A general view of Albanian legislation on Distance Contracts

Ersida Teliti


Distance contracts are used very often nowadays in Albania. Most of consumer buy goods and services using the means of distance communication, such as: telephone, email, television etc. Even they buy, they are not aware about the conclusion of such contract. The consumer does not have any information about their rights and the trader’s obligations. So, they get under trader powers without exercising their rights. The aim of this article is to give a general view about the provisions of distance contracts according to Albanian law “On consumer protection”. Also, the article offers a comprehensive view to Albanian law provisions and those offers from the European legislator. In the end, the article gives some recommendations in order to improve our law and how to make it more effective.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2013.v2n11p203

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