‘Full harmonisation of consumer credit rules re-explained – judgment in C-331/18 Pohotovosť

“Last Thursday the Court of Justice delivered its judgment in C-331/18 Pohotovost’. The case forms part of the series of Slovak references concerning the interpretation of EU consumer law in the context of credit agreements. It is not to be mistaken with previous disputes involving the same creditor and focusing on Directive 93/13/EEC on unfair terms (especially C-470/12 Pohotovost’ and C-168/15 Tomášová – see the relevant posts here and here). Rather, it revolves around disclosure duties laid down in Directive 2008/48/EC on consumer credit …” (more)

[Recent developments in European Consumer Law, 7 September]

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