THE CONSUMER CONCEPT IN G.O. NO. 107/1999 AND G.O. NO. 21/1992. COMPARATIVE APPROACH
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Andreea-Teodora Stanescu: University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law
Law, Society & Organisations, 2017, issue 2 (1/2017), 23-27
Government Ordinance no. 107/1999 is a normative act with relevance in the field of consumer protection. Thus, according to Article 30, the ordinance is supplemented by GO no. 21/1992 on consumer protection. In this context, it should be noted that the notion of consumer as defined by GO no. 107/1999 is not identical to that used in consumer protection regulations. Thus, contracts for the sale of package travels may be contracts concluded with consumers from the perspective of GO no. 107/1999, but not from the point of view of consumer protection regulations. This study will identify the features of the consumer concept in GO no. 107/1999 and in GO no. 21/1992, as a normative act comprising the common law in the field of consumer protection. By identifying the differences between concepts, this study will exemplify their legal relevance in terms of consumer protection against the introduction of unfair contract terms.
Keywords: Consumer; Consumer protection; Unfair contract terms; Contract for marketing of package travels; G.O. No. 21/1992; Law No. 193/2000; G.O. No. 107/1999 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: K12 K20 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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