Consumer Protection Act - Consumer Protection Act 1986 was enacted to protect the rights and interests of those who are consumers in some way or the other from the exploitation of trade and industry. According to this Act, any person who buys goods and services for his use is a consumer. Users of these goods and services are also consumers with the permission of the buyer.
According to the Consumer Protection Act, 1986, which person is a consumer?
1. A consumer is a person who has bought something by paying Rs.
2. A person who has not purchased any goods himself, but uses the goods with the permission of the buyer; He is also a consumer.
3. The person who buys goods for the purpose of selling is not a consumer.
4. The person purchasing goods for self-employment is a consumer.
Apart from the above people, the following people also fall under the category of consumer:
1. the person who is the beneficiary of the goods or services
2. Heirs of a consumer consumer
3. Consumer Spouse
4. Consumer Relatives
5. Joint Hindu Family
Who can file a complaint
1. Victim Consumer
2. Any form, even if it is not registered
3. Joint Hindu Family
4. State or Central Governments
5. Co-operative society or any group of people
That the Any family member can file a complaint in the consumer court, if there is a connection in the name of the boy, the father can file a case in the consumer court