Consumer Credit Act

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Consumer Credit Act 1974
... The Consumer Credit Act 1974 (c 39) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that significantly reformed the law relating to consumer credit within the United Kingdom ... Prior to the Consumer Credit Act, legislation covering consumer credit was slapdash and focused on particular areas rather than consumer credit as a whole, such as moneylenders and ... of the Crowther Committee in 1971 it was decided that wide-ranging reform of consumer credit law was needed, and a bill to do this was introduced to Parliament ...
Consumer Credit Act 2006 - Section 71 - Short Title, Commencement and Extent
... following orders have been made under section 71(2) The Consumer Credit Act 2006 (Commencement No. 52)) The Consumer Credit Act 2006 (Commencement No. 6)) The Consumer Credit Act 2006 (Commencement No ...

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    The so-called consumer society and the politics of corporate capitalism have created a second nature of man which ties him libidinally and aggressively to the commodity form. The need for possessing, consuming, handling and constantly renewing the gadgets, devices, instruments, engines, offered to and imposed upon the people, for using these wares even at the danger of one’s own destruction, has become a “biological” need.
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