The enforcement of consumer rights is considered deficient. In order to actually enforce consumer law, Germany, France and the Netherlands traditionally take different approaches. With increasing intensity, European measures also have an impact on the national enforcement structures. The work presents the different forms of consumer law enforcement in Germany, France and the Netherlands. Individual, collective and official legal protection instruments and their status in the legal system are examined in more detail. Based on a comparative legal analysis, a separate approach for better enforcement of consumer rights is presented.
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