Usklađenost prava zaštite potrošača u Republici Srbiji i Bosni i Hercegovini sa pravom Evropske Unije

TitleUsklađenost prava zaštite potrošača u Republici Srbiji i Bosni i Hercegovini sa pravom Evropske Unije
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsMijatović, MDukić, Sudžuka, E
JournalEvropsko zakonodavstvo
VolumeGodina XV
Issuebr. 56-57
Pagination142-158
Date Published9/2016
Type of ArticleOriginal scientific paper
ISSN1451-3188
Accession Number366.542(497.11:4-672EU)
Call Number1451-3188, 15 (2016)
Keywordsconsumer protection, contract law, reform, unification
Abstract

This paper analyzes the relevant legislation in the field of consumer protection inthe European Union and gives a comparative analysis of the legislation of theRepublic of Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina on their path to the European Union.All member states, as well as candidate countries or potential candidates for EUmembership, have to introduce into the national legislation the adequate standardsof consumer protection regulated by primary and secondary EU legislation. TheRepublic of Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina have introduced the specificlegislation regulating this area, making it separated from the lex generalis regulationsof the Law of Obligations, which indicates the importance of this area and the needfor reform of the most important legislation in the field of contractual relations, theObligations Act from 1978, which must be adapted to new social trends, and regionaland universal integration processes and among other important provisions it shouldimprove the standards of consumer rights protection.Key words: unification, contract law, consumer protection, reform.

URLhttp://www.diplomacy.bg.ac.rs/eZakon_all_sr.php#new
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