605970
Published: January 2000
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Reprinted with ISBN: 9780521605977

The third edition of Cranston's Consumers and the Law brings the reader fully up to date with developments in consumer law and includes important new material on utilities and financial services regulation. An internet home page has also been established for readers of this book. The home page has two main purposes. First, it provides links to websites containing primary sources such as codes, consultation documents and reports which are not always accessible in law libraries. Secondly it provides periodic updating information on key developments in law and policy.

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Subjects:
Consumer Law
Contents:
1. Introduction: the context of consumer protection
Part I. Business Self-Regulation
2. Business self-regulation
Part II. Private Law: 3. Private law in perspective
4. Minimum quality standards for products: retailers' liability
5. Minimum quality standards for products: manufacturers' liability
6. Minimum quality standards for services
7. Consumer credit
Part III. Public Control: 8. Broad statutory standards
9. The provision of information
10. Product standards
11. Controls of trade practices
12. Prior approval by licensing
Part IV. Conclusion.