This Publication provides section by section guidance on the consumer protection act and attempts to bridge the gap between the existing legal infrastructure and the implementation and application by its intended beneficiaries (the consumers).
• The new book highlight the legal movement (with reasons) – from the 1986 Act to 1993 to 2002 and thereafter. This helps to trace evolution of this law, and helps interpret the legal provisions
• It includes cases on the powers of District council and State council to highlight interpretational issues in the enforcement of the Act
• Serves as practical guide as it includes a chapter on practice and procedure, along with other allied acts and rules and regulations in the appendices, with central and state rules.
• The book attempts to provide an interface between Consumer Protection Law and Competition Law by eliminating duplicity of rules/activities