NCDRC cannot selectively accept only parts of expert reports that support its conclusions: Supreme Court

"It was not open to the NCDRC to rely on portions of the reports which supported its conclusions ... and discard the rest because the observations came in conflict with such conclusions," the Court said.

The Supreme Court recently set aside a National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) order after noting that it relied only on selective portions of reports by experts in a matter. [SS Cold Storage India Pvt Ltd vs National Insurance Company Ltd]

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