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New Law On Unfair Trade Practices In The Food Retail Sector
Slovakia has a history of legislation focused on regulating business to business relationships in the food retail sector.
Slovakia
5 Jul 2019
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What Does "Limited Space" Mean Under The Act On Distance Contracts And Off-Premises Contracts ("FAGG"; Fern- und Auswärtsgeschäfte-Gesetz")?
Directive 2011/83/EU of 25 October 2011 on consumer rights and the Fern- und Auswärtsgeschäfte-Gesetz impose many information obligations on traders before the consumer is bound by a distance or off-premises contract, ...
Austria
9 Apr 2019
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Proposal For EU Directive On Unfair Trading Practices In Business-To-Business Relationships In The Food Supply Chain
Can European farmers be certain that a bottle of milk or a kilo of apples will remain more expensive than a bottle of mineral water?
Bulgaria
28 Mar 2019
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New Polish Food Law Seeks To Counteract The Unfair Use Of Contractual Advantage
On 12 July 2017, a new act on counteracting the unfair use of contractual advantage in trade in agricultural and food products (the "Act") will enter into force in Poland.
Poland
28 Mar 2017
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New Rules On Labelling Products That Use Frozen Food In The Preparation Process
As of 20 October 2016, new legal provisions are in place in Romania setting out how consumers should be informed of products that use frozen foods in their preparation.
Romania
9 Nov 2016
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New Consumer Rights Act And New Rules Of Sales For Everybody
On 25 December 2014, the Consumer Rights Act, which also amended the Civil Code and introduced several new regulations on sales contracts concerning goods and services, entered into force.
Poland
6 Feb 2015
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Shops Shall Close On Sunday – Against All International Trends
On 15 December 2014, the Hungarian Parliament voted for the Sunday closure of shops as of 15 March 2015. This closure will apply to grocery, clothing, DIY, furniture, and electronics shops, as well as all other kinds of specialised retail stores.
Hungary
17 Dec 2014
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Promotional Bonuses – Anything Goes?
Following the abolishment of the Austrian prohibition of promotional bonuses, the admissibility of such sales promotion activities businesses is still confronted with certain pitfalls.
Austria
28 Jan 2014
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Simply The Best: The Risks In Stating Your Product Is Superior To All Others
The author discusses some important aspects when using superiority claims in advertising and potential sanctions for non-compliance.
Hungary
28 Jan 2014
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