Introduction The Consumer Protection Bill’s Chapter IV addresses “product liability,” a much-needed provision of the CPA of 1986. It refers to the duty of a product manufacturer or seller of any product or service to compensate a customer for any harm caused by a faulty product produced or sold orContinue Reading

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 doingContinue Reading

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 suchContinue Reading

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 handleContinue Reading

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 makeContinue Reading

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 ProtectionContinue Reading

“A market without consumers will be a night sky without the stars and moon.” The Concept Of Consumer Protection The consumer movement started in developed countries almost a century ago.  An American businessman was once quoted saying, “God created masses of mankind to be exploited. I exploit them. I willContinue Reading

INTRODUCTION The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 initially did not include medical services under its purview. Cases of medical negligence at that time were dealt with in civil courts. India to adjudge cases of medical negligence would rely on various leading judgments given out by the English courts. Furthermore, Supreme CourtContinue Reading

This article is written by Simran Verma, second year BBA LLB student at New Law College, Pune Introduction On July 20, 2020 the Consumer Protection Act came into force. When Consumer Protection Act, 2019, came into force then after few days of it, the Department of Consumer Affairs in theContinue Reading