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Fault in cable plunges parts of SoBo into darkness for 15 hrs

MUMBAI: A cable fault led to a power outage of more than 15 hours in parts of south Mumbai in the C Ward on Saturday. The power supply went off at 3am in areas like Girgaum, Princess Street and Chandanwadi and was restored only around 7pm. Consumer ... Times of India, 1 week ago

Govt & ordinary litigant equal in eyes of judiciary

The judiciary's leniency shown towards government and its agencies was mistaken and taken as their right to get preferential treatment in seeking extension of time and getting delays condoned. However, the judiciary has now taken a view that such ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Times of India

Buying more than one flat does not indicate commercial purpose

Till recently, it was considered that a person can occupy only one flat. If he purchases more than one flat, it was presumed that the purchase was for the commercial purpose of investment, and complaints were dismissed. The National Commission has ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Commercial transaction for livelihood comes under Consumer Protection Act

The Consumer Protection Act excludes from its purview goods and services for commercial purposes. The only exception to this rule is when goods are purchased or services are availed for earning livelihood. In order to get the benefits of getting ...
 Times of India1 month ago

No insurance claim can be made without proper ownership papers

Case Study: Shamsher Singh owned a Tata 408 Trailer vehicle. It was insured with Oriental Insurance for the period August 12, 2010 to August 11, 2011. On December 27, 2010 Singh executed an irrevocable power of attorney recording that he was ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Student can seek refund even if fees are non-refundable

The Supreme Court, in the Bihar School Examination Board v/s Suresh Prasad Sinha case, held that a student was not a consumer. This decision was given in respect of conduct of exams by boards and universities. In course of time, relying on this ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Times of India

Doctor testimony not necessary to establish medical negligence

Would a complaint of alleged medical negligence have to be proved by examining the subsequent doctor who treated the patient? Or would it suffice to rely on documentary evidence? Here is a case where a consumer successfully established medical ...
 Times of India2 months ago Doc testimony not necessary to establish med negligence  Times of India2 months ago

Consumer must back complaint with evidence

A consumer who lodges a complaint must prove his case. It is not sufficient to allege a product is defective. If the allegation is disputed by the manufacturer, the defect must be established through evidence, which may be in the form of a service ...
 Times of India2 months ago
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