Delhi High Court division bench was dealing with a plea filed by a practising lawyer pointing out backlog of vacancies in the Consumer Forums; inadequacy of staff; lack of infrastructure including supply of drinking water and toilet facilities.
Supreme Court bench suggested the formation of All-India Tribunals Service with respect to the administrative work in the tribunals. The bench tendered an umbrella like allocation of services in the NCLT, NCDRC, DRT and other tribunals under other central legislations.
The Supreme Court on Thursday observed that if a vehicle is being used/driven without a valid registration, an insurance claim can be rejected, since it constitutes a fundamental breach of the terms and conditions of the contract of insurance.
Complainant has filed the present Complaint in NCDRC alleging deficiency in service on the part of Opposite Parties and seeking written apology from the ITC Management as well as compensation of 3 crores for harassment, humiliation and mental trauma.
The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission has held that in a case of unnatural death, where a DD entry is duly made, an Inquest is duly carried out, a Post Mortem is duly conducted, a private agency providing “medico legal services” does not wholly substitute
Breaking: The Supreme Court of India registers Suo Motu on pending vacancies in Districts and State Consumer Redressal Commission Across India, titled as, Re: Inaction of Governments in appointing Presidents and Members/Staff of Districts and State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission.