August 2017

Medical Negligence-Plastic Surgery-Failure to get the biopsy done indicates that doctors did not exercise reasonable degree of skill and knowledge which was expected in such cases-Compensation of Rs. 10 lakh awarded.

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Insurance—Interest on claim—Delay in Surveyor’s Report—Insurer, therefore, must compensate the insured for this deficiency in the service.

By | August 10th, 2017|Consumer Cases|

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Consumer Protection Act, 1986, S.12–Education–Misleading advertisement-Institute did not file any documentary evidence that it was recognized by the Government in any manner and was affiliated with any state or central university-Contention that Diploma Course in Veterinary pharmacy is not governed by any statute; not accepted-Order directing refund of fee with interest upheld.

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July 2017

Housing—Non-approval of plan—Non payment of balance amount—If one party to the agreement fails to perform his part of the contract, it cannot compel the other party to the agreement to perform its part which the other party is required to perform.

By | July 11th, 2017|Consumer Cases, Housing|

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Consumer Protection Act, 1986, S.12–lnsurance–Theft of Vehicle-Delay of 21/2 months in giving intimation of theft by insured to insurer-It amounts to breach of policy-­Insured was obligated to give intimation immediately after theft came to his knowledge-Mere intimating the police or lodging FIR does not amount to sufficient compliance-Claim held to be rightly repudiated.

By | July 11th, 2017|Consumer Cases|

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June 2017