Minister of State for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Shri Raosaheb Patil Danve in a written reply in Lok Sabha informed that all business transaction by consumers, including online transactions, is covered under Consumer Protection
We made sale agreement on e-stamp paper where we have explicitly mentioned to seller provide form 9 and 11 at the time registration(Karnataka) But now he is refusing even he not ready to return the advance amount.
What are the steps I can take to get back my advance/site.
in the agreement we have mentioned that when we call him for registration he will come with all the documents required for registration and we have not mentioned any particular date about cancelation and registration.
and there is clause in the agreement if he doesn't turn for registration we can take legal action against seller.
site has been purchased for 13 lacks and we have made an agreement on 250Rs E-stamp paper, is it valid for filing case?
if I file a case should I need to pay the court fees?
what is the estimated court fees would be(in Karnataka)?