Business, Consumer and the Government: An Economic and Legal Perspectives (India and Germany)

Mittal Publications, 2001 - 348 páginas

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Economic Theory of Consumer Protection 137
Consumer Protection in India 89190
Experiences in the Field of the Consumer
Summary and Conclusion 285308
Bibliography 331343
Index 345348
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Página 276 - For the purpose of Article 1, 'damage' means: a) damage caused by death or by personal injuries; b) damage to, or destruction of, any item of property other than the defective product itself, with a lower threshold of 500 ECU, provided that the item of property: i) is of a type ordinarily intended for private use or consumption, and ii) was used by the injured person mainly for his own private use or consumption.
Página 275 - A product is defective when it does not provide the safety which a person is entitled to expect...
Página 77 - A manufacturer is strictly liable in tort when an article he places on the market, knowing that it is to be used without inspection for defects, proves to have a defect that causes injury to a human being.
Página 10 - The contract further provided that "the amount of each periodical installment payment to be made by [purchaser] to the Company under this present lease shall be inclusive of and not in addition to the amount of each installment payment to be made by [purchaser] under such prior leases, bills or accounts ; and all payments now and hereafter made by [purchaser'] shall be credited pro rata on all outstanding leases, bills and accounts due the Company by [purchaser] at the time each such payment is made.
Página 222 - ... that the defect is attributable to the design of the product in which the component has been fitted or to the instructions given by the manufacturer of the product.
Página 101 - The provisions of this Act shall be in addition to, and not in derogation of, the provisions of any other law for the time being in force.

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