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Panchkula: Maximum complaints in consumer courts are against realtors

Of a total of 187 complaints received this year, till October, 116 are against builders and real estate developers

After SC order,IMA wants docs out of consumer law's ambit

Damages: Wants medical tribunal to be set up to hear such complaints.


Delivery of new flats: Delays can attract high penalty for developers

Recent court ruling relieves buyers of the risk of being duped by developers.

Railways to make online booking easier,faster

To solve the problem of its website slowing down in response to an escalating demand for e-tickets,the Railways will introduce a next-generation e-ticketing system.

Landmark judgments on insurance that affect you

Numerous changes have been brought into effect by insurance companies over the years after consumer courts have ruled against them

Disposal rates high,but less than 60% cases cleared in prescribed time frame by UT consumer courts

Despite a prescribed time frame,of three months,for cases to be cleared by the consumer courts,the number of cases disposed off within the time limit remains low.


UT consumer courts are aggrieved mobile phone buyers’ last resort

For grievances regarding faulty mobile phones,the consumer courts in Chandigarh are turning out to be the last resort of aggrieved users.

Car buyers find it tough to get promised ‘exchange bonus’

Car dealers often lure buyers with the promise of an exchange bonus. But in a number of cases,the amount is not paid later,and city residents have had to knock the doors of the consumer courts to make the dealer to pay the bonus.

Buy second-hand cars but get papers first-hand

For all those who may be planning to buy a second-hand vehicle,make sure you take the important documents of the vehicle at the time of purchase.

Faulty laptops: Two city residents win cases against dealers

City residents facing problems with their laptops are now resorting to seeking the help of consumer courts to resolve their complaints.