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Introduction

  • Thijs BostersEmail author
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Abstract

There are many types of mechanisms to resolve a mass dispute. Before analysing the private international rules in relation to the use of collective redress mechanisms, the types of collective redress mechanisms are structures first. In addition, the structure of this book will be clarified in this chapter.

Keywords

Types of collective redress mechanisms Goals of collective redress Goals of the Brussels Regulation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Supreme Court of the NetherlandsThe HagueThe Netherlands

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