To Withdraw Or Not To Withdraw? Evaluation of the Mandatory Right of Withdrawal in Consumer Distance Selling Contracts Taking Into Account Its Behavioural Effects on Consumers
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KeywordsRight of withdrawal; Distance selling; Consumers’ regret; Consumers’ happiness;
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