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Law No. 93-949 of July 26, 1993, on the Consumer Code (legislative part)

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Date of entry into force of original text:July 28, 1993
Date of Text (Enacted):July 26, 1993
Type of Text:IP-related Laws: enacted by the Legislature
Subject Matter:Enforcement of IP and Related Laws, Geographical Indications, Other
Notes:The Law No. 93-949 of July 26,1993 in its Annex, establishes the Consumer Code (legislative part).

The notification by France to the WTO under article 63.2 of TRIPS states:
'The Consumer Code provides for the codification of a number of laws, including those concerning appellations of origin under the Law of August 1, 1905, on Fraud and Misrepresentation in respect of Products or Services and the Law of May 6, 1919, on the Protection of Appellations of Origin.'
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Loi n° 93-949 du 26 juillet 1993 relative au code de la consommation (partie Législative) Loi n° 93-949 du 26 juillet 1993 relative au code de la consommation (partie Législative), Complete document (pdf) [3714 KB]

Related Legislation:
WIPO Lex No.:FR025

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