La réception par la jurisprudence de la législation sur le crédit à la consommation

Abstract : Consumers often engage themselves in a consumer habit in order to purchase domestic appliances or furniture. They can stand by protection when the parties begin to negociate and during the whole life of the contract. Consumer protection can be effected through a multiplicity of rules. First of all, there are the common rules. This rules are in the Code civil. A special law for consumers was born during the seventies. The first consumer credit law in France was the SCRIVENER law, 1978. Often modified since this date. The last significant modification resulted from an European directive, which was transfered by a law n°2010-737 on first july 2010. The main purpose of my research is to observe how the Cour de cassation articulates special and common rules. Does the special law really protect consumers ? Special law is very formal. Is it a chance or a problem for consumers ? If it is a problem, how the Cour de cassation can get around it ? Are common rules useful ?
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Patricia Franc. La réception par la jurisprudence de la législation sur le crédit à la consommation. Droit. Université Jean Monnet - Saint-Etienne, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015STETT117⟩. ⟨tel-01378007v2⟩



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