Enforcement of Consumer Rights through the Consumer Protection Act, 2019

S.no Contents 1. Introduction 2. The Consumer Protection Act 3. Features of The Consumer Protection Act 2019 4. Rights of The Consumers 5. The Consumers Protection Act 2019 Authority 6. Issues with Consumer Protection Act, 1986 7. Consumer Protection Act 2019 Amendment 8. Consumer Protection Act Demonstration and Direct Selling 9. Supreme Court Cases 10.Read More

Role of the consumer protection Act in protecting the rights of consumers in India

Is the consumer king? A positive relationship between producers and consumers is necessary for the economy. A person who utilizes a good or service offered by a producer or provider of services is referred to as a consumer. If a product or service needs to survive in the market, the consumer must like it. ItsRead More

Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2022

OVERVIEW All facets of road transport vehicles are governed under the Motor Vehicles Act1, an Act of the Indian Parliament. The Act details the legislative requirements for driver and conductor license, vehicle registration, permit-based motor vehicle control, special provisions for state transportation undertakings, traffic law, insurance, liability, offenses, penalties, etc. The Central Motor Vehicles Rules2Read More

Changing phase of Consumerism

Every individual irrespective of occupation, age, community, gender, caste, race, or religion, is a consumer. Consumer rights and protection are the structural part of the life of every person and we all have made use of them at some point in our day-to-day life. The consumer is the genuine deciding agent for all economic activities.Read More

Consumer Protection & E-Commerce

INTRODUCTION “A customer is the most important visitor on our premises. He is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. He is not an interruption in our work – he is the purpose of it. We are not doing him a favour by serving him. He is doing us a favour by givingRead More

Medical Negligence and The Consumer Protection Act

What is Negligence Negligence is conduct that falls below the standard prescribed by law for the protection of others against unreasonable risk or harm. Negligence under Torts has the following three constituents- A legal duty owed to someone to exercise reasonable care Breach of such duty Damage arising from such breach For determining whether aRead More

Interface between Competition law and COPRA

ABSTRACT: In recent times, there have been significant changes and the rise of different competitive practices in countries across the world. Because of the never-ending competition, unfriendly results are most likely to appear. These repercussions are not only restricted to the market stakeholders but also to the consumers. To handle this issue, the implementation ofRead More

Disingenuous Advertisements and Consumers

What are Disingenuous Advertisements? An advertisement is a promotional tool used by producers/sellers in order to announce and make known to the people about their product. It is a promotional tool through which information about the product is broadcasted and reaches the potential buyers of the product/service. Many buyers make their decisions of buying aRead More

Study of Unfair Trade Practices in India

Abstract The moment a person comes into this world, he starts consuming goods or services. When we approach the market as the consumer, we expect not to be cheated or harassed by unscrupulous suppliers. In this article, the author defines unfair trade practices with the help of the Consumer Protection Act, 2019. The author alsoRead More