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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.