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The Consumer Rights Directive (CRD) came into force in 2014 and introduced a number of important changes to consumer law. It provides consumers with increased protection in distance selling (e.g. online) and off-premises (e.g. doorstep sales) contracts.
This guide is intended to help you spot some tell-tale signs of bid-rigging or collusive tendering, as well as practical advice on what you can do to prevent bid-rigging and what to do if you suspect that it has happened.
These Guidelines will assist mobile phone traders in understanding the applicable consumer protection legislation and the obligations placed on them when concluding contracts with consumers for mobile phone handsets with or without an electronic communications service.
Under the Grocery Goods Regulations (Regulations) all Relevant Grocery Goods Undertakings (RGGUs) are required to submit an annual compliance report to the CCPC detailing their compliance with these Regulations.
The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) is responsible for enforcing the legislation in respect of textile labelling i.e. European Union (Textile Fibre Names and Related Labelling and Marking of the Fibre Composition of Textile Products) Regulations 2012 [S.I. No. 142 of 2012].
The guide is aimed at making it easier for SMEs to access procurement opportunities. It was developed to assist businesses who want to join together to form a consortium to submit a joint tender for a public contract.