whether consumer forum has jurisdiction to hear parties who have entered arbitration agreement.


whether consumer forum has right to hear parties who have entered arbitration agreement.
 
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 whether a partnership firm can be converted to a limited company particularly when the partnership deed is not registered.

 
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Govt..Employee

 Dispute befor consumer forum can be for deficiency of service. If for the same dispute, arbitration is provided, parties have the recourse to arbitration.

 
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Advocate & Consumer Rights

Yes the DCDRF are adjudicating the disputes even in case they have arbitration agreement.  For instance disputes regarding excess telephone bills, though there is arbitration clause, the DCDRF are adjudicating quashing bills.

 
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lawyer

mr perumal is right

 
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Advocate

if there is a "dispute"  between the parties then they are bound to go for arbitration first instead of knocking any court's door if there is an arbitratio clause. but look whther in your case the subject matter could be termed as dispute or not.


regarding converting of an unregistered firm into a ltd co. you are always free to do the same.  


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practicing advocate

if there is an arbitration clause consumer court cannot hear the case

 
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practicing advocate

u can convert ur partnership firm to limited co,

 
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Advocate & Legal advisor

It depends upon the clauses of agreement. Civil Court or consumer forum will look upon the agreement and its clauses. If as per the agreement, disputant is coming under the consumer protection act and further in accordance with the provisions.clauses of agreement, the consumer forum will have jurisdiction primarily. Secondarily, if the nature of dispute is of civil nature, the civil court has jurisdiction to decide the dispute. But clauses of the agreements must be seen in the light of legal provisions and they should not be contrary to prevailing laws.

 
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without any doubt yes.

 
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