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Member State Malta
Title EU harmonisation of national distance selling legislation: is the consumer adequately protected?
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Type monograph
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Author CASSAR, J.
Reference University of Malta, LL.D thesis
Publication Year 2012
Keywords cancellation of contract, consumer rights, digital content, distance contracting, Distance Selling Directive, information obligation, information requirements, informed choice, informed decision, passing of risk, right of cancellation, right of withdrawal, risk

Distance Selling Directive, link Consumer Rights Directive, link

This thesis analyses the regulation of distance selling at EU level. It first considers Directive 97/7EC and its transposition into national law. It then considers the deficiencies with this Directive. The author continues by tracing the path that led to Directive 2011/83/EU and analyses the main features thereof.

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