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Consumer Sales Law: The Law Relating to Consumer Sales and Financing of Goods 2nd ed (eBook)

ISBN13: 9781135241865
ISBN: 0415415667
Published: December 2006
Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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Consumer sales law involves the law relating to the supply of goods to consumers, which has become a very significant part of the UK economy in the last fifty years. Legally, it has become unnecessarily complicated because of the many strands of the law applicable. Much of this can be traced to the attraction consumer protection exerts over politicians, the last five years seeing an upheaval in consumer credit law, embodied in numerous heavyweight statutory instruments and a major new Consumer Credit Act in 2006.

This book attempts to equip the reader with an idea of how this fast-changing subject is likely to develop through the inclusion of both British and European reform proposals which seem likely to take place at publication.

Consumer Law, eBooks
Part 1: The Nature of the Contracts for the Supply of Goods
1. Introduction
2. Subject-Matter of the Supply Contract: Goods and Price

Part 2: Consumer Protection
3. Regulation of Business
4. Consumer Protection and the Criminal Law
5. Consumer Protection and Instalment Credit
6. Licensing
7. Moneylending

Part 3: Negotiating Supply Contracts
8. Seeking Business
9. Formalities of the Agreement
10. Formation of the Agreement

Part 4: The Contents of a Contract for the Supply of Goods
11. Contractual Terms
12. Undertakings as to Title
13. Undertakings as to Quantity and Quality
14. Undertakings as to Fitness and Satisfactory Quality
15. Other Implied Terms and Obligations
16. Financed Transactions
17. Product Liability
18. Exclusions and Disclaimers

Part 5: The Conveyance in Supply Contracts
19. The Effects of the Contract
20: The Passing of Property
21. The Transfer of Title
22. Risk and Impossibility

Part 6: The Price in Sale and Hire Purchase Contracts
23. Delivery and Possession
24. The Unpaid Supplier's Possessory Rights
25. Security for the Price

Part 7: Discharge, Enforcement and Remedies
26. Discharge of Contractual Obligations
27. Remedies of the Supplier: 'Creditor or Owner'
28. Enforcement by Public Authorities
29. Remedies of the Transferee: 'debtor or hirer'