History, The Uniform Commercial Code, Product Safety, Truthful Advertising
Consumer Protection Laws
Consumers enter into transactions to purchase goods or services every day. These transactions are considered legally binding contracts because consideration (motive to enter into a contract) is being given on both sides; the merchant is providing the product and the consumer is agreeing to pay, whether the payment be in the form of cash or credit.
- Johnson, Daniel. The Consumer's Guide to Understanding and Using the Law. Cincinnati, OH: Betterway Books, 1981.
- Reader's Digest Family Legal Guide. Pleasantville, NY: Reader's Digest Association, Inc., 1981.
- Contract Law - What Is A Contract?, Sources Of Contract Law: The Statute Of Frauds, The Uniform Commercial Code
- Civil Rights and Equal Protection - The Notion Of Equality, The Mirage Of Equality, A Switch To Individual Rights, The Ongoing Expansion Of Equality
- Consumer Protection - History
- Consumer Protection - The Uniform Commercial Code
- Consumer Protection - Product Safety
- Consumer Protection - Truthful Advertising
- Other Free Encyclopedias