Introduction The Constitution of India vests the law-making power in the Union Parliament and State […]
The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 (CPA) is an Act that provides for effective protection of interests of consumers and as such makes provision for the establishment of consumer councils and other authorities that help in settlement of consumer disputes and matters connected therewith.
The CPA seeks to protect the interests of individual consumers by prescribing specific remedies to make good the loss or damage caused to consumers as a result of unfair trade practices.
Introduction Threshold limit refers to the minimum value that needs to be crossed in order […]
Introduction: It is essential that officers working in various wings of Customs, Excise and […]
Introduction On 4th April 2015, the Commerce and Industry Minister, Govt of India, Mrs. Nirmala […]
CORPORATE GROUP INSOLVENCY A corporate group is a cluster of companies existing in various […]
Abstract “When you educate one person you can change a life, when you […]
INTRODUCTION The term marketing (MLM) refers to a strategy used by some direct sales companies […]
Introduction ‘Guidelines for grant of rewards to Informants, 2007’, as was issued in 2007 vide […]
INTRODUCTION Pre-shipment inspection (PSI) is an important quality control method which gives suppliers an […]
Introduction: In 2016, the Central Government exercised the powers granted to it under Section […]