Japan Consumer Protection Law

The legal framework for consumer protection in Japan is provided by the Consumer Protection Fundamental Act n.78, which was enacted on May 30, 1968 (the “CPFA”). The CPFA is a directive law that clarifies consumer protection policy in Japan and specifies the administrative framework necessary to implement that policy.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What measures concerning consumer protection are directed under the CPFA?
What measures concerning Administrative Agencies are directed under the CPFA?
What measures concerning the Consumer Protection Council are directed under the CPFA?

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