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Advocate can't be blamed if settlement is recorded with both p...

Jehangir B Gai Wrongly blaming an advocate in an attempt to wriggle out of a settlement recorded by the court in the presence of the parties is not permissible. A litigant who makes such brash allegations can be penalised. Case Study: Dilip ... Times of India, 2 weeks ago

Why consumer protection bill may fail to address consumer grievances

The ministry is expecting now to introduce the bill in the current monsoon session. Photo: Priyanka Parashar/Mint New Delhi: The long-pending consumer protection bill 2015 may get the nod from the Cabinet which is likely to meet on Wednesday, ...
 Livemint.com2 days ago

'State can't decide coaching class fees'

MUMBAI: Even as the state government talks of a law to regulate coaching classes, a similar attempt in 2000 failed after tutorials moved court and the Act was struck as being "too harsh". Following this, the Janhit Manch, a city-based NGO, had ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Consumer can insist on insurer paying for scrap

When a claim is settled on total loss basis, it is customary to determine the scrap or salvage value and deduct this from the total loss assessed. But sometimes, surveyors peg unrealistically high values for the scrap, which can never be realized by ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Home builder delay may need legal action

It has seven years since Himanshu Sahu booked an apartment in Gurgaon. He is yet to get possession. Sahu, Sameer Yogi, Deepak Gupta, Ranju Anthony and many others had booked apartments in The Meadows in sector 76 in October 2008. The project is ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago

If grievance is to avoid payment, forum can put consumer to test

A consumer must come with clean hands. If there is some suspicion that the grievance is not genuine but to avoid making payment, the forum can direct the consumer to prove his bona fides by depositing the amount with the forum. Case Study: Dr ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

How to fight your bank in a court of law

Nayana Buch, a Mumbai-based advocate, used an HSBC credit card to pay Rs. 30,559 for car repair at a fuel station in 2009. The London-based bank added Rs. 858.70 as fuel surcharge in the bill. Buch questioned this as the transaction was not for ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago
Times of India

E-shopping sites liable for deficient service, cannot shirk responsibilty

Online shopping is becoming increasingly popular because it saves time, the bother of travelling, the prices are competitive, and returns are accepted. In some cases, the seller's name is disclosed, but the address and contact numbers are withheld.
 Times of India1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

MPs backed mily courts after ISPR tweets, SC told

ISLAMABAD - Justice Asif Saeed Khosa of the Supreme Court on Thursday observed amendment in the Army Act was approved after sending the 21st Amendment to the President for assent. Justice Asif Saeed Khan Khosa said the protection was given to ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

Builder can't seek payment when construction is delayed

Dilshad Gill, who wanted to purchase a house, came across an advertisement by Emaar MGF Land. While the project was still under construction, some persons who had originally booked flats were no longer interested and these were being offered for ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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