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What is the rationale behind the enactment of Consumer Protection Act 1986? - Social Science

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What is the rationale behind the enactment of Consumer Protection Act 1986?

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The rationale behind the enactment of the Consumer Protection Act of 1986 is to protect the consumer against unethical and unfair trade practices. Also, it recognises the consumer’s right to be informed, right to choose, right to seek redressal and right to represent himself/herself in consumer courts.

Concept: Role of Government in Consumer Protection
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