Cranston's Consumers and the Law

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Cambridge University Press, 2000 - 546 páginas
The third edition of Cranston's Consumers and the Law brings the reader fully up to date with developments in consumer law and includes important new material on utilities and financial services regulation. An internet home page has also been established for readers of this book. The home page has two main purposes. First, it provides links to websites containing primary sources such as codes, consultation documents and reports which are not always accessible in law libraries. Secondly it provides periodic updating information on key developments in law and policy.
 

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CHAPTER
1
Competition market economics and consumer protection
22
CHAPTER 2
39
CHAPTER 7
42
Advertising selfregulation
51
PRIVATE LAW
73
CHAPTER 4
136
ss 5574 241 5 82
155
CHAPTER 8
289
Conclusion
334
Channels of information disclosure
340
Food labelling
354
Disclosure regulation in perspective
372
Setting standards
380
voluntary standards and soft
391
Defences to product standards offences
400

Correspondence with description
156
Remedies
163
CHAPTER 5
173
Tortious liability for property damage personal injuries
180
Conclusion
195
Conclusions
227
Consumer credit
229
262 139 204
262
Conclusion
407
Controls of trade practices
409
CHAPTER 12
440
Prior approval by licensing
447
CHAPTER 13
507
The future regulation of consumer markets
522
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