Advocate Abhishek Sharma
Consumer rights are the rights given to a “consumer” to protect him/her from being cheated by salesman/manufacturer. Consumer protection laws are designed to ensure fair trade competition and the free flow of truthful information in the marketplace.
The laws are designed to prevent businesses that engage in fraud or specified unfair practices from gaining an advantage over competitors and may provide additional protection for the weak and those unable to take care of themselves. Consumer Protection laws are a form of government regulation which aim to protect the rights of consumers.
For example, a government may require businesses to disclose detailed information about products particularly in areas where safety or public health is an issue, such as food.
Welcome to the Consumer Law
known as District Forum, deals with complaints involving costs and compensation less than Rs. Twenty Lakh. Consumers can file different types of complaints depending on their specific grievance by visiting the Consumer Court at the district, state or national level along with the documents required for filing the complaint. Following is a list of documents that the prospective complainants need to carry with them to the Consumer Court at the time of filing the complaint
Consumer Protection Law In India: The growing interdependence of the world economy and international character of many business practices have contributed to the development of universal emphasis on consumer rights protection and promotion.
Competition law and Consumerism
In the pursuit of globalization, India has responded to opening up its economy, removing controls and resorting to liberalisation. The natural corollary of this is that the Indian market should be geared to face competition from within the country and outside. The Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969 has become obsolete in certain respects in the light of international economic developments relating more particularly to competition laws and there is a need to shift our focus from curbing monopolies to promoting fair competition. A broad definition of competition is a situation in the market in which firms or sellers independently strive for the buyers’ patronage in order to achieve a particular business objective. The law aims to promote healthy competition. It bans anti-competitive agreements between firms such as agreements to fix prices or to carve up markets, and it makes it illegal for businesses to abuse a dominant market position.
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