Consumer Credit Law and Practice: A Guide is a useful single volume on the subject of consumer credit. It covers all aspects of consumer credit and consumer hire, contract terms, credit products, security instruments, procedures, practical problems and regulatory controls. Written in a clear and penetrating style, it draws on the Dennis Rosenthal's long experience as a practising solicitor and barrister specialising in this area. The fourth edition of Consumer Credit Law and Practice: A Guide includes coverage of changes to the Consumer Credit Act 1974 and regulations implemented by the EC Consumer Credit Directive ('CCD') (Directive 2008/48/EC) on consumer credit agreements. It also includes references to recent case law and the addition of the following chapters: The General Structure of Consumer Credit Legislation; Discrete Consumer Credit Agreements; Future Prospects. The book also contains useful information on the credit industry, including statistical details on credit and debit cards, licences and fraud.
This is a detailed guide on how to read WTO Schedules of Commitments for Goods and Services. The Schedules are part of the Legal Texts of the WTO Uruguay Round Agreements. They comprise about 27,000 pages of specific commitments by 153 members of the WTO on market access conditions for their markets. Understanding how to interpret the Schedules is essential for anyone wishing to glean information for academic, official, or business purposes. Commissioned and reviewed by the WTO Secretariat, this is a unique guide to understanding the Schedules.
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