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The seventh edition of Butterworths Commercial and Consumer Law Handbook contains an invaluable collection of UK statutory material and EC materials. This title is fully up-to-date with all the latest commercial and consumer law changes making it an essential reference source for practitioners involved with this area of the law.
The implementation of the Consumer Credit Directive 2008 has resulted in major amendments to the Consumer Credit Act 1974 and swathes of new regulations. The applicable law now depends on the type of agreement.
You need to know the three phases of consumer credit law - before the 2004-06 changes; after the changes but before the Directive; after the Directive. These can all be found with this handy reference work.