Advocate Sushila
SUPREME COURT HOLDS THAT THERE WILL BE NO TRANSFER OF CASES ON THE GROUND OF ENHANCED PECUNIARY LIMIT UNDER THE CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT, 2019
Advocate Sushila Ram 19 Mar 2021

SUPREME COURT HOLDS THAT THERE WILL BE NO TRANSFER OF CASES ON THE GROUND OF ENHANCED PECUNIARY LIMIT UNDER THE CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT, 2019

Recently, the #SupremeCourt of India in the case of Neena Aneja and Others vs Jai Prakash Associates Ltd (Civil Appeal Nos. 3766-3767 of 2020), vide its Judgment dated 16.03.2021 held that #consumercomplaints instituted under the Consumer Protection Act of 1986 (the ‘Act of 1986’) will continue before the same forum and will not be transferred in terms of the modified pecuniary jurisdiction provided under the new #ConsumerProtectionAct, 2019 that came into force on 20.07.2020 (the ‘Act of 2019’).


To read more, please visit the link below:


https://theindianlawyer.in/supreme-court-holds-that-there-will-be-no-transfer-of-cases-on-the-ground-of-enhanced-pecuniary-limit-under-the-consumer-protection-act-2019/


#supremecourt #pecuniary #jurisdiction #consumerprotection

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