The consumer acts with a lack of sufficient information and scarce bargaining power, which prevents him from making consumption decisions under fair conditions. Neither judicial rulings nor the Law have managed to make professionals and consumers aware of the need to humanize the massive distribution of goods and services. University faculties and academic forums should begin to build the foundations of a Law that involves and concerns us all: the Right to Consume and
|Effective start/end date||7/1/11 → 9/28/12|
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