From RT July 23, 2014 After the major headline hogging BRICS summit, the next...
Federal Law No. 2300-I of 1992 on Protection of Consumer Rights
(amended through 2007)
Federal Law No. 2300-I of 1992 on Protection of Consumer Rights regulates relations between consumers and producers, performers, and vendors in the sale of goods (works, services), and establishes the rights of consumers to purchase goods (works, services) of good quality that are safe as well as to obtain information about goods (works, services) and their producer (executor, seller).
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