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|Title:||E-Commerce and Consumer Protection in Uganda: A Case Study of Kampala|
|Publisher:||Kampala International University, bachelors degree of laws|
|Abstract:||Being a law student and at the same time a consumer, I have continuously assessed the conditions of an average consumer of commodities. The research is intended to establish existence of consumer protection Legislations in Uganda and other authorities that are meant to protect consumers in the economy. Consumers are a very vital aspect in the economy of Uganda and they have little to say about whether or not what they consume is authentic or not. It's not like they can strike and stop consuming because most of these are essential, basic 1and vital to the average person. The question raised then is whether the government has done anything to protect these consumers? In the bid to resolve the issue above, thorough examination shall be put on establishing whether or not the existing legislations and authority confer protection to consumers or not. And if there is no, or there is ineffectiveness in authority already existing, then what measures are in place to offer protection to consumers. Suffice to note that a consumer protection billS among other measures is prevalent. This measure as well is discussed in the research. 1 Water, Food, Shelter and Clothing often referred to as the basic necessities of life.|
|Description:||A Dissertation Submitted To the School Of Law for Partial Fulfillment of the Award of Bachelors Degree in Law of Kampala International University|
|Appears in Collections:||Bachelor of Laws|
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