Raising Awareness on Access to Justice
Raising Awareness on Access to Justice

Research

Consumers' cross-border disputes resolution: European Order of Payment and European Small Claims Procedure 

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION
1. SHORT SURVEY OF CONSUMERS RIGHTS PROTECTION IN EUROPEAN LAW
1.1. Statistics of European consumers cross-border complaints
1.2. European instruments of consumers rights protection
1.2.1. European Consumer Centres Network (ECC-Net)
1.2.2. Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
1.2.3. Collective redress
1.2.4. Individual judicial redress
2. DETERMINATION OF JURISDICTION IN CROSS-BORDER CONSUMERS DISPUTES
3. EUROPEAN ORDER FOR PAYMENT AS CROSS-BORDER CONSUMERS REDRESS MECHANISM
3.1. European order for payment: purpose and mission
3.2. Issuance procedure of European order for payment: advantages and disadvantages
3.3. Lithuanian approach: legal implementation in national law and practical application
3.4. Bulgarian approach: legal implementation in national law and practical application
4. EUROPEAN SMALL CLAIMS PROCEDURE AS CROSS-BORDER CONSUMERS REDRESS MECHANISM
4.1. European small claims procedure: purpose and mission
4.2. European small claims procedure: advantages and disadvantages
4.3. Lithuanian approach: legal implementation in national law and practical application
4.4. Bulgarian approach: legal implementation in national law and practical application
HIGHLIGHTS
LIST OF USED LITERATURE

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