Consumer’s Rights in the Free Market Economy – A Comparative Study between Jordanian and Iraqi Law
Keywords:Consumer rights, Free market economy, Jordanian law, Iraqi law
This study aims to highlight the rights of consumer in the free market economy, according to Jordanian law and Iraqi law. The called rights appear through the offence of violating consumer rights, breach of contractual obligations, and misleading commercial advertisements. The concept of consumer rights dates back to 1962, with US President Kennedy declaring in a congressional meeting four basic consumer rights, to which four rights were added later, for a total of eight rights: Right to Safety; Right to Healthy Environment; Right to Representation; Right to Access to Information; Right to Education and Awareness; Right to Choose; Right of Recourse from Contract/Right to Withdraw from Contract Right to Litigation and Compensation. The study will deal with these consumer rights, guaranteed by law.
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