Complainants of flats in the new consumer set-up

“Complainants of flats in the new consumer set-up” By Anju D. Aggarwal Complainant : The complainants against a builders can be filed under the Consumer Protection Act and for purpose section 2(1)_ (b) of said Act defines complainant follows :- “Complainant” means – a consumer : or any voluntary consumer association registered under the companies

CPR – Consumer Protection Report

CPR – Consumer Protection Report By S.R. Agrawal & Anup Kaushal, Advocate Consumer cannot protest if he had willingly accepted alternate site. The complainant was allotted an alternate site which he accepted. Complaint was filed claiming damages from the authority. From the records it was clear that the complainant had

Consumer Protection Act filing an appeal

Guidelines to filing an appeal, under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 By Advocate Anju D. Aggarwal So far the Government has not prescribed any statutory form in which an appeal is to be filed under the Consumer Protection Act, (CPA) 1986. However, it is necessary to keep the following points in

CPR – Consumer Protection Reporter

By S.R Agrawal & Anup Kaushal, Advocate Posted on 04 Feb 2000 Consumer cannot protest if he had willingly accepted alternate site. The complainant was allotted an alternate site which he accepted. Complaint was filed claiming damages from the authority. From the records it was clear that the complainant had accepted the

District Forum get more powers

By Anju D. Aggarwal The amendments to the Consumer Protection Act that came into effect on March 15 this year have brought about a number of changes in the jurisdiction of the consumer courts. For example, the pecuniary jurisdiction of the District consumer Disputes Redressal Forums have been raised from