Consumer protection

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  • The Consumer Protection Laws : Consumer Product Protection

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    Consumer Protection Consumer protection laws are government and state statutes representing deals and credit works on including consumer products. The objective of consumer protection laws is to place consumers, who are normal residents taking part in business arrangements, for example, purchasing products or getting cash, on an even standard with organizations or natives who consistently take part in business. Generally, consumer exchanges—buys of merchandise or administrations for individual

  • Consumer Rights Protection Policies And Consumer Protection Policy Essay

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    RODUCTION Consumer rights protection has been an ongoing phenomena, since the 50 B.C when the Roman Government passed the Lex Julia de Annona statute to protect consumers for roman citizens. In Tanzania consumer rights protection came during the era of low commodity production, consumers faced a problems in terms of goods that were imported and exported, hence it became necessary to have laws to protect the consumers. It is vivid that consumer protection goes hand in hand with the laws on competition

  • Measures for the Protection of E-Consumers

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    MEASURES FOR THE PROTECTION OF E-CONSUMER In this electronic age there is a need to protect consumers‟ interest and following are the areas of central importance for the effective protection of e-consumers. 1. Correct Information An informed consumer is self sufficient to look after her/his own interests than an uninformed consumer. Appropriate information on the products is very important for e-consumers as that can help the consumers to assess the benefits and risks of entering into a particular

  • Essay on Consumer Protection

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    Consumer Protection In this guide I will clarify many issues concerning consumer protection, the first issue I would like to clarify is what consumer protection is all about. Consumer protection is about protecting ordinary people who buy goods and services, from the being sold faulty goods or poor quality services from dodgy traders. Any person has some basic legal

  • Impact of Consumer Protection Agencie in Nigeria

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    IMPACT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION AGENCIES IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF CPC, CAFON AND CEON BY AMZAT SHERIFFDEEN ADEWALE MATRIC NO: 06076963 A PROJECT SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FUFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF BACHELOR OF ARTS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MASS COMMUNICATION, FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY, AGO-IWOYE, OGUN STATE. MARCH, 2012 CHAPTER ONE 1.0 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Consumer protection is defined as the efforts of the government and private organizations

  • Law, Consumer Protection Act And Competition Law

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    controlled through legislation, that is, laws can be imposed on businesses by United Kingdom courts and government. Therefore, the three main areas of legislation by which the law affects business in the United Kingdom are through employment law, consumer protection Act and competition law. The employment law as the name typifies is the law that regulates the relationship between workers, trade unions, employers and the government and the main types of employment status include workers, employees,

  • The Reform And Consumer Protection Act ( Dodd Frank )

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    There are a number of existing consumer protection laws that were handed over to the CFPB including the Truth-in-Lending Act, Equal Credit Opportunity Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. The CFPB will ensure consumers receive simple and accurate information with applying for a mortgage, credit card, personal loan and any other financial products and services

  • Consumer Protection Law of Uae

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    Consumer Protection Law of UAE In United Arab Emirates; a new federal consumer protection law has been promulgated. Under which a consumer protection committee formed to monitor the prices of consumer goods. The provisions of the laws advocate the principle of healthy competition and fighting monopoly and commercial fraudulence. The new legislation is complementing other laws concerning civil procedures, commercial fraudulence, commercial agencies, industry organization and trading in precious

  • System Thoughts Regarding The Consumer Protection Act

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    System Thoughts Concerning the Consumer Protection Act One can only speculate as to why the data reflects such a dramatic decrease in the number of consumer loans processed in 2014, but based on the responses captured by the System survey it would appear that the increased costs to comply with the revised consumer lending regulations and reluctance by some System institutions may be some of the major factors. However, the mass majority of institutions indicated although there is an added cost or

  • The Consumer Protection Act ( 1986 )

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    INTRODUCTION TO THE CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT(1986) The modern era is considered to be the era of consumers. No country can ever disregard the interest of the consumers. This is best argued through the process of rapid enactment of consumer protection laws throughout the world. In addition to consumer protection acts throughout the world, one can easily find the rapidly rising rate of lawmaking for consumers in the developing countries like Sri Lanka, Thailand, Philippines,Mongolia, Mauritius , China

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