There are several grounds on which a consumer can file a complaint with the consumer forums in India. You can hire a consumer court lawyer in India to file a complaint with the appropriate consumer forum.
Apart from filing a complaint against builder under the RERA Act, 2016, a home buyer can file a consumer complaint against the builder for delayed possession of flat or any other deficiency in service.
Read about the complete procedure of how to file a consumer case in a court in India. You must consult a good consumer court lawyer to send a notice to the company or seller and file a complaint with appropriate consumer court.
The CCI has found Google to have abused its dominant position in online general web search and web search advertising services in India. The commission has asked the company to deposit the amount within 60 days of receiving the order
The consumer redressal mechanism is quick and hassle-free system for any aggrieved home buyers. These forums have been specifically set up to deal with cases effectively in a time-bound manner. Here is a quick guide on how the NCDRC, the apex consumer court is the ideal forum to claim your rightful relief from real estate promoters.
The Consumer Protection Bill, 2017 provides for various ambitious and far-reaching reforms to the structure of Consumer Courts and associated redressal mechanism. Here is an analysis of the potential changes to the jurisdiction of the Consumer Courts and it's potential impact.
From brand ambassadors such as Shah Rukh and Virat Kohli to e-commerce companies such as Flipkart and Amazon to builders such as Jaypee and Unitech, everyone needs to be careful under the proposed new Consumer Protection Law!
The newly approved Bill seeks to establish a central authority on the lines of the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) which has the potential to overhaul the way consumer cases are dealt with in India.
The trends for misleading advertisements from the consumers perspective have been alarming. Recently it has been found that leading brands such as Hindustan Unilever Ltd, Tata Chemicals and ITC figured on the ad watchdog ASCI's list of companies that have been flashing misleading advertisements to promote their products. Top FMCG brands - Coca-Cola, Emami and PepsiCo- have been pulled up for misleading advertisements as well. The Customer Complaints Council of Advertising Standards Council of India received 126 complaints in the month of June 2017, out of which 62 have been upheld. Consumer Protection Bill, 2015 seeks to impose direct criminal liability on endorsers, manufacturers etc.