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Whether loss of goods sustained by insured, fall within the meaning of ‘burglary’ as stated in insurance policy

Corporate Law : In the present case, entry by the culprits was by removal of roof sheet which cannot be done without use of force. Hence, it would...

May 31, 2022 1299 Views 0 comment Print


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NCDRC Order Builder have to refund with interest to Homebuyer

Corporate Law : The Builder will have to refund the amount with interest to Homebuyer if possession of the flat is not given on time. Jaypee Build...

June 19, 2022 3306 Views 0 comment Print

NCDRC Orders Ramprastha & Blue Bell Protech to Refund Homebuyers’ Money

Corporate Law : The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) has ordered to refund of the full amount paid by five homebuyers in a ...

March 30, 2021 1164 Views 0 comment Print


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Rajasthan HC Lacks Superintendence Under Article 227 Over NCDRC Delhi Orders

Corporate Law : In Rajeev Chaturvedi vs. Commissioner case, Rajasthan High Court rules Article 227 writ petition not applicable for NCDRC orders. ...

March 5, 2024 204 Views 0 comment Print

Doubt in Surveyor’s Report Leading to Non-Assessment by Insurance Company constitute Service Deficiency

Corporate Law : In present facts of the case, the National Commission observed that where the Final Surveyor’s Report credibility becomes doubtf...

October 12, 2023 567 Views 0 comment Print

Insurance Policy applicable to whole India & not limited to concerned premises of Insured

Corporate Law : In present facts of the case, the National Commission allowed the Revision Petition filed by the Complainant by making observation...

October 11, 2023 456 Views 0 comment Print

Insurance Claim Rejection Unjustified: No Link Between Depression & Fatal Cardiovascular Arrest

Corporate Law : In present facts of the case, the Revision Petition have been filed by the Petitioner – LIC against Respondents under section 21...

October 11, 2023 564 Views 0 comment Print

Medical Negligence to be proved According to Apex Court Standards: NCDRC

Corporate Law : In present facts of the case, the National Commission while dismissing the Complaint observed that in the absence of any omission,...

October 9, 2023 444 Views 0 comment Print


Allowing in withdrawal of amount by violating ‘Postal Department Rules’ would constitute ‘Deficiency in Service’

September 29, 2023 342 Views 0 comment Print

In present facts of the case, the Revision Petition (RP) was filed under section 21 (b) of Consumer Protection Act 1986, against the order dated 08.05.2019 of the State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission West Bengal.

Detaining person forcefully by Railway Personnel without giving an opportunity to unload the luggage would constitute ‘deficiency of Service’

September 29, 2023 198 Views 0 comment Print

In present facts of the case the NATIONAL CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL COMMISSION NEW DELHI (NCDRC) observed that Railway Personnel were liable for ‘deficiency of Service’ when the Complainant was detained forcefully from the train without letting him to unload his luggage due to which the luggage was lost and the Complainant have to bear the financial loss.

No responsibility or liability persists if exemption been granted through Government MoU

September 28, 2023 306 Views 0 comment Print

In present facts of the case, NATIONAL CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL COMMISSION NEW DELHI (NCDRC) observed that when Government of India had itself exempted the Petitioner from any obligation to verify the Interest Subsidy Schemes received from any Bank other than the Petitioner/Bank itself then the Petitioner cannot be hold responsible.

Person engaged in activities for generating profits would not come under ambit of definition of Consumer

September 28, 2023 132 Views 0 comment Print

In present facts of the case the Appeal was under Section 19 of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 against the impugned Order dated 31.12.2015 passed by the Jharkhand State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, Ranchi in Consumer Complaint No. 06/2011, whereby the Complaint filed by the Complainant was partly allowed.

Nexus between disease & cause of death have to be proved in order to repudiate claim: NCDRC

September 28, 2023 1155 Views 0 comment Print

In present facts of the case, the present Revision Petition was filed by the Petitioner against Respondents as detailed above, under section 58 (b) of Consumer Protection Act 2019, against the order dated 28.07.2021 of the State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, Karnataka.

Sale proceeds of seized vehicle would be calculated at depreciation rate @ 40% of actual invoice value

September 28, 2023 543 Views 0 comment Print

In present facts of the case, the NATIONAL CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL COMMISSION NEW DELHI (NCDRC) observed that the sale proceeds of the seized vehicle by the Respondent would be calculated at the depreciation rate @ 40% of the actual invoice value of the Motor Vehicle.

Where two interpretations of evidence are possible, concurrent findings based on evidence have to be accepted

September 27, 2023 519 Views 0 comment Print

In present facts of the case, the NATIONAL CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL COMMISSION NEW DELHI (NCDRC) observed that where two interpretations of evidence are possible, concurrent findings based on evidence have to be accepted and such findings cannot be substituted in revisional jurisdiction.

Removal of stones in gall bladder without consent of complainant is against medical ethics & constitute ‘medical negligence’

September 27, 2023 792 Views 0 comment Print

In present facts of the case, the revision petition was filed under section 21 of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 which assails the order dated 05.05.2016 of the State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, Punjab, Chandigarh allowing the appeal and dismissing order dated 28.01.2013 of the District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum, Bhatinda.

‘Deficiency in service’ and ‘unfair trade practice’ both established if party take a step back from its stated position to Consumer

September 26, 2023 618 Views 0 comment Print

In present facts of the case, the Revision Petition was filed under section 21 of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 which assails order dated 06.02.2015 of the State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow.

NCDRC it is not required to re-assess & re-appreciate evidence on record when findings of lower fora are concurrent on facts

September 26, 2023 405 Views 0 comment Print

In present facts of the case, the revision petition was filed under section 21 (b) of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 assailing the order dated 11.08.2017 of the State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, Pandri, Raipur.

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