Nové prostriedky ochrany spotrebiteľa v spotrebiteľských sporoch podľa CSP.
The legal specificities of consumer relations, which are largely reflected in the substantive law, have influenced also the procedural law – new Code of Civil Disputes Proceedings. The paper focuses on the specificities, deviations and application issues in the consumer disputes resolution process which are different from the decision-making process of other “standard disputes”.
The author deals with the breach of the principle of the adversarial nature of court proceedings in the consumer disputes, the principle of concentration in consumer disputes, and discusses widely the legal interpretation of the Court´s duty in relation to judgments regarding consumers.
The author's goal is also to point out some application issues that can bring judicial practice into the ‘consumer dispute resolution process’ in the light of one of the fundamental rights, which is the right to a fair trial.