ISSUE: 4/2009

  • Volume 52
  • Number 4
  • 2009


Studia Europejskie –
Studies in European Affairs

ISSN: 1428-149X
e-ISSN: 2719-3780

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Granice ochrony konsumenta w umowach zawieranych na odległość – wybrane zagadnienia

The limits of consumer protection in Internet contracts – selected issues


Issues addressed in the article regard the trans position of directives based on minimum harmonisation clauses asexem plified by the Directive 97/7 on distance selling. One of recent judgments of the Court of Justice in Luxembourg brings revision of the definition of measures that have equivalent effect on quantitative restrictions within the meaning of Article 29 of the TEU. The Court held that the Artic le 29 EC did not preclude national rules which prohibit a su plier, in cross-border distance selling, from requiring an advance or any payment from a consumer before the expiry of the with drawal period, however, that the Article 29 EC did preclu de a prohibition, under those rules, to request the number of the consumer’s payment card before the expiry of that period. The importance of the case when referred to the practice of national legislation, is that it aims to wards harmonisation of legal standards

Language: Polish

Pages: 125-142

How to Cite:


Stefanicki, R. (2009) "Granice ochrony konsumenta w umowach zawieranych na odległość – wybrane zagadnienia". Studia Europejskie – Studies in European Affairs, 4/2009, pp. 125-142.