pivotal to the human progress. Consumer awareness is about making the consumer aware of his/her right. The first consumer movement began in England after the Second World War. A modern declaration about consumer’s right was first made in the USA in 1962 where four basic consumer rights – choice, information...
CASE STUDY ON
REGIONAL PROVIDENT FUND v BHAVANI
NAME - AMAN MODI
REGISTER NO. 1316305
CLASS 2BBA LLB- A
DATE OF SUBMISSION - 10-02-2014
LAW OF CONSUMER PROTECTION
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
This research paper is an attempt to understand...
IMPACT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION AGENCIES IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF CPC, CAFON AND CEON
AMZAT SHERIFFDEEN ADEWALE
MATRIC NO: 06076963
A PROJECT SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FUFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF BACHELOR OF ARTS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF MASS COMMUNICATION, FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL...
1.0 Consumer Rights in Bangladesh- The Present Scenario
1.1 Background Summary:
In the backdrop of rapid development and globalization of our economy it is essential that Bangladesh should have a pragmatic consumer policy to ensure consumer right and to protect them from unfair business practice...
DISCLOSURE AND PROTECTION OF CONSUMERS FROM DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICES
The Consumer protection Act, 1986
The Competition Act, 2002
Consumer protection in other countries
Qn 1: Whether James can hold the Happy Holiday Hotel for the loss of his property under the common law?
The issue of this case will be whether James can hold Happy Holiday Hotel responsible for the loss of his property notwithstanding the exemption clause found in the hotel rooms.
Under the Exemption...
Project Report On
“Consumer Awareness In India”
Prof. Nadeem Merchant
Submitted By: Division “B”
Aniket nimonkar 36
Jayesh prabhu 43
Atul rane 46
Neha zunjarrao 68
Allana Institute Of Management Studies
Magnuson Moss Warranty Act (a/k/a Federal Lemon Law)
As established by the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act of 1975, all written warranties require a title of either “full” or “limited” and be specific as to coverage. In some states, the limited warranty is required to have an “as is” disclaimer...
IS THERE ADEQUATE PROTECTION FOR THE CONSUMERS IN WORLD
This paper examines the concept that is there adequate protection for consumers in the world. Consumer protection is a group of laws and organizations designed to ensure the rights as well as fair trade...
costs of the crime are even more significant. According to recent studies, the average victim’s overall expenses are between $425 and $850, while the average time spent clearing up the situation is 40 to 330 hours. The most current study also indicated that the total cost to businesses and victims reached...
forms of IP protection afforded by international agreements and national laws including copyrights, trademarks, geographical indications, industrial designs, layout designs of integrated circuits, and trade secrets. Nevertheless, of these, patents provide the strongest form of IP protection (Hicks and...
VI. Legislation for the Infomration Age
A. Legislation for Privacy and Access to Information
The purpose of the Access to Information Act (ATIA – Appendix F) is:
“…to provide a right of access to information in records under the control of a government institution in accordance with the...
MET Institute of computer science
“NEED FOR CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT IN AN ERA OF FREE COMPETITION WHERE CONSUMER IS A KING AND THEREFORE KING NEEDS PROTECTION”
MET-PGDM DIV A Group 2
Bhavya ThakkerNikhil Desai
Rachna RaichandaniJatann KhonaRohan Shah
PROTECTION OFF CONSUMERS WHEN CONTRACTS GO UNPERFORMED 1
CHAPTER ONE 7
THE SOURCES OF CONTRACT LAW UNDER ENGLISH AND AMERICAN LAW 7
IMPACT OF THE SOURCES ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF AND CHANGES IN LAWS 8
Changes in Law and Interpretation 9
organisation is to maintain the trust of the consumer to deliver the goods and services. An organisation must attain a strict control over financial matters. Recruitment plays is vital role. Organisations should recruit workers who are intelligent, enthusiastic and acts as assets to the management. Organisations...
pThe Concept of Maximum Retail Price (MRP) are relating to rights of consumer in India. It protects the interest of common man or consumer and society of India. These rights of consumers protected under the Consumer Protection Act 1886 and others relating laws. MRP and Maximum Suggested Retail Price...
Consumers are thought of by some to be the number one stakeholder of businesses. As stakeholders, consumers have interests to be protected. The rights and general welfare of consumers are protected by several groups. These include government agencies like the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the...
arising under the selected area/s of law.
ACCESS AND JUSTICE
Key legal terminology
acceptance Written or oral statement or act that
indicates that the person is willing to accept the
invitation to treat Not an offer, but an indication of
a person’s willingness to...
National Seminar on
Consumer Protection in India: Problems and Prospects
(February 25-26, 2008)
Department of Consumer Affairs
Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution
Government of India, New Delhi
Jointly organized by
G.B. Pant Social...
KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA NO.2, CRPF CAMPUS, BHUBANESWAR
“A PROJECT REPORT ON CONSUMER AWARENESS”
Prepared by: Bamdev Baghar
Effects of Consumer Protection Law in Banking Sector
PROJECT FOR THE SUBJECT
form since Senator John Sherman proposed the inception of the Sherman Antitrust Act in 1890. Prior to its enactment, various states had passed similar laws, however they were limited to interstate business. The Sherman Act was “based on the constitutional power of Congress to regulate interstate commerce...
Categorize the sources of law and each corresponding branch of government that apply to this case. Assess the role that each played.
In 1883, the Supreme Court declared that the Equal Protection clause applied only to government entities, not private groups and organizations. Most hospitals at...
challenged with highly competitive pressure to bring out more effectiveness and effectiveness when running a business, especially online business. This case study is about PayPal, a well known company that provides digital money transfer service online worldwide by using new technology system and how it turns...
the so-called “Topsites”. Global Internet piracy is strongly triggered by the extraordinary speed and power of these Topsites. Facilitators, which act as Internet directories or search engines, then coordinate the mass downloading and exchange of pirated content between downloaders. Finally, illegal...
22 PAPER-4 (LL1008)
LAW OF TORT AND CONSUMER PROTECTION LAWS nd st
(2 Semester, 1 Year of the 3-Year LLB course) PART A- Law of torts PART B – Consumer Protection Law PART –A General Principles 1. General Principles – Definition, distinction between tort, crime, contract, breach of trust. 2. Essential...
Case Study 1
Under the Sale of Goods Act 1979, A contract of Sale is a contract where a seller transfers or agrees to transfer goods or a service to a buyer for money, in the course of a business. The transfer must be for money, barter or exchange are not covered. The Act covers sales...
marketing products. These are:
Consumer law is a set of laws put together to ensure the customers are all cared for in the right way and prevent the business to perform in a complaint or rough stage within their business.
Sales of goods act 1979
The sales of goods act just implies that the business...
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) had already proposed thses ever since the 1960s during its establishment that moment. A US consumer protection activist, Ralph Nader came to eminence after the issuance of his book ,Unsafe At Any Speed which formed a stimulator for consumerism in automobile...
change or public debate.
Equity of access – accessibility standards for websites –
case study: National Federation of the Blind v Target.
International content regulation – Australian content regulation