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California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018

CIVIL CODE – CIV

DIVISION 3. OBLIGATIONS

  ( Heading of Division 3 amended by Stats. 1988, Ch. 160, Sec. 14. )

PART 4. OBLIGATIONS ARISING FROM PARTICULAR TRANSACTIONS… 10,988 more words
Consumer Law

Termination of contract

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It has just been announced that the well known UK construction company Balfour Beatty has just had a contract terminated by one of its clients. 700 more words

Equality Act 2010

Medical Negligence and Consumer Law II

Medical negligence comprises of the following constituents: (i) A legal duty to exercise due care on the part of the medical professional; (ii) failure to inform the patient of the risks involved; (iii) the patient suffers damage as a consequence of the undisclosed risk by the medical professional; (iv) if the risk had been disclosed, the patient would have avoided the injury; (iv) breach of the said duty would give rise to an actionable claim of negligence. 336 more words

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ONGC LTD. & ORS. Vs CONSUMER EDUCATION RESEARCH SOCIETY & ORS- 09/12/2019

Consumer- whether any amount is being paid by the employees for contribution to the services rendered by the Trust, it is apparent that the service, if any, is being rendered by the Trust and not by the ONGC. 1,743 more words

Supreme Court Judgments

Class Action in Consumer Protection (EU Law)

The Council of the EU today reached agreement on a draft directive on representative actions for the protection of the collective interests of consumers.

The draft directive is… 258 more words

Chemicals

Sapan Dhawan's Stolen Maruti Zen

On the night of 01.08.1998, Sapan Dhawan handed over his Maruti Zen and its keys to Taj Mahal Hotel. The Maruti Zen was stolen. United India Insurance and Sapan Dhawan sought compensation for ‘deficiency in service’ from Taj Mahal Hotel. 753 more words

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Section 2(1)(d) of The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 II

The Court has to look at the dominant purpose for which the purchase is made in order to decide whether it was for a ‘commercial purpose.’ We are of the considered opinion that the purchase of flats for the purpose of providing hostel facilities to the hospital nurses does not qualify as meant for a ‘commercial purpose’. 442 more words

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