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Essai sur l'européanisation du droit de la consommation

Abstract : Consumer protection law is inherently impacted by EU law. European contract law in general, and European consumer protection law specifically, are at the heart of tensions between EU institutions. Driven by a desire to create a European Civil Code covering contract law, tort and negligence law, and negotiorum gestio, EU institutions are confronted with fear and hesitation at the local level regarding their specific characteristics. The legal debate analyses and assesses the short-term and structural impacts resulting from the 'Europeanisation' of consumer protection law. Like it or not, socio-economic conditions are changing and we can no longer disregard a global and European approach, if only to promote and expand the internal European market. Consumer protection law is an area where opposing interests collide, and these should be reconciled. That's why there have been proposals to standardise law at the European level – to create a homogeneous group of laws that are clear and accessible and that would guarantee efficient protection for consumers, who are key to this whole process
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Hanane Ouirini. Essai sur l'européanisation du droit de la consommation. Droit. Université d'Avignon, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016AVIG2051⟩. ⟨tel-01384348⟩



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