„Plain and intelligible language” of consumer insurance contracts under the light of the Greek jurisprudence


According to the Community Legislation all the Terms in Consumer Contracts must be plain and intelligible so that the consumer could understand the kind and the depth of his contractual obligations. Th is doctrine is integrated in all the member states in EU. It is integrated in the Greek legal system by the Law 2251/1994 (Consumer Protection). Th e Greek jurisprudence designates the interpretation of this doctrine in the consumer insurance contracts and produces a stable example of judicial application of the norm for plain and intelligible terms in this kind of contracts.