This study examines the class- action as a modern means of protection of consumer rights against unlawful acts of the professionals that lead to injury for a good number of consumers in the same damage or with similar damages issued by the same professional, the victims affected by these damages have the possibility of obtaining total compensation which will be shared among consumers members of the group, this study focus on the issue of the introduction of this action in the legal system of Jordan after a review of the most important models, whether in united States of America legislations or Canadian or French system in order to apply it to the legislation on Jordan, and exploring the most important obstacles that prevent the existence of this action and try to avoid them to reach a model of action compatible with the Jordanians legislations.
Khasawneh, alaa and Khasawneh, Maha
"Class Action as Means for Consumer Protection in the French Law and the Extent of its Application in the Jordanian Law,"
UAEU Law Journal: Vol. 2016:
68, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2016/iss68/1