- A comparison between the provisions of the draft Common Frame of Reference and the European Commission’s proposal for a Consumer Rights Directive: how the CFR can improve the Consumer Rights Directive
- Number of pages
- Brussels: European Parliament
- Document type
- Faculty of Law (FdR)
- Centre for the Study of European Contract Law (CSECL)
This study provides an in-depth and detailed comparison between the draft Common Frame of Reference and the Commission's proposal for a Consumer Rights Directive. Furthermore, it identifies those provisions of the CFR which could be used when amending the Proposal for a Consumer Rights Directive in the framework of the legislative procedure. In this regard, the study suggests some amendments based on the CFR. A correlation table between the provisions of the CFR and the provisions of the proposed Consumer Rights Directive is provided in the annex of the study.
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