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NCDRC Registry To Remain Open For Filing Purposes On July 18 [Read Notice]

18 July 2020 5:37 AM GMT
NCDRC Registry To Remain Open For Filing Purposes On July 18 [Read Notice]
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The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) has notified that its registry will remain open on Saturday, i.e. July 18, 2020, so as to enable the litigants to file their Consumer Complaints.

The decision has been taken in the backdrop of coming into force of the Consumer Protection Act, 2019 from Monday, i.e. July 20 onwards.

Most Provisions Of Consumer Protection Act To Come Into Force On 20 July 2020

From July 20, the erstwhile Consumer Protection Act, 1986 shall stand repealed and all fresh filings shall be governed by the provisions of the new Act.

The National Commission has ordered that its Registry will function on Saturday for the limited purpose of accepting filing of Consumer Compiaints, etc.

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