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Consumer Protection in Jordanian Discount Sales: A Comparative Study with the Legislations of France, Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates

In: Arab Law Quarterly
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Tariq Kameel Department of Private Law, Al-Ain University Al Ain United Arab Emirates
Department of Law, Arab American University Jenin, Palestine

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Fayez Alnusair Department of Private Law, Al-Ain University Al Ain United Arab Emirates

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Nour Alhajaya Department of Private International Law, Al-Ain University UAE
Mu’tah University Karek Jordan

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Abstract

This article compares consumer protection in the framework of discounts with the constituent elements of such sales and the relevant methods of protecting consumer rights, according to French, Emirati, Jordanian, and Tunisian legislation and judicial practice. The findings shed light on the operation of consumer rights and market protection, and argues that each legal system has developed divergent means to attain the same goal. While some legal systems have organised sales with detailed rules, others have engaged in very limited market intervention; in the latter case, consumers are prevented from enjoying an important set of rights, as consumer rights and market protection are determined by the merchants.

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