Modernising Consumer Law: The experience of the Western Balkan
Title: Modernising Consumer Law: The experience of the Western Balkan
Citation: Baden-Baden, Nomos, 2012, Institut fur Europaisches Wirtschafts- und Verbraucherrecht; Schriftenreihe des Instituts fur Europaisches Wirtschafts- und Verbraucherrecht e.V
This study reports on the state of consumer law and practice in 6 Western Balkan countries (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, FYROM, Montenegro, Serbia). It pays particular attention to how these countries have adapted their consumer law in accordance with the EU acquis in the hope that it has permitted the studied countries to assume a more activist role in protecting their consumers, especially following the civil war in this unfortunate region.
Table of Contents:
• Overview • Introduction • The Law of the Western Balkan Countries in the Mirror of Consumer Law • Hans-W. Micklitz with the collaboration of Mateja Djurovic Explanatory Memorandum to the Draft Proposal of a Model Consumer Law (MCL) and the Final Text of the Serbian • Consumer Protection Act (S CPA) • Mara Karanikic/Hans-W. Micklitz/Norbert Reich with the collaboration of Mateja Djurovic • A Note on the New Serbian Consumer Legislation Annex Ito the Explanatory Memorandum • Marija Karanikic/Norbert Reich • with the collaboration of Mateja Djurovic • A Note on Out-of-Court Settlement in the New Serbian Consumer Protection Legislation • Annex II to the Explanatory Memorandum • Marija Karanikic/Norbert Reich • Consumer Protection Act • 16 detailed Tables of comparison • Consumer Organisations in Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro and FYR Macedonia • Ruth Anna Biittner/Drago Trbojevic • Consultancy to the Legal Reform of Serbia: Consumer Law, Consumer Protection • Thomas Roethe
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