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Cic and ncdrc judgements binding on all consumer forums?

(Querist) 12 April 2018 This query is : Resolved 
NCDRC Judgements binding on all Consumer Forums? Sir/Madam, Like Supreme Court

of India judgements are binding on lower courts. Are the Central Information

Commission and State Information Commission decided cases/judgements a binding

on the PIO's and APIO's? The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission

(NCDRC) and the state consumer forums of respective states in India's decided

cases/judgements a binding on all the District Forums in India? Why I am asking

this is. Related to my case there are various judgements given by CIC, SIC and

NCDRC, State Consumer Forum which are similar to my case. Hence can these

judgements be used in the case which I am fighting on my own at the District

Consumer Forum and at APIO and PIO levels? Are the District Consumer Forum

required to follow these judgements if I cite them in my case? If the consumer

forum or the SIC or the APIP or PIO do not follow the citations what to do

then? Can a complaint be made against them to the Appellate authorities?

Ms.Usha Kapoor (Expert) 13 April 2018
National consumer Disputes redress forum decisions are binding on State consumer forum and District forum. State consumer forum decisions are bending on District Forum.Please Publish full form of Acronyms.
Dr J C Vashista (Expert) 13 April 2018
Article 141 of the Constitution of India, 1950.
Kishor Mehta (Expert) 13 April 2018
Decisions and Judgments of the Higher authorities have definitely a positive and decisive bearings on the decisions and judgments of junior authorities. These decisions and judgments can be cited in writing in and can be referred during the arguments. It is imperative that the context is properly argued.
Ms.Usha Kapoor (Expert) 15 April 2018
All higher courts Judgementsd are invariably binding on lower courts. Please expand the abbreviations or Acronyms I'd better be able to give advice.


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