The Consumer Protection Act Was Passed in the Interests of the Sellers. - Organisation of Commerce and Management

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The Consumer Protection Act was passed in the interests of the sellers.

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The consumer protection act was passed in the interest of the sellers” is false  as the Consumer protection act was established and passed with the clear intention of aiding the consumers in safeguarding their rights. 
This act aimed at preventing consumer exploitation by educating the consumers of their rights and making provisions against exploitive practices adopted by sellers.
Concept: Consumer Protection Act 1986 (COPRA)
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2015-2016 (March)



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