The ECJ configuration of an EU constitutional procedural status for consumer protection

Revista Quaestio Iuris 12 (1):39-55 (2019)
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This paper aims to study the configuration of a constitutional procedural status for consumers in the European Court ofJustice case law. Although we can see Consumer Protection primary asan instrument to develop the EU interna! market, it is also a relevant instrument to define the Individual Economic Status of EU citizens and residents as equality players in the EU market. Firstly, we will point out our motivation and objectives of the paper. After that we will explain our methodology, and we will study the EU regulation bases and the concept of consume. Finally, we will analyse the relevant case law which developed the EU constitutional procedural status for EU consumers.

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