Luxembourg consumer law has so far hardly been studied. The present thesis examines the development of Luxembourg consumer law not only from a historical and linguistic perspective, but also from a factual point of view. In addition to the examination of general definitions and the rules on the protection of the weaker contracting party under the Code Civil, consumer protection provisions of the Code de la Consommation are considered. Considering the historical development of the regulations, references to French law are drawn as well as the increasing Europeanization of consumer law is traced. Based on these findings, the question will be answered to what extent one can speak of an independent development of Luxembourg consumer law.