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Good Steps: Proposed Amendments in Consumer Act aims for Speedy Justice, Banks, Unilateral agreements also in Ambit

Postby dheerajjain » Tue Jul 01, 2014 8:44 am

Today's (01-Jul-14)) Hindustan (Hindi) has very good article about proposed Amendments in Consumer Act:

Below are some of steps proposed:

- Without receipt also, complaint in Consumer Court can be filed
- Loan giving Banks also in ambit
- Terms of agreement between consumers and companies can also be challenged (that will be big step in challenging unilateral one sided builder buyer agreement)
- Agreement can't be cancelled by One Party without Consent of other Party
- Next date in Consumer Court should be given within 3 weeks (that will again be a big step since Consumer Courts are giving dates ranging from 3 months to 10 months)

Hope these amendments do not get stuck like Real Estate Regulatory Bill which has been in cold storage for 15 years.

Please find attached article in today's Hindustan
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