Builder gets 2-year imprisonment
Consumer forum directs sports shop to refund excess VAT
Supreme Court to lay down guidelines for post-operative medical care
Doctors asked to pay Rs 3.2 lakh for medical negligence
Consumer forum directs firm to pay Rs13.5 lakh to widow
Consumer forum orders 3-yr imprisonment to builder
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LANDMARK JUDGEMENT – Sec. 13(2)(a) of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 – Supreme Court has ruled that a party will not get more than 45 days for replying to a complaint in a consumer forum. The court said this period cannot be extended under any circumstances. – SC Judgment dated 04.12.2015 – New India Assurance Co. Ltd. Vs. Hilli Multipurpose Cold Storage Pvt. Ltd. >>> Supreme Court Judgments
Dec 10, 2016
NASHIK: A city-based builder was sentenced to two-year jail by a consumer forum for not abiding by its orders.
The forum had asked the builder to get the complainant’s house repaired within 60 days and pay a penalty of Rs 10,000. But, an inspection revealed that the repair was not done correctly. …
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Aug 26, 2016
CHANDIGARH: District consumer disputes redressal forum, Chandigarh directed Winners Sports located at a city mall to refund excess of VAT charged on the discounted pair of socks to Sorabh Sharma, resident of Sector 59, Mohali. …
Aug 19, 2016
In the wake of increasing numbers of medical negligence complaints against private hospitals, the Supreme Court has decided to lay down guidelines to be followed during operations and post-operative care. A bench headed by Justice Dipak Misra issued notices to the Centre, Medical Council of India and all state health secretaries after it was told no proper care is taken by hospital staff to save critically ill patients after they are operated. …
Amritsar, July 10, 2016
The District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum has directed a private insurance company to pay Rs.13,50,000 to the widow of a person, who died eight days after purchasing the policy. …
Jun 14, 2016
A consumer court in Thane has ordered the Union Bank of India branch at Dombivali and Punjab National Bank at Jaunpur in Uttar Pradesh to pay a compensation of Rs 100 per day from June 7, 2014 to a complainant for deficiency in services. …
Apr 18, 2016
The best bet for a swift response over a faulty product or service is to drag it to social media — the people’s court in this digital age — and share it extensively and force the brand to take notice. …
Apr 15, 2016
CHENNAI: A consumer forum in Chennai has slapped Southern Railway with a fine of Rs 30,000 for wrongly fining a couple for ticketless travel.
Thendral Kumar and Saranya Thendral Kumar said they were travelling in a first class ticket in Rockfort Express from Trichy to Egmore on September 6, 2013. …
Mar 30, 2016
Chennai: A consumer forum has slapped Southern Railway with a fine of Rs 15,000 for allowing unreserved passengers to travel by a reserved coach. A Srinivasan of Hasthinapuram said he and his wife – both senior citizens – were travelling by the Sanghamaitra Express from Bengaluru to Chennai Central in a sleeper class coach on February 24, 2015. …
March 07, 2016
Jagjit Singh, 47, a resident of Mohali, was travelling along with his family.
Not providing vegetarian food trays to two children travelling by Kalka Shatabdi has cost the Northern Railway as the consumer court has directed it to pay a compensation of Rs 15,000, including the cost of litigation, to the complainant….
Jan 19, 2016
MUMBAI: In a rare instance, a consumer forum has ordered the Western Railway to pay a compensation of Rs 64,000 to a Valsad woman and her four-year-old son after they were robbed at knifepoint in the first-class compartment of the Vapi passenger train as it left Bandra station in 2014. …
December 9, 2015
On receiving the complaint, the court said, the opposite party is required to be given notice directing him to give his version within 30 days.
In what will help speed up decisions in consumer cases, Supreme Court has ruled that a party will not get more than 45 days for replying to a complaint in a consumer forum. …
More: LANDMARK JUDGEMENT – Sec. 13(2)(a) of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 – Supreme Court has ruled that a party will not get more than 45 days for replying to a complaint in a consumer forum. The court said this period cannot be extended under any circumstances. – SC Judgment dated 04.12.2015 – New India Assurance Co. Ltd. Vs. Hilli Multipurpose Cold Storage Pvt. Ltd. >>> Supreme Court Judgments
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