Novedades en la defensa del consumidor en el MERCOSUR. La incorporación de las Resoluciones 36/19 y 37/19 del MERCOSUR al Derecho interno argentino

In this text we analyze the incorporation into Argentine domestic law of two Mercosurian norms on the subject of consumer protection, Resolution 36/19 and 37/19. Resolution 36/19 sets forth fourteen (14) fundamental principles for updating Member States' consumer protection systems. This st...

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Main Author: Rojo, Martina Lourdes
Format: Article
Language:Spanish
Published: 2021
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Online Access:https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=8203835
Source:Revista Electrónica del Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas y Sociales Ambrosio Lucas Gioja, ISSN 1851-3069, Nº. 27, 2021, pags. 167-195
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Summary: In this text we analyze the incorporation into Argentine domestic law of two Mercosurian norms on the subject of consumer protection, Resolution 36/19 and 37/19. Resolution 36/19 sets forth fourteen (14) fundamental principles for updating Member States' consumer protection systems. This standard seeks to provide member countries with a tool to make their domestic legislation compatible through guiding principles. This is in recognition of members' own asymmetries and respect for their internal legislative organization. Resolution 37/19 applies to suppliers located or established in the States Parties or that operate commercially under one of their Internet domains and establishes the obligations for them. Through this Resolution, MERCOSUR seeks to unify criteria regarding electronic commerce in the region, to guarantee the protection of the rights of consumers who purchase goods or services through the Internet. Both Resolutions are in line with the modern legislation of the European Union, the UN and the OECD, which were taken into account in their drafting.