Consumer Protection Law
Consumer protection law or consumer law is considered an area of law that regulates private law relationships between individual consumers and the businesses that sell those goods and services. Consumer protection covers a wide range of topics, including but not necessarily limited to product liability, privacy rights, unfair business practices, fraud, misrepresentation, and other consumer/business interactions.
Related Cases / Recent Case / Case Law
- Gurgaon Gramin Bank vs Smt. Khazani and another, SLP (C) No: 8875/2010, judgement delivered on September 4, 2012
- Marghesh K. Parikh (Minor) vs Dr. Mayur H. Mehta (2011) 1 SCC 31
- Afzda Leather Products vs Bismi Leathers, 1993 CCJ 400 (NC): The (State) Commission is required to provide an opportunity of hearing to the parties failing which, the order given by such Commission will be set aside.
- Dees Piston Ltd vs State Bank of India, (1991) 1 CPR 148 (NC): Res sub judice: When a matter is before a competent civil court, the National Commission will not entertain a petition in respect of identical subject-matter