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Some contemporary phenomena such as generalization of access to internet and mass tourism have strongly increased the internationalization of consumer law, a category formerly rather domestic. However, the internationalization of relationships has not always been followed by the updating of rules and mechanism to settle the new disputes that arise. In order to contribute to the improvement of that situation, we have conducted a comparative survey on the subject. in addition to classical issues of private international law (jurisdiction, applicable law and recognition and enforcement of foreign judgements), this book deals with the other methods (co-operation, procedural tools, arbitration, ADR) that legal systems could implement to cope with international protection of consumers.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationConsumer Protection in International Private Relationships / La protection des consommateurs dans les relations privees internationales
EditorsD P Fernandez Arryo
Place of PublicationAsuncion, Paraguay
PublisherCenter for the Studies of Law, Economy and Politics (CEDEP)
Pages17-30
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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Svantesson, D. J. B. (2010). Australia. In D. P. Fernandez Arryo (Ed.), Consumer Protection in International Private Relationships / La protection des consommateurs dans les relations privees internationales (pp. 17-30). Asuncion, Paraguay : Center for the Studies of Law, Economy and Politics (CEDEP)
Svantesson, Dan Jerker B. / Australia. Consumer Protection in International Private Relationships / La protection des consommateurs dans les relations privees internationales. editor / D P Fernandez Arryo. Asuncion, Paraguay : Center for the Studies of Law, Economy and Politics (CEDEP) , 2010. pp. 17-30
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Svantesson DJB. Australia. In Fernandez Arryo DP, editor, Consumer Protection in International Private Relationships / La protection des consommateurs dans les relations privees internationales. Asuncion, Paraguay : Center for the Studies of Law, Economy and Politics (CEDEP) 2010. p. 17-30