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Unfair Contract Terms in European Law : A Study in Comparative and EC Law - Paolisa Nebbia

Unfair Contract Terms in European Law

A Study in Comparative and EC Law

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The book examines Directive 93/13 on Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts and its implementation with a twofold aim: first, to understand the extent to which the Directive has influenced and will influence fundamental notions and principles of contract law in the domestic legal systems of the Member States; second, it examines the extent to which the domestic legal traditions of the Member States have influenced the process of drafting of the Directive and, more importantly, will affect the way that the Directive is interpreted and applied in national courts. The focus is mainly on English law (including the 2005 Unfair Terms in Contracts Bill) and on Italian law, but frequent references are made to the French and the German systems. At the same time, the book has a broader, more 'European' concern, in that it aims to distill from the existing Community acquis and from the history and rationale of Directive 93/13 notions and concepts that could guide its interpretation. It is well known that Community law uses terminology which is peculiar to it, and that legal concepts do not necessarily have the same meaning in EC law and in the law of the various Member States: every provision of Community law must be placed in its context and interpreted in the light of its own objectives and rationale, and of the objectives and rationale of Community law as a whole. In this respect, this book aims to identify the contours and features of the emerging European legal tradition, and to assess the impact that this may have on the domestic traditions.

...an excellent example for comparative studies in the field of European Consumer Law. Jules Stuyck Common Market Law Review Vol 46, Issue 3, 2009 A welcome contribution to European scholarship. This is a well-written book. Jan M. Smits Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law Volume 16, Number 4, 2009

Introduction
Directive 93/13 and EC Consumer Law and Policy
A brief outline of Directive 93/13
The EC involvement in consumer policy and the roots of Directive 93/13
The rationale of the directive: the internal market argument The consumer protection argument
The future of Directive 93/13
Unfair Terms Regulation: A Comparative Study
Overview
The rationale of unfair terms control in Italy and England
Implementation of Directive 93/13 in England and in Italy
Unfair Terms Control in England and Italy
Formal controls
Substantive controls
Different methods of adjudication
Subjective Scope of Application
The consumer in EC law
National traditions
Areas of conflict between the domestic and the European definitions
The business party
Application to Public Services
The national traditions
A 'European' approach to public services in Directive 93/13
Objective Scope of Application
Individually negotiated terms
'Core' exclusions
Contracts relating to land
Formal and Substantive Controls
Formal controls
Substantive controls
Different methods of adjudication
Conclusion
Convergence and divergence in the interpretation of Directive 93/13
The European Court of Justice as the engine of European integration?
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ISBN: 9781841135946
ISBN-10: 1841135941
Series: Modern Studies in European Law
Audience: BAC
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 246
Published: 8th February 2007
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.24  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.52
Edition Number: 1