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Ramani Gopalan (Owner)     17 May 2018

Can i send legal notice to broker

deficiency of services fr
om broker can be filed as a case in consumer court?


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Adv.Balachander Reddy (High Court Advocate IPR Attorney and RTI Activist)     17 May 2018

Legal notice shall be snet only by an advocate..

Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 )     17 May 2018

you can file a consumer complaint and seek redress. Different types of complaints can be filed depending on the specific issue, by visiting the concerned consumer court and submitting the necessary documents. Alternatively, you can also register a consumer complaint online.

The government runs a portal called the Consumer Online Resource and Empowerment Centre ( It is a com plaint and grievance redressal system run by the Consumer Co-ordination Council and supported by the Department of Consumer Affairs, Government of India. 


Rahul kandharkar (Freelance Editor Legal Consultant Author.)     17 May 2018

yes u can send the legal notice to the Broker via your Advocate, for the deficiency of service and call upon him to render his part of service.

TGK REDDI   17 May 2018

You can send legal notice with your signature without the aid of an advocate.

Deficiency in service is within the jurisdiction of a Consumer Forum.

Legal notice won't help you in the Forum but it, if the broker fears, will be useful in not having to knock the door of the Forum.

Ramani Gopalan (Owner)     17 May 2018

anyone in Hyderabad who can represent and pls tell me ur fees
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