By Stefan Wrbka

Eu patron entry to Justice Revisited takes into consideration either procedural and important legislation questions that allows you to provide the time period 'access to justice' an improved that means. in particular, it analyses advancements and up to date traits in ecu shopper legislations and goals to judge their capability for expanding purchaser self belief within the cross-border industry. through a serious overview of the benefits and downsides of the skill initiated on the european point, the writer highlights attainable detriments to the cross-border business-to-consumer (B2C) industry. To treatment this, he introduces an alternate approach to making a criminal framework that enables B2C transactions within the european - 'access to justice 2.0'.

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2. 29 Weinrib adds that corrective justice and distributive justice can sometimes overlap.  6).  337. 31 I. Englard, Corrective & Distributive Justice: From Aristotle to Modern Times (Oxford University Press, 2009).  177 and 213. 33 Englard uses also the term ‘commutative justice’ when referring to corrective justice.  177. 35 This is also true with respect to non-common law societies and – to a certain, yet still rather limited, extent – the current situation at the EU level. Ideas of corrective justice also have an impact on policy-making regarding procedural devices, for example by asking which procedural tool is the most suitable for solving existing disputes about substantive private law issues.

First, the system must be equally accessible to all, and second, it must lead to results that are individually and socially just. ’ 68 For a summary of the three waves see already S. , ‘Access to Justice and Collective Actions: ‘“Florence” and beyond’ in S. Wrbka et al. ), Collective Actions: Enhancing Access to Justice and Reconciling Multilayer Interests?  3–8. 69 For examples that focus on this aspect see I. van den Meene and B. van Rooij, Access to Justice and Legal Empowerment: Making the Poor Central in Legal Development Co-operation (Leiden University Press, 2008); D.

33 Englard uses also the term ‘commutative justice’ when referring to corrective justice.  177. 35 This is also true with respect to non-common law societies and – to a certain, yet still rather limited, extent – the current situation at the EU level. Ideas of corrective justice also have an impact on policy-making regarding procedural devices, for example by asking which procedural tool is the most suitable for solving existing disputes about substantive private law issues. Distributive justice, on the other hand, also pervades debates led in the field of private law.

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