• Informations concernant la doctrine
    • État membre: France
    • Titre: The European viewpoint on the trivialisation of the concept of “service“ in consumer law.
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    • Type: Article
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    • Auteur: DE VINCELLES, C.
    • Référence: Recueil Dalloz. Dalloz. P. 548.
    • Année de publication: 2019
    • Mots clés: group action, interpretation, consumer law, real state rentals, ELAN Law,
  • Articles de la directive
    Consumer Rights Directive, Chapter 1, Article 3, 2. Consumer Rights Directive, Chapter 1, Article 3, 3., (f) Consumer Rights Directive, Chapter 2, Article 5
  • Note introductive

    Eclairage européen sur la banalisation de la notion de « service » en droit de la consommation.

    Many areas of consumer law are reserved for "sale and service" contracts, such as group action, without considering the European origin of this field of application. It is through this prism that it takes on its full meaning. By ignoring it and maintaining a single national viewpoint, the interpretation of consumer law runs the risk of, at best, inconsistency, and at worst, non-conformity with European law. In this context, the extension of the group action to violations arising from real estate rentals at the initiative of the ELAN law, if it is correct in substance, is open to criticism in its form and in what it reveals regarding the lack of a European perspective.

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