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Mind and Mood Clinic – Awful treatment

The ‘Hippocratic Oath’ which doctors are supposed to take and honour is only a sham in these days of rampant commercialization of the medical services system. Doctor’s save lives and have responsibility to deal with the patient ‘s complaint constructively and honestly. I stay in U.S and had referred my mother to Dr.SM but my …

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Complaing regarding sewerage blockage at Govindpuram, Ghaziabad

I am fed up of the sewerage system in this area i.e Govindpuram, Ghaziabad since past few years as there is no exit of sewerage water here and all the water keeps on entering the houses because of which there is huge amount of moisture getting into the walls of the houses and that time …

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Hotel ordered to pay compensation for charging more than MRP

— NATIONAL CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL COMMISSION NEW DELHI REVISION PETITION NO. 550 OF 2006 (Against the order dated 09.01.2006 in Appeal No. 974 of 2005 of the Gujarat State Commission, Ahmedabad) Hotel Nyay Mandir…..(Petitioner/Opp. Party No.1) National Highway No.8 Zadeshwar Road Bharuch Versus Ishwar Lal Jinabhai Desai….. (Respondent/Complainant) 79, Ami Adarsh Society Athwa Lanes Surat …

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National Commission deplores HDFC’s strong-arm tactics

In HDFC Bank Vs. Balwinder Singh [III (2009) CPJ 40 (NC)] Date of decision: 16.03.2009, the National Commission has strongly condemned the banks for employing musclemen and recovery agent to take forcible repossession of hypothecated vehicle from the customer. In the instant Complaintant Mr. Balwinder Singh had complained against HDFC bank of employing musclemen and …

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Consumer Courts & BSNL

On 1-9-2009, a Two-Judge meber Bench of the Hon’ble Court passed a judgement in Civil Appeal No.7587 of 2004, stating as follows:- “In our opinion when there is a special remedy provided in Section 7-B of the Indian Telegraph Act regarding disputes in respect of telephone bills, then the remedy under the Consumer Protection Act …

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Arbitration Clause and Consumer Protection Act

Recently we were presented with a query as to whether a dispute can be referred to a Consumer Court even if the warranty terms for the product under dispute contains the clause “all dispute arising between parties shall be subject to Arbitration Act”. Section 3 of Consumer Protection Act 1986 states as follows: “Act not …

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Oriental Insurance directed to pay compensation in mediclaim

NATIONAL CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL COMMISSION, NEW DELHI REVISION PETITION NO. 2745 OF 2003 (From the order dated 03.06.2003 in Appeal No. 169/03 of the State Commission, Jharkhand) ORIENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY ……… Petitioner New Delhi – 110001 Smt. Parkash Devi ……..Respondent Jharkhand BEFORE: HON’BLE DR.P.D. SHENOY, PRESIDING MEMBER HON’BLE MR. ANUPAM DASGUPTA, MEMBER Order Dated the …

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