- Choice of law clauses — Rome Convention — Rome I Regulation and choice of law
This chapter explains Article 6 of the Rome I Regulation, which protects consumers engaged in certain cross-border transactions. These protections share a common objective with those found in the partial harmonisation of Member States' domestic laws. They are based on the idea that the consumer is in a weak position vis-à-vis the seller or supplier of goods or services, as regards both his bargaining power and his level of knowledge.
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