Analysis of Legal Liability of Excessive Consumer Rights Protection

Jing HUANG, Jingyuan WANG

Abstract


Expression of “consumer rights over” this is relative to the consumer as determined in accordance with national current law rights and rights as expected, there is a right foundation under the premise of means and purpose over. Consumers’ excessive rights protection is essentially a kind of private remedy. The key to whether this kind of private remedy should bear legal responsibility is whether it breaks through the boundary of private remedy. If the “excessive rights” act does not violate the prohibitive provision of the law, does not harm the legitimate rights and interests of others and violates the social public interests, it is still legitimate, belongs to the scope of rights protection; vice
versa.


Keywords


Excessive rights; Private relief; Behavioral boundaries; Legal liability

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9949

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