i and my company bought a property for opening IT office. the builder has not completed the building and harrasing us and not completing the construction of the property for last 4 years. my question is
Whether the company is treated as consumer?
Whether investing in property for development of software be treated as "commercial purpose"?
if any of the question is okay, please give relevant judgements.
 Yes, company may be consumer if it avails paid services and the service provider fails to provide company the required services.
 the company had invested the money in property to develop the software buisness for earning profit on large scale which is obviously a commercial purpose and for the same can not filecase against the builder in Consumer Forum for the deficit services.
It all depends upon the circumstances and facts of the case to decide whether the purpose behind such buying reflects the commercial nature of transaction or not. In your case,if you bought the property in the name of company, it may be derived from the normal circumstances that the purpose was commercial.
Thus now it's upon you to consider your case in light of the above said words. Please allow me to end this thread(If you consider the limitation of professional advice on a online legal forum).
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