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Indian Consumer Protection Cases Recap – 2021

In this post, we bring to you a recap of important Consumer Protection cases of Year 2021 The Bombay Dyeing  Vs. Ashok Narang and Anr. In this case, the Appellant, The Bombay Dyeing and Manufacturing Company Ltd was the builder-promoter whereas Mr. Ashok Narang and others were the allotees/buyers of the flats. It was agreed by the Parties that the possession would be delivered by 2017 at a 20:80 scheme consideration (20% initially and 80% at the time of delivery), in…

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Consumer Protection cases - 2021

Latest Consumer Protection Cases in 2021 – Part 1

THE BOMBAY DYEING AND ... VS ASHOK NARANG AND ANR In this case, the Appellant, The Bombay Dyeing and Manufacturing Company Ltd was the builder-promoter whereas Mr. Ashok Narang and others were the allotees/buyers of the flats. It was agreed by the Parties that the possession would be delivered by 2017 at a 20:80 scheme consideration (20% initially and 80% at the time of delivery), in which the Respondents had already made payment of 20% in 2012-13 inclusive of tax…

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Comments and Suggestion on the Proposed eCommerce Rules

Comments & Suggestions on the Proposed E-Commerce Rules (2021)

Background On 23rd July, 2020 the Central Government had notified the Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020. The Department of Consumer Affairs on 21st June, 2021 published the proposed amendments to Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020 and had sought views/ comments/ suggestions to be sent within 15 days, i.e., by 6th July, 2021 by email to js-ca@nic.in. Later the last date was extended to 21st July, 2021. Structure The comments, suggestions and inputs have been provided in two parts. The first part…

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Duties of E-commerce entities in accordance with Proposed Amendment to E-commerce rules 2020

Obligations of Marketplace E-commerce entities and Inventory E-commerce entities.

The Center has extended the deadline for seeking suggestions on the proposed e-commerce rules till July 21, 2021 according to a notification issued by Center on July 5, 2021. Earlier the Ministry of Consumer Affairs had sought feedback on the proposed amendments to the Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020, till July 6, 2021. Highlights of Duties and Liabilities of Marketplace E-commerce and Inventory E-commerce entities: Liabilities of Marketplace E-commerce entities: • To provide information about the country of origin, best before…

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Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020 – Proposed Amendments (2021)

Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020 – Proposed Amendments (2021)

INTRODUCTION On 23rd July, 2020 the Central Government had notified the Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020. The Department of Consumer Affairs on 21st June, 2021 published the proposed amendments to Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020 and has sought views/ comments/ suggestions to be sent within 15 days, ie., by 6th July, 2021 by email to js-ca@nic.in. In summary the amendments proposed are as follows: Registration of entities with DPIIT shall be mandatory Chief Compliance Officer, Nodal Contact Person and Grievance…

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eCommerce and Licensing News: Govt Relaxes FDI Norms for Single Brand Retail, Ali Express Opens Brick and Mortar Store in Spain, Google Launches Video Game Streaming, and more

Govt to Make E-commerce Guidelines Mandatory, Govt Relaxes FDI Norms for Single-Brand Retail, Ali Express Opens Brick and Mortar Store in Spain, Flipkart Inks Management Deal with Nautica, Google Launches Video Game Streaming Service, Hasbro to Acquire EOne for USD 4 Billion, Disney’s Aladdin and Lion King Video Games to be Upgraded, and more. E-Commerce Law News   Govt to Make E-commerce Guidelines Mandatory Ram Vilas Paswan, the minister for consumer affairs, has recently confirmed that in order to protect the interest of…

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