UK Consumer Protection Law (Milan)

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
En Milan, Italy (Italia)

£ 5.000 - ($ 18.972.509)
+ IVA

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  • Curso
  • Milan, italy (Italia)
  • Duración:
    5 Days
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Descripción

By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to: Demonstrate a heightened understanding about the provisions of consumer protection laws and its application. Determine the role of the Competition Commission in Promoting Fairness for. Consumers. Determine the role of Local Trading Standards in protecting consumer rights. Specify the retailer's liability under the Consumer Protection Laws. Know the liability of manufacturer under the Consumer Protection Laws. Explain in detail the principles of 'Repair of Refund'.
Suitable for: Consumer Protection Agency Officials, Manufacturers, Retailers, Wholesalers, Manufacturing Representatives, Customer Relations Personnel, Client Relations Personnel, Commodity Traders, Academics, Marketing and Sales Personnel, All Those with an Interest in UK Consumer Protection Law

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Requisitos: Degree or Work Experience

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Milan, Italy
Via Washington, 66 Milan, 20146, Milano, Italia
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Interpreting
IT Law
Personnel
Trading
IT
Law
Trading Standards

Programa académico

Course Contents, Concepts and Issues

  • Consumer Protection Laws: UK Consumer Law
  • The Role of the Competition Commission in Promoting Fairness for Consumers
  • Role of Local Trading Standards in Protecting Consumer Rights
  • The Role of the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) in Protecting Consumers, in Relation to:
  • Construction and PropertyConsumer Credit
  • Financial and Professional Services
  • Pharmaceutical and Health
  • Retail and Wholesale
  • Transport
  • Retailer Liability
  • Manufacturer Liability
  • Repair of Refund: Interpreting the Law
  • Manufacturers’ Warranty
  • Fit For Purpose: Retail Implications
  • When is a Sale Not a ‘Sale’?
  • Money as a Legal Tender: Consumer Rights in Paying For Goods and Services
  • Unfair Contract Terms
  • Dealing With Unfair Terms in Home Improvement Contracts
  • Unfair Terms in Holiday Caravan Agreements
  • Interpreting the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts
  • Regulations 1999
  • Interpreting the Law in Relation to:
  • Financial Penalties
  • Cancellation Clauses
  • Supplier's Right to Cancel Without Notice
  • Excessive Notice Periods for Consumer Cancellation
  • Binding Consumers to Hidden Terms
  • Supplier's Rights to Vary Terms Generally
  • Right to Change What Is Supplied
  • Price Variation Clauses
  • Supplier's Right of Final Decision
  • Entire Agreement and Formality Clauses
  • Binding Consumers Where the Supplier Defaults
  • Supplier's Right to Assign Without Consent
  • Restricting the Consumer's Remedies
  • Analysis of Other Terms Considered Potentially Unfair
  • Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008
  • Payment Protection Insurance Market Investigation Order 2011.
  • Consumer Credit Directive (CCD) 2010/ 2011
  • Selling At a Distance and the Distance Selling
  • Estate Agents Act 1979
  • OFT’s Consumer Codes Approval Scheme
  • Core Criteria for Consumer Codes of Practice