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Unfair terms, surety transactions and European harmonisation: a crucible of europeanised private law?
(Sweet & Maxwell., 2009)
This article examines, in the light of Barclays Bank Plc v Kufner, the vexed question of whether the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999 cover surety transactions. The authors also urge caution—given the ...
Orchestrating sub-prime consumer protection in retail banking: Abbey National in the context of europeanised private law
(Kluwer Law, 2011)
Abbey National contains a knot of domestic, doctrinal and European legal issues and provides a valuable insight into how the Common law deals with the ‘Europeanization’ of private law. The case concerned the extent of bank ...
Options between legislative intervention and judicial collaboration: improving the effectiveness and coherence of EU law.
(School of Law, Queen's University of Belfast, 2012)