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Concept that King can do no wrong has been abandoned in England itself and the State is now held responsible for tortuous act of its servants.

17-03-2004

Ghaziabad Development Authority Versus Balbir Singh

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The word ‘compensation’ is again of very wide connotation. It has not been defined in the Act. According to… 8,324 more words

Consumer Law

Appellant suffered mental agony in taking delivery of a defective car after having paid for a brand new car and in taking the car again and again to the dealer for repairs

27-01-2004

Jose Philip Mampillil Versus M/s. Premier Automobiles Ltd. and another

Keywords:-Mental agony

In our view, it is shameful that a defective car was sought to be sold as a brand new car. 1,493 more words

Consumer Law

Proportionate deduction for use of the vehicle would have been given in Consumer case

05-05-1997

Tata Engineering and Locomotive Co. Ltd. and another vs Gajanan Y. Mandrekar

Keywords:-Damages-Proportionate deduction-

When the vehicle was being used with the same defects as pointed out, necessarily the purchaser is required to be compensated for not delivering the vehicle in good condition as per the warranty after deduction towards the use of the vehicle. 618 more words

Consumer Law

Maruti Udyog Ltd. Versus Susheel Kumar Gabgotra and another

29-03-2006

Keywords:-Financial loss-Warranty Obligation-

If the manufacturing defect was established, then replacement of the entire item or the replacement of the defective parts, is only called for. 1,715 more words

Consumer Law

when the deficiency began to manifest themselves it was the duty of the suppliers to attend to such deficiencies immediately and if the supplier was unable to attend to the deficiencies and malfunctioning of the system soon after installation, it would amount to “deficiency of service”.

24-02-2006

Indochem Electronic and another vs Addl. Collector of Customs

Keywords:-Period of warranty-System installed-Sale of Goods-Compensation

Where a stipulation in a contract of sale is a warranty, its breach may give rise to a claim for damages but not to a right to reject the goods and treat the contract as repudiated; but, where a stipulation in a contract of sale is a condition, its breach may give rise not only to a claim for damages but also generally to a right to treat the contract as repudiated… 2,933 more words

Consumer Law

C.N. Anantharam Versus Fiat India Ltd. and OTHERS-

24-11-2010

Keywords: Manufacturing defects- Replacement-Deficiency of service-Special Leave Petition

whether the manufacturing company and by extension the dealer/agent was under any compulsion to replace the vehicle itself when the engine of the vehicle from which certain noises were allegedly emanating had been replaced.  2,442 more words

CIVIL

Misleading Advertisement and Consumer complaint

Keywords:-Media-Food safety-Real Estate

Misleading Advertisement

Misleading advertisement Complaint filing with The Advertising Standards Council Of India( ASCI)

ASCI serves as an effective pre-emptive step to statutory provisions in the sphere of media regulation for TV and radio programs in India. 493 more words

CIVIL