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Title: Planned obsolescence : a non-restrictable industrial practice? answers from constitutional law, compared law and abuse of the law
Authors: Correa Henao, Magdalena Inés
Editors: Soto Pineda, Jesús Alfonso
Subjects: Obsolescencia de los productos - Aspectos jurídicos - Colombia
Derecho constitucional - Colombia
Derechos del consumidor - Colombia
Keywords: Planned obsolescenes
Principle of pro libertate
Principle of pro legalidade
Abuse of fights
Issue Date: Nov-2018
Publisher: Bogotá : Universidad Externado de Colombia, 2018.
Abstract (Spanish): The main purpose of this research is to approach the study of the planned obsolescence from the sight of constitutional law, as a concept that in law has two sides (faces); on one hand the planned obsolescence favours the achievement of legal assets and find itself protected by the principles of pro libertate and pro legalidade, and on the other it affects collective (public) goods and infringes subjective rights such as the consumer’s right to information, the right to quality goods, the right to security and the damage repair. In this context, a review about the answers offered by the different sources of law and the possible classification of the planned obsolescence as a hypothesis of abuse of rights, must be made.
Description: 74 páginas
ISBN: 9789587900248
Appears in Collections:MAGDA. Capítulos en libro de investigación - Grupo de Investigación: Derecho Constitucional

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