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EU Consumer Law

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ISBN13: 9781904501213
ISBN: 1904501214
Published: June 2004
Publisher: Richmond Law & Tax Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £152.50

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The Treaty on the European Union for the first time provided an explicit legal basis for EU intervention and initiatives aimed at protecting consumer health and safety and promoting consumers' interests. EU Consumer Law charts the development of consumer protection law and policy in the context of legislation and case law, and provides a uniquely comprehensive analysis of all EU legislative measures affecting consumers. The book covers core areas in consumer protection such as product liability, labelling and consumer contracts, in addition to other areas of consumer interest such as pharmaceuticals, financial services and dangerous substances, insofar as they relate specifically to consumer issues.

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Consumer Law, EU Law
1. Introduction; 2. The Development of EU Consumer Protection; 3. Product Liability and General Product Safety; 4. Safety of Agricultural Products And Foodstuffs; 5. Water; 6. Cosmetics; 7. Dangerous Substances and Preparations; 8. Toys; 9. Tobacco Products; 10. Community Warning and Information Systems; 11. Information; 12. Advertising and Unfair Commercial Practices; 13. Consumer Contracts; 14. Electronic Commerce; 15. Holidays and Travel; 16. Financial Services