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  • Juridica
    form for a charge or without charge for the purpose of increasing the provision of services or the sale of goods promoting an event or directing the conduct of a person in public interests clause 2 1 3 The requirements for advertising of financial services section 29 have been highlighted in the chapter of the Advertising Act which specifies the restrictions on advertising of goods and services Today advertising of financial services is the type of advertising with the largest volume and most of these ads are aimed at consumers The awareness of the latter on financial issues however is sometimes modest and they need support for making well weighed loan decisions The requirements however established for advertisements involving financial services have in recent years been in a constant state of change and there is no end in sight to these changes This article gives an overview of the regulation of consumer credit advertising in the near term both retrospectively and prospectively and highlights the bottlenecks that need solving and the possible directions for solving these Inertia Selling i e Products and Services Supplied by the Trader but not Solicited by the Consumer Age Värv Amendments in the Regulation Concerning

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    1996 1995 1994 1993 I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X Home Last issue Authors Subscription Board Staff Settings Logout Authors Both materials Publicly available materials Password protected materials Author Tiina Silem Articles in Juridica Amendments in

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  • Juridica
    economic problems will occur if the consumer is unable to perform their obligations arising from the credit contract and encounters solvency problems Regrettably the statistics show that there are a significant number of such consumers in Estonia and this number has grown constantly This is a circle of problems which the regulator has also acknowledged and tried to actively deal with over the last few years On 18 February 2015 the Riigikogu Parliament adopted among other drafts the draft Act to amend the Code of Civil Procedure and other acts 844 SE and the draft Act to amend the Law of Obligations Act Consumer Protection Act and Study Allowances and Study Loans Act 786 SE which established the annual percentage rate of charge APRC of a consumer credit contract and the maximum amount of expenses the reimbursement of which can be requested from the consumer This article explains the background and purpose of the amendments soon to be enacted in the Law of Obligations Act and gives an overview of their content whereas special attention is paid to the issues that caused the majority of disputes in the course of proceeding the drafts Inertia Selling i e Products and Services

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    1994 1993 I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X Home Last issue Authors Subscription Board Staff Settings Logout Authors Both materials Publicly available materials Password protected materials Author Kristiina Koll Articles in Juridica Protection of a Consumer

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  • Juridica
    and contact data of a person a credit institution also knows about the communication language family and relations with third parties position workplace income assets liabilities incl payment history consumption habits and parties to the transactions According to the amended Credit Institutions Act that entered into force on 1 January 2008 the consent that is necessary for processing personal data may be contained in standard terms and the credit institution may unilaterally change the standard terms on certain conditions The Data Protection Inspectorate has recognised that the rules on client data processing being a part of the banks standard terms contain a principle that by forwarding their contact data to the bank e g to conclude a loan contract the person has given their consent to forwarding their data to the selected cooperation partners to receive their offers Considering global developments it may be expected that in the future the interest of the partners of credit institutions will extend not only to getting the clients contact data but also to getting profiled client data The author of the article is seeking for an answer to the question whether and to what extent can the client data of credit institutions be

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  • Juridica
    Password protected materials Author Monika Mikiver Articles in Juridica Who Is the Master of the Consumer s Client Data Direct Marketing Based on the Example of Credit Institutions Juridica Abstract 2015 no 4 pp 262 276 E government and Fundamental Rights Juridica Abstract 2015 no 3 pp 163 176 Legally Binding Standards Legal Issues of Co Regulation Juridica Abstract 2010 no 9 pp 660 665 Discretional Decisions in Ensuring the

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    which still contain the names of people although the need relevance and legality of such a disclosure is extremely doubtful No currently valid legal provision commits the state to clearly resolve this problem as a whole instead the court procedure acts foresee a possibility according to which a person may personally request ending the disclosing of their name the court may also perform this on its own initiative Furthermore it cannot be claimed that a person does not possess a legal remedy to demand the ending of the disclosure of data by a private individual either in Estonia or in a foreign country To what extent however can a public authority knowing that it has been the publisher of the data delimiter of the rights and freedoms and enabled copying of these to Estonian and or foreign websites consider such legal remedies as sufficient in the collection The article first casts a glance into history and presents an overview of the relevant activity of the Chancellor of Justice After that the problem is viewed in a legal context together with the findings of the author Inertia Selling i e Products and Services Supplied by the Trader but not Solicited by

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    1995 1994 1993 I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X Home Last issue Authors Subscription Board Staff Settings Logout Authors Both materials Publicly available materials Password protected materials Author Helen Kranich Articles in Juridica Ab normal Development of Society and Human Rights Example of Disclosing Names in Judicial Decisions Juridica Abstract 2015 no 4 pp 277 289 Differences in the Definition of Human Dignity Due to the

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