Limitation provisions in Consumer Protection Act cannot be strictly construed to the disadvantage of Consumer

Limitation provisions in Consumer Protection Act cannot be strictly construed to the disadvantage of Consumer

The Supreme Court has observed that provisions of limitation in the Consumer Protection Act cannot be strictly construed to the disadvantage of a consumer.

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