Law of Consumer Protection with E-Commerce


Book Details
Title Law of Consumer Protection with E-Commerce
ISBN 9789356036765
Edition 2024 edition
Authors D.P. Mittal
Publisher Commercial Law Publishers

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Discover the essential guide to consumer protection in the digital age with “Law of Consumer Protection with E-Commerce” by D.P. Mittal. The 2024 edition offers updated legal insights and practical knowledge on e-commerce regulations. Available now with a flat 27% discount and free shipping for a limited period. ISBN: 9789356036765. published by Commercial Law Publishers.

Chapter Content
1 Is an introductory chapter dealing with historical development of the law of consumer protection and explaining the scope and scheme of the Consumer Protection Act, 2019.
2 Explains the meaning of “consumer”, “goods” and “ services”.
3 Deals with Central Consumer Protection Authority established to promote, protect and enforce the rights of consumers; its duties and functions.
4 Deals restrictive trade practices of inflicting unjustified costs or restrictions by manipulating prices or conditions, resale price maintenance, tying arrangements, etc.; practices anti- competitive in nature.
5 Deals with unfair trade practices of misleading statement, false representation, fraudulent misrepresentation, etc.y
6 Deals with misleading advertisement, endorsement, sponsorship, and comparative advertisement disparaging goods of another person, etc.
7 Deals with the concept of passing off.
8 Deals with concept of product liability; the strict liability of a product manufacturer, service provider or seller to compensate a consumer for any harm or injury caused by a defective good or deficient service.
9 Deals with establishment of District, State and National Commissions for redressal of grievances, their jurisdiction, functions and powers.
10 Explains the meaning of compensation, damages and their assessment.
11 Deals with the mechanism of mediation for resolving differences and the appointment and role of mediator.
12 and 13 Deals with concept respectively of e- commerce and direct selling.
14 Deals with penalties and prosecution, cognizance and compounding of offence.
15 Deals with quashing of prosecution proceedings by the High Court under section 482 of the Cr PC.
16 Deals with protection of action in good faith.
17 Deals with interpretative principles.

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