a) What do you mean by the word consumerism? Describre its nature and scope.
b) Examine the scope of the term service in the context of the Consumer Protection Act.
problem 2: Examine how a complaint is made under the Consumer Protection Act.
problem 3: The price in monoplistic market is not determined by the interation of demand and supply. It is the supplier who finds out the price which ultimately results in the exploitation of the consumer. Describe.
problem 4: Duty of reasonable care and skill in the practice of professions is required. Describe this in the context of the medical profession.
problem 5: Describe how deficiency of services is interpreted in matters relating building and housing services.
problem 6: describe various modes of advertisement. What are the legal controls on misleading advertisement?
problem 7: Describe the jurisdiction of the different redressal forum constituted under the Consumer Protection Act.
problem 8: Let the buyer beware (Caveat emptor) has been replaced by let the seller beware. How far his is applicable to the Consumer Protection Act?
problem 9: prepare brief notes on any TWO of the given terms:
a) Commercial purpose.
b) Essential services.
c) Consumer education.
d) Presentation of compliants under the Consumer Protection Act.