Bodies acting to fulfil their personal needs are defined as consumers. The important criterion here is that the purchased goods or services not being used for production of other goods or services but being consumed at the end point. Thus, rights of the consumer are also protected in regard of pre-contract and post-contract period (outside the scope of the sale or service contract between the parties).
Bodies intending to engage in commercial or professional activities, including public institutions, or bodies acting on behalf of such bodies constitute one party of consumer contracts, while bodies in scope of the consumer definition constitute the other party of consumer contracts.
In a large scope Consumer Contract all physical or non-physical products can be deemed as products subject to the contract. Only requirement is for the item in question to be able to subject to a trade. Any other consumer transactions that can be derived or performed through any good in consideration of a given value are deemed as services.
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