About this initiative


The initiative would address shortcomings in the enforcement of consumer rights in situations where a multitude of consumers is affected, or is likely to be affected, by the same or similar activities in breach of rights granted under EU law. At the same time, the initiative would set appropriate procedural safeguards to prevent abuses.

Consumers, Justice and fundamental rights
Type of act
Provisional data


Feedback: closed

Inception impact assessment
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Feedback period
31 October 2017 - 28 November 2017 (midnight Brussels time)
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Feedback (24)

  • EuroCommerce (Belgium)
    28 November 2017 Company/business organisation
    EuroCommerce (Belgium)

    EuroCommerce maintains the position expressed in our response to the targeted public consultation on the revision of the Injunctions Directive. EuroCommerce is in favour of effective consumer protection and well-functioning enforcement. The question is how it can be provided most effectively. Any new procedure must ensure that it does not just add extra costs to businesses who comply with the law (and ultimately to the consumers) and that...

  • AGFW e.V. (Germany)
    28 November 2017 Business association
    AGFW e.V. (Germany)

    Please find AGFW's feedback attached.

  • AGFW e.V. (Germany)
    28 November 2017 Business association
    AGFW e.V. (Germany)

    This feedback was removed as it did not comply with the European Commission's rules for publishing feedback and suggestions.

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Commission adoption


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Planned for
First quarter 2018

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