In this essay the Author makes a first, critical evaluation on the implementation of Directive 2011/83/EU on consumer rights (Consumer Rights Directive, CRD) in the EU-Member States: by analysing how the new provisions have been integrated in the national private law systems and how they have been coordinated with the already existing prescriptions of consumer contract law; by verifying if, and until where, the overall goal of harmonising national laws pursued by the EU-Institutions has been effectively achieved; by evaluating the impact of the introduction of new rules on the national legal systems.

After the Implementation of the Consumer Rights Directive in the Member States. Are National Provisions on Consumer Sales Effectively Harmonised?

DE CRISTOFARO, Giovanni
2016

Abstract

In this essay the Author makes a first, critical evaluation on the implementation of Directive 2011/83/EU on consumer rights (Consumer Rights Directive, CRD) in the EU-Member States: by analysing how the new provisions have been integrated in the national private law systems and how they have been coordinated with the already existing prescriptions of consumer contract law; by verifying if, and until where, the overall goal of harmonising national laws pursued by the EU-Institutions has been effectively achieved; by evaluating the impact of the introduction of new rules on the national legal systems.
978-1-78068-371-3
DIRECTIVE 2011/83/EU - CONSUMER CONTRACTS - IMPEMENTATION IN THE MEMBER STATES - IMPACT ON NATIONAL CONTRACT LAW
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