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Encyclopedia of Consumer Law

Encyclopedia of Consumer Law
Number of volumes: 1
Practice Area:  Consumer Law
ISBN:  9780421253209
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Format:  Looseleaf
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In one manageable volume, the Encyclopedia of Consumer Law contains all the legislation and subordinate legislation (with annotations) in the area of consumer law. These are supported by notes of cases, circulars and notices from the Office of Fair Trading and EU directives and resolutions.
  • All UK and EU materials available in one source
  • Annotations provide vital guidance on interpreting difficult sections
  • Twice-yearly releases ensure the Encyclopedia is always up to date

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