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Encyclopedia of Consumer Credit Law

Encyclopedia of Consumer Credit Law
Number of volumes: 5
ISBN:  9780414093348
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Bringing you unrivalled and expert commentary on all of the relevant statutes and statutory instruments, the Encyclopedia of Consumer Credit Law:
  • Includes full coverage of the Consumer Credit Acts of 1974 and 2006 and their interpretation by the courts
  • Sets out in full all statutory provisions, along with comprehensive annotations
  • Enables quick and accurate searching through full indexing and cross-references
  • Provides immediate access to the essential information, enabling you to provide your clients with immediate guidance and advice, saving you endless research time
  • Keeps you fully abreast of essential legislation through two updating releases a year, providing details of new and important developments in the field.

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Volume 1
Part 1- Introduction
Part 2- Consumer Credit Act 1974
Part 2A- Consumer Credit Act 2006
Part 2B- Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Abridged)
Part 3- Orders and Regulations under the Consumer Credit Act 1974

Volume 2
Part 4- Determinations Issued by the Office of Fair Trade
Part 5- CONC: Consumer Credit Sourcebook
Part 6- Related Statutes
Part 7A- Related Orders
Part 8- (removed)
Part 9- European Union Law
Part 10- Codes of Practice

Volume 3
Consumer Credit Law Reports (1980-2000)

Volume 4
Consumer Credit Law Reports (2002-Present)


Professor Eva Lomnicka, K.C. (Hon.), King’s College London, and David Bowden, Barrister, Erimus Chambers


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