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 Directive 2013/11/EU

I. Description

Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) offers a simple, fast and low-cost out-of-court solution to disputes between consumers and traders. However, ADR is not yet sufficiently and consistently developed across the Union.

In order for consumers to exploit fully the potential of the internal market, ADR should be available for all types of domestic and cross-border disputes covered by this Directive, ADR procedures should comply with consistent quality requirements that apply throughout the Union, and consumers and traders should be aware of the existence of such procedures. Due to increased cross-border trade and movement of persons, it is also important that ADR entities handle cross-border disputes effectively.

II. General Information

Title

Directive 2013/11/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 May 2013 on alternative dispute resolution for consumer disputes and amending Regulation (EC) No 2006/2004 and Directive 2009/22/EC

Status
Existing
Directive
2013/11/EU
Source
O.J. EU No L (Legislation), Edition 165, Year 2013, p.63
Adoption
05/21/2013
Promulgation
06/18/2013

III. Versions and Legislative History

1. Versions

Titel
Allg. Daten
Textfassung

Original Text :
Directive 2013/11/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 May 2013 on alternative dispute resolution for consumer disputes and amending Regulation (EC) No 2006/2004 and Directive 2009/22/EC

  2013/11/EU

Beschluss:
05/21/2013 (A)
Verkuendung:
06/18/2013 (P)
(A) Adoption | (P) Promulgation

2. Legal Impact

Auswirkungstyp
Richtlinie
Textfassungen
Amendment
  Directive 2009/22/EC
Amendment
  Regulation (EC) No 2006/2004

IV. Umsetzung in den Mitgliedstaaten

1. Implementation in Germany

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I. Description
II. General Information
III. Versions and Legislative History
1. Versions
2. Legal Impact
IV. Umsetzung in den Mitgliedstaaten
1. Implementation in Germany