E-Book

 

E-Book

 

1)      LANDMARK JUDGEMENTS ON CONSUMER LAW AND PRACTICE: 2008-2020(CLICK HERE)

This book is published by the Chair on Consumer Law and Practice, NLSIU, Bangalore in collaboration with the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi. The book contains a summary of Landmark Judgements of Consumer Protections Laws passed during the year 2008-2020. These cases are basically decided under the old Consumer Protection Act 1986, but the Consumers Commission can still take the recourse of these old judgments as precedents and decide the case that is filed under the new Consumer Protection Act 2019. This book is mainly intended to educate the consumers about their basic rights and bring awareness about the responsibilities and duties of consumers which would influence individual behavior to a great extent. It is also intended to be used as a reference for students, teachers, academicians, presidents, and Members of Consumer Commissions, and all those with a concern for better consumer protection and on development of concepts

  2)      CONSUMER HANDBOOK ON MEDIATION: (FAQ)  2021 (CLICK HERE)

 The Ministry of Consumer affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Government of India has facilitated the cost-efficient and time-saving platform for resolution of consumer disputes in the form of Mediation. To create awareness about ‘Mediation’ as an effective tool to resolve consumer disputes and an attempt of the same has been made by Chair on Consumer Law and Practice, NLSIU Bangalore through this handbook. This Handbook contains useful information about the concept and process of Mediation in resolving Consumer Disputes. This handbook will be very useful to the Consumers, Mediators, Professionals, academicians, voluntary consumer associations, consumer rights activists, and various other stakeholders to educate and empower the consumers.

 3) MISLEADING ADVERTISEMENTS AND UNFAIR TRADE PRACTICE IN INDIA: A CRITICAL CASE ANALYSIS, 2016 (CLICK HERE)

The Chair on Consumer Law and Practice at the National Law School of India University is proud to present the updated edition of Misleading Advertisements and Unfair Trade Practices in India: A Critical Case Analysis, in 2016. This book seeks to perform its bit by educating the readers about the up and coming trends and approaches to misleading advertisements. This book has been updated significantly, to keep abreast with the most recent developments surrounding the topic at hand. Judicial decisions delivered by the Supreme Court till as late as 2016 have been included. In addition to the 29 legislations already covered in the pioneer edition, the object and summary of legislations where the provisions dealing with misleading advertisements and unfair trade practices feature, have been added, such as the Indian Contract Act, 1872, Sale of Goods Act, 1930, Indian Copyright Act, 1957, Companies Act, 2013, Information Technology Act, 2000, Indian Penal Code 1860, etc. A commentary on the Consumer Protection Bill 2015 also appears in this book, so are a new bunch of specific regulatory authorities dealing with the topic covered, added. These include the Council for Fair Business Practices (CFBP), Consumer Code of Association of Indian Engineering Industry (AIEI), Advertising Code for Cable Operators, etc.