Sunday, November 30, 2014

Consumer Protection Law In India

Consumer Protection Law In India

 According to McMillan Dictionary (1985) “Consumerism is concerned with protecting consumers from all organizations with which there is exchanged relationship. It encompasses the set of activities of government, business, independent organizations and concerned consumers that are designed to protect the rights of consumers”. In the good olden days the principle of ‘Caveat emptor’, which meant buyer beware governed the relationship between seller and the buyer.
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