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Filing complaint to consumer court

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This download contains step by step methods for filing a successful consumer complaint in Consumer forum. We are sure with the steps available in this file, you will get all the information in a very easy and simple manner to file a consumer complaint.

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  • In the above article filing of complaint in the consumer court is defined very beautifully.With all this information any person can file a complaint in the consumer court regarding any defected items or the services rendered to him by a dealer or a service provider.complaint forum
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Filing complaint to consumer court

  1. 1. 2 Minute steps to filing complaint in the consumer courtFiling a Complaint in Consumer Court Individually or Jointly the complaint can be filed Copy of bill as evidence of purchase. Agreement copies, Terms of Conditions opposite parties letters and Copy of letters sent to the opposite party to request for Obtain the documents rectification of fault and settlement of the grievance. Company Details Copy of advertisement and catalogue that promised the concerned goods and services. Send the Personal or Legal Notice to Details of facts, Be narrative on details, Company explain what do you expect as a outcome and specify the timeframe. 1. Complaint 2. Affidavit Prepare a complaint 3. List of documents 4. Documents 5. Vakalatnama 6. Application for injunction (if any) 7. Application for condonation of delay (if any) Download the sample 8. Required Copies: 4 plus format from additional copies for each NationalConcerns.com opposite party. >Rs 20 lakh file the complaint in your district forum. Rs 20 lakh and Rs 1 crore = State commission constituted in the capital cities. <Rs 1 crore = New Delhi, National Commission is located. Court FeeUpto Rs.1 Lakh: NIL for those below the poverty line holding Antyodaya AnnaYojana CardsUpto Rs.1 Lakh : Rs.100Above Rs.1 lakh upto Rs.5 Lakh: Rs.200Above Rs.5 Lakhs upto Rs. 10 Lakhs : Rs.400Above Rs.10 Lakhs upto Rs.20 Lakhs : Rs.500Demand draft in favour of President, Consumer Disputes Redressal forum, (Name of) District, state or New Delhi (basis District, State or national forum)Above Rs.20 Lakhs up to Rs. 50 Lakhs : Rs.2000 (State)Above Rs. 50 Lakhs up to Rs. 1 Crore : Rs. 4000 (State)Above Rs.1 Crore: Rs.5,000 (National) Prepare a bank draft from a nationalized Bank to pay court fee. Get the complaint affidavit notarized through a notary Submit the complaint and court fee to the court Get the complaint reference number and date for admission hearing Case admitted The court will send a notice with your complaint copy to the service/goods provider asking for reply within 30 days Hearings You can ask for the following from the consumer court (a) removal of defects from the goods (b) replacement of the goods (c.) refund of the price paid (d) award of compensation for the loss or injury suffered (e) removal of defects or deficiencies in the services (f) discontinuance of unfair trade practices or restrictive trade practices or direction not to repeat them. (g) withdrawal of the hazardous goods from being offered for sale or (h) award for adequate costs Court Order http://www.nationalconcerns.com Connecting People Who Care… With Concerns That Matter

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