By Hans Schulte-NÃÂ¶lke, Christian Twigg-Flesner, Martin Ebers
The EC purchaser legislations Compendium provides the result of a wide-ranging learn ready for the ecu fee. This compendium offers the reader with the required details for accomplishing pan-European, cross-border, shopper transactions. For the 1st time, the transposition of 8 key shopper directives into the nationwide legislation of all Member States is analyzed, together with these on revenues, unfair phrases, distance, and door-to-door revenues, in addition to package deal trip, and timeshare. The findings of this research demonstrate large ameliorations among a few of the nationwide enforcing measures due to using minimal harmonization clauses and regulatory strategies.
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526/1990), the Act on technical specification of products (No. 22/1997) and the Act on cross-border payments (No. 124/2002). III. Timeliness of transposition The CZECH REPUBLIC became member of the European Union on 1 May 2004. So the timeliness of the transposition of the Directives in the Czech Republic cannot be judged by comparing the dates when their laws came into force with the given deadlines. Transposing the Directives into Czech law was part of the necessary preparations for membership according to the Treaty of Accession.
Eva Lindell-Frantz Assistant Professor Department of Law University of Lund Lennart Johansson Department of Law University of Lund Dr. Christian Twigg-Flesner Senior Lecturer in Private Law Law School University of Hull United Kingdom 9 7. Independent Evaluator appointed by the Commission Centre for European Economic Law / Study Centre for Consumer Law, Prof. Dr. Jules Stuyck, University of Leuven 8. org) have contributed with all sorts of invaluable advice and other support, namely Prof. Dr. Gianmaria Ajani, University of Turin; Prof.
Use of minimum harmonisation When transposing the European Directives BELGIUM made extensive use of the minimum clauses: Unlike Directive 90/314, the Travel Act requires the information supplied, pursuant to TPA, Article 7 (Art. 4(1) of the Directive), to be in writing. As to unfair contract terms, the TPA as well as the Liberal Professions Act (LPA) contain a “blacklist” of clauses that are always considered unfair (per se unfair), whereas the Directive uses a list of clauses that may be considered unfair.