Legal Literature detail
Article 2 (h)
|Reference||3(2) QRTL 7 Quarterly Review of Tort Law|
|Country||Ireland||Legal Literature date||2008|
|Author||A. SCHUSTER||Author initial|
|Title EN||The Consumer Protection Act 2007 — "Enforcing The New Rules"||URL EN||N/A|
|Keywords||aggressive commercial practices, average consumer, consumer rights, enforcement|
This article examines the impact on tort litigation of the Irish Consumer Protection Act, and argues that the Irish Consumer Protection Act gives consumers a right to bring an action in tort against traders who have engaged in unfair, misleading or aggressive commercial practices.