Category: Consumer Laws

Juvenile Justice Act

The transgender community is not protected by any constitutional or legislative provisions: to the Bombay High Court through Maha Transco

The State-owned corporation said that as there is no legal need, the transmission company is powerless to make a reservation for transsexual people. The Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Company Ltd. (MahaTransco) informed the Bombay High Court that there is no constitutional provision, legislative need, or official government directive requiring job reservations for the transgender population.

Lawyer gets ₹15 lakh in damages for loss of leg due to hospital's medical negligence.

Lawyer gets ₹15 lakh in damages for loss of leg due to hospital’s medical negligence.

Lawyer gets ₹15 lakh in damages for loss of leg due to hospital’s medical negligence.  The Commission determined that the complainant incurred financial and bodily losses as a result of medical malpractice. The Raigad District Consumer Complaints Redressal Commission recently ordered a hospital and two of its physicians to pay a lawyer 15 lakh in

E-commerce Entities and Consumer Protection Act

   E-commerce Entities and the Consumer Protection Act 2019

Introduction The E-commercial activities and the E-commerce business are rapidly growing worldwide. In India, according to a report of ‘Ministry of Communication,’ the number of users of mobile will reach 730 billion. In E-commerce, the transaction occurs directly with the consumers. This is also called B2C. In the case of B2C business, the most important

Introduction to Law of Contract

Introduction To Law of Contract

Introduction A contract is an agreement between two entities or individuals, which serves as legal protection for both parties involved in a potential business deal. The contract is an agreement enforceable by law that offers personal rights and imposes personal obligations for the protection of the rights of the parties. The basic contract law depends

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