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A Handbook of Consumer Protection Laws and Procedure for the Lawman and the Layman (New Edition)

A Handbook of Consumer Protection Laws and Procedure for the Lawman and the Layman (New Edition)

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  • Author(s): R.K. Bangia
  • Brand: Allahabad Law Agency
  • Edition: 8 Ed Rp 2019
  • ISBN 10 8189530186
  • ISBN 13 9788189530181
  • Approx. Pages 604 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
It is a matter of great satisfaction that the book continues to be well received and highly appreciated not only by those in legal profession but also by the laymen interested in the study of the subject. It has served the purpose of creating awareness in the minds of common men about his rights as a consumer and provided a ready solution to his problems. In recent time we have witnessed considerable awareness among the consumers, as a result now Consumer Forums at all levels finding it difficult task to adjudicate consumer disputes on account of a large number of complaints under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 are being filed. Therefore, today Consumer Forums are facing backlog of pending cases. This edition contains new disputed matters rather sub-topics such as—complaint against development authority is not maintainable, disconnection of electricity supply without prior notice, when criminal proceeding is already pending it is no bar to maintain complaint under the Act. Even if machine is purchased for commercial purpose and buyer would be consumer, soft drinks purchased for consumption, when complainant is a consumer, Electrocution due to non-use of plastic pipe then child victim entitled to compensation, A person holding electricity connection for commercial purpose, falls under definition of consumer, manufacturing defect in vehicle has to be proved by cogent evidence, what is optional can never be an integral part of original machine, school education board is not a service provider, "Suicide" when claim under personal accident group insurance policy made, forcible repossession of vehicle by Bank not justified and complaint regarding medical negligence is to be proved by cogent evidence, etc. have been sufficiently discussed.
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Contents
Part I : Commentary on the Consumer Protection Act, 1986
              [As Amended by the Consumer Protection (Amendment Act) 2002]

Chapter 1.    Commentary on the Consumer Protection Act, 1986
Chapter 2.    Recognition of Consumers' Associations
Chapter 3.    Compensation under the Motor Vehicle Act
Chapter 4.    Other Important Laws Related to Consumer Protection
Chapter 5.    Some Important Guidelines for Protecting your Rights
Chapter 6.    Model Forms of Notice, Complaint, Written Statement, Appeal, etc.
Chapter 7.    Selected Case Law : topic
Part II : Commentary on the Competition Act, 2002
Chapter 8.    Commentary on the Competition Act, 2002
Appendix I to V
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