The standard contract for electronics a means of consumer protection

Abstract

Enhancing consumer confidence in local markets and prevent Confusions that may occur after the sale process, especially with contracting for fast-defective and Precise made electronic goods required the creationof a new type of contracts to achieve this goal, so standard electronics contracts have emerged as a guarantee to confront the knowledge disparity between the consumer and the supplier to provide greater protection than What is provided by the general rules in contract theory by obligating every commercial agent or distributor to implement all the guarantees provided by the producer or client for the commodity in accordance to the provisions of the Consumer Protection Law for repair and maintenance and after-sales service and the return of the specific commodity during a specific time period of the appearance of a defect in it, these contracts were distinguished With characteristics derived from general rules, including those required by its special nature, which are commensurate with the justifications for its development.