A new Consumer Protection Directive was transposed
Decree-Law no. 109-G/2021, which partially transposes Directive (EU) 2019/2161 on consumer protection, was published on December 10, 2021.
This directive aims to strengthen consumer rights by introducing rules that contribute to greater transparency of online platforms, as well as strengthening the sanctioning framework applicable in case of violation of consumer rights.
In light of this, amendments were made to the legal framework for general contractual clauses, to Decree-Law no. 138/90 of April 26, which regulates the indication of prices of goods intended for retail sale, to Decree-Law no. 70/2007 of March 26, which regulates commercial practices with price reductions in retail sales practiced in commercial establishments, to Decree-Law no. 57/2008 of March 26, which regulates commercial practices with price reductions in retail sales practiced in commercial establishments, to Decree-Law no. 24/2014, of February 14, on contracts concluded at a distance and outside commercial establishments, and to the Consumer Protection Act.
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