Torts and The Consumer Protection Act, 2019 is a comprehensive and an absorbing book. It covers the entire syllabus prescribed by the Bar Council of India for the subject. Critical analysis of recent developments on the subject as well as important judicial pronouncements have also been duly incorporated.
The book comprises of two parts. In part I, the concepts of Law of Torts and the provisions of Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 are discussed and in part II, the significant provisions of Consumer Protection Act, 2019 are elucidated.
- Encompasses crisp and intelligible explication of legal principles and legal concepts along with relevant case laws in an intriguing manner
- Each chapter begins with an introduction and comprises of a glossary, chapter summary, and test questions
- Contains tabular representations, numerous illustrations, sub-headings, and relevant case law while elucidating legal principles
- Period of limitation for the relevant civil wrong is stated in each chapter to enable students to understand the practice of enforcing remedies
Medha Kolhatkar is Assistant Professor(part-time faculty) at ILS Law College, Pune, and has been teaching this subject for more than two decades. A PhD from Bharati Vidyapeeth, Pune, on Law Relating to Tenders - Government Contracts in India, she has also authored Human Rights and the Indian Constitution for Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Maharashtra, a book on Consumer Protection Act for Symbiosis Centre for Distance Learning, Pune, and edited and revised the 9th edition of the celebrated book Deeds and Documents by GM Divekar
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