Consumer Credit

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Royston Miles Goode
BRILL, Jan 1, 1978 - Law - 488 pages
Consumer Protection 2000 is a compilation of papers received at the Summer 1992 conference sponsored by the McGeorge School of Law at Salzburg, Austria. These papers provide a most helpful & instructive kaleidoscope of diverging scenarios from many, if not most, of the Western post-industrial countries. The reports provide a rational basis for assessing aspects of the best ingredients for a 'civilized society'.

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Contents

CHAP
8
OF THE SCOPE AND STRUCTURE CONSUMER CREDIT
26
LICENSING
37
CONTROLLING THE COST OF CREDIT
47
THE LEGAL PROTECTION OF ACCESS TO THE CREDIT MARKET
61
9
86
10
92
Consumer credit in the
95
France By MarieThérèse CalaisAuloy
219
France
221
Federal Republic of Germany By Wolfgang Freiherr
232
Sweden By Peter Westerlind
260
England By J K Macleod and M Cronin with
269
The United States By Carl Felsenfeld
313
CONSUMER CREDIT AND THE
341
Consumer credit and the EECa banking view By R F
363

11
98
The future
103
CHAP PAGE
109
The social benefits and costs of consumer credit
127
CHAP PAGE
141
PART III
147
C
159
CONSUMER CREDIT LAW IN SELECTED COUNTRIES
160
Australia By Rowena Armstrong 157
186
12
218
PART V
370
APPENDICES
385
APP PAGE
387
SCOPE OF TRANSACTIONAL CONTROL
394
PART II
399
Selected official reports
467
The social benefits and costs of consumer credit
469
Index
473
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