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Consumer Court in Uttara Kannda

Uttara Kannda Consumer Court Address

Address: M. G. Road, Karwar-581301

Email ID: complaints@consumercourt.in

Website: https://www.consumercourt.in/

Latest Judgments

List of Consumer Court case in Uttara Kannda. Total 4225 cases registered in Uttara Kannda Consumer Court.

Karnataka

The Manager, United India Insurance Company Ltd. V/S Mr. Rajesh K Gouda

Consumer Court: Uttara Kannda

Appelant Advocate S.P Kairanna

Respondant Advocate

Case Number: 1

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Date of Filing: 08-01-2024

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Date of Upload: 18-06-2024

Karnataka

Ashray Co Operative Credit Society Ltd. V/S Shri Krishna Pandurang Gaonkar

Consumer Court: Uttara Kannda

Appelant Advocate S.Y Shejwadkar

Respondant Advocate

Case Number: 11

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Date of Filing: 22-02-2024

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Date of Upload: 15-06-2024

Karnataka

The S.D.O.T V/S Shri R.G Hegde

Consumer Court: Uttara Kannda

Appelant Advocate

Respondant Advocate S.K Pawar

Case Number: 96

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Date of Filing: 06-10-2017

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Date of Upload: 01-06-2024

Karnataka

Divisional Controller, NWKSRTC, V/S Shri Damodar Jairam Prabhu

Consumer Court: Uttara Kannda

Appelant Advocate Darshan V Gouda

Respondant Advocate V.A Todurkar

Case Number: 57

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Date of Filing: 22-11-2022

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Date of Upload: 01-06-2024

Karnataka

The Proprietor, For Saket Mobiles, Shri Manjunath Lingappa Shrinalkar V/S Shri Rajesh Krishna Naik

Consumer Court: Uttara Kannda

Appelant Advocate V.A Todurkar

Respondant Advocate

Case Number: 14

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Date of Filing: 05-04-2023

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Date of Upload: 30-05-2024

Karnataka

Pruthvi Builders and Developers V/S Shri Ravindra Basavantappa Doddatalawar

Consumer Court: Uttara Kannda

Appelant Advocate S.Y Shejwadkar

Respondant Advocate Pradeep G Kori

Case Number: 28

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Date of Filing: 02-09-2023

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Date of Upload: 30-05-2024

Karnataka

The Authorised Signatories Fireboltt V/S Shahid Ansari/Sahid Parwej

Consumer Court: Uttara Kannda

Appelant Advocate

Respondant Advocate

Case Number: 13

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Date of Filing: 01-03-2024

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Date of Upload: 30-05-2024

Karnataka

The Authorised Officer/Servicing Manager, Seebird Express Cargo V/S Azruddin Noorahamed Tilavalli

Consumer Court: Uttara Kannda

Appelant Advocate N .T Shetty

Respondant Advocate D.V Gouda

Case Number: 40

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Date of Filing: 23-10-2023

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Date of Upload: 30-05-2024

Karnataka

The senior Divisional Manager, United India Insurance Company Ltd V/S Smt. Kusuma Bommayya Nayak

Consumer Court: Uttara Kannda

Appelant Advocate R.V Bhat

Respondant Advocate

Case Number: 27

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Date of Filing: 01-09-2023

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Date of Upload: 16-05-2024

Karnataka

The Manager, Insurance Corporation of India V/S J.M Komarpanth

Consumer Court: Uttara Kannda

Appelant Advocate S.V Bhagwat

Respondant Advocate P.S Bhat

Case Number: 2

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Date of Filing: 04-01-2023

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Date of Upload: 16-05-2024

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What is the Consumer Forum?

Consumer Forum Uttara Kannda, also known as the Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum of Uttara Kannda - Karnataka, is established to protect consumer rights and provide a swift and cost-effective solution for consumer complaints. Consumer Forum Uttara Kannda provides a platform for consumers of Uttara Kannda - Karnataka to file complaints against unfair trade practices by the seller, any type of defect in products, or deficient services. There are three levels of Consumer Forum – District Forum i.e Uttara Kannda, State Forum i.e. State Commission consumer forum, and National Forum, each with varying jurisdictions. The main purpose of Uttara Kannda consumer forum is to safeguarding consumers' interests and promoting ethical business practices by holding companies accountable for any violations of consumer rights.

Who can file a complaint before a Uttara Kannda Consumer Forum?

In general, any consumer who has purchased goods or availed any service for the personal use can file a complaint before a Uttara Kannda Consumer Forum.

Defination of Consumer in THE CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT, 2019

(7) "consumer" means any person who—

(i) buys any goods for a consideration which has been paid or promised or partly paid and partly promised, or under any system of deferred payment and includes any user of such goods other than the person who buys such goods for consideration paid or promised or partly paid or partly promised, or under any system of deferred payment, when such use is made with the approval of such person, but does not include a person who obtains such goods for resale or for any commercial purpose; or

(ii) hires or avails of any service for a consideration which has been paid or promised or partly paid and partly promised, or under any system of deferred payment and includes any beneficiary of such service other than the person who hires or avails of the services for consideration paid or promised, or partly paid and partly promised, or under any system of deferred payment, when such services are availed of with the approval of the first mentioned person, but does not include a person who avails of such service for any commercial purpose.

Explanation.— For the purposes of this clause,—
(a) the expression "commercial purpose" does not include use by a person of goods bought and used by him exclusively for the purpose of earning his livelihood, by means of self-employment;
(b) the expressions "buys any goods" and "hires or avails any services" includes offline or online transactions through electronic means or by teleshopping or direct selling or multi-level marketing;

What type of cases can be filed in Consumer Forum?

If you have any disputes and grievances related to your purchase of goods or services and the company is not solving your problem even after filing complaint to the customer care, you can file case against that company in Consumer Forum.

Defective Goods : Consumer can file cases if the purchased goods are defective, substandard, or not as described.

Deficient Services : Complaints regarding services that are deficient or not as promised.

Unfair Trade Practices : Unfair trade practices such as misleading advertisements, false representations, or deceptive business practices.

Overcharging or Unjust Pricing : Complaints related to overpricing, price manipulation, or charging more than the specified.

Faulty Products : Issues arising from products that are unsafe to use, pose health hazards, or do not meet safety standards.

Delay in Services : Cases where there is an unreasonable delay in providing services, causing inconvenience to the consumer.

Product Liability : Instances where a product causes harm or injury due to design defects, manufacturing defects, or inadequate warnings.

Unsatisfactory Professional Services : Disputes arising from services provided by professionals such as doctors, architects, etc.

E-commerce Transactions : Complaints related to the online purchases, including non-delivery of item, quality, or non-compliance with terms and conditions.

What is the procedure of filing the case in Uttara Kannda consumer Forum

When you have not received any satisfactory response from the seller even after contacting to their customer care or even submitting your complaint in anyway, the next step is to file your case in the Uttara Kannda consumer Forum. Before filing a case, you need to send a Legal Notice to the opposite party for dispute resolution. If there's no response or resolution within the stipulated time, you can file your case in the Uttara Kannda consumer Forum.

What is the time limit for filing a case in Uttara Kannda Consumer Forum?

As per THE CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT, 2019 , The District Commission, the State Commission or the National Commission shall not admit a complaint unless it is filed within two years from the date on which the cause of action has arisen.