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How to file a Consumer Complaint in India

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Consumer Complainant Wrote on 27 April 2018

The Consumer Protection Act itself was formed to give quick relief to consumers who were taken for a ride by the seller or manufacturer etc. There is no need of advocate here. Due to the nexus of the president and advocates, the advocates gained entry in to consumer forums. The president will be retired judge. He would have followed one procedure and he would want to follow same procedure in forum also, hence the president always wants complainant to hire advocate to file vakalath etc and ruin the case. Thus the president and advocates only ensure that justice is delayed to the extent that it is denied by the complainant. True story.



How to draft an effective RTI in India?

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Venkatesh Karthikeyan Wrote on 26 April 2018

Great article Sir.Thanks for your humble effort!



How to file a Consumer Complaint in India

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Satish Mishra Wrote on 26 April 2018

Sure. Thanks for the input. I'll add it in the future posts.



How to file a Consumer Complaint in India

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Senthil Murugan Roberts Wrote on 26 April 2018

Sir it would be appreciated if you would have posted a model so that a normal person who is not in profession can also be aware if the consumer case.



Summary on: The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act 2012

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Biswaranjan Panda Wrote on 26 April 2018

No. If a child commits an offence under the POCSO Act she/he shall be punished under the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2000 as Amended in 2006



Hindu Succession Act before & after 2005 Amendment: Brief analysis of judgments

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S reddy Wrote on 26 April 2018

Refer to Mangamal@thulasi anr vs T.B Raju pronounced by supremecourt on 19th April 2018, referring to the same question which has answered by me in similar fashion.



Hindu Succession Act before & after 2005 Amendment: Brief analysis of judgments

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Rudrawar Narayanreddy Wrote on 26 April 2018

see my article Law regarding vesting and divesting in Mithakshara joint family property also see my article ratio decidendi. The Ganduri case is decided on the premise that the parliament is empowered to pass the law making its application retrospective. In prakash Vs Phulavati also it is held that the parliament is empowered to pass the law making its application retrospective. But it interpreted the head note to section devolution and sub-section 3 of section 6 but not section 6(1) meaning. So landed in error. The intention of the parliament is discussed in Ganduri and Danamma cases and applied. Section 6(1) which treats daughters as if they are sons for all purpose and Hindu coparcenary must also include daughters. Clears the intention of the parliament.



Delhi HC Fines Media Houses For Revealing Kathua Rape Victim’s Identity

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Ramesh Iskar Wrote on 26 April 2018

gratuity



Why its better to give Divorce

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komal kawale Wrote on 25 April 2018

can divorce case file direct in high court



Summary on: The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act 2012

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TGK REDDI Wrote on 25 April 2018

Almost all commit offence under this Act. He who's punished is the most unfortunate man. The child against whom the offence is committed is deemed to be innocent. This's barbaric. Consider the old law. A man who commits sex is dangerous. A woman who accepts sex is innocent.


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