Plot No: 5-B, Sector: 19-B, Chandigarh 160019
Chandigarh is a quasi-judicial commission , which was set up in 1988 under the Consumer Protection Act of 1986. Its office is in Chandigarh. The commission is headed by a sitting or retired judge of the High Court.The commission is presently headed by Justice Raj Shekhar Attri, former judge of the Punjab And Haryana High Court. State Commission deals with the consumer complaints where the value of goods or services and the compensation if any, claimed exceeds Rs.20 lakhs but upto Rs.one crore, filed by the consumers under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986. Under the Act, State Commission acts as Appellate Authority u/s Section 19 of Consumer Protection Act, 1986, Any person aggrieved by an order made by the Commission may prefer an appeal against such order to the National Commission within a period of thirty days from the date of receipt of the order.
Gazette Notification dated 15.07.2020 of Commensement of the Consumer Protection Act, 2019, with effect from 20.07.2020 click here
Gazette Notification dated 15.07.2020 of Consumer Protection Rules, 2020 under the CPA, 2019click here
Order dated 17.07.2020 issued by the Chandigarh State Commission for the information of implementation of the CPA, 2019click here
List of Candidates called for interview for the Post of Member, District Forum-ll,U.T. Chandigarh on 13.02.2020 click here
List of Candidates called for interview for the Post of Member, District Forum-ll,U.T. Chandigarh on 11.02.2020 click here
"All the cases fixed for 11.11.112019, will be taken up on 13.11.2019 on account of public holiday declared on 11.11.2019 by Chd. Admin"
The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 (In short,'The Act') is a benevolent social legislation that lays down the rights of the consumers and provides their for promotion and protection of the rights of the consumers. The first and the only Act of its kind in India, it has enabled ordinary consumers to secure less expensive and often speedy redressal of their grievances. By spelling out the rights and remedies of the consumers in a market so far dominated by organized manufacturers and traders of goods and providers of various types of services, the Act makes the dictum, caveat emptor ('Buyer Beware') a thing of the past.
The Right to Information Act (RTI) is an Act of the Parliament of India "to provide for setting out the practical regime of right to information for citizens" and replaces the erstwhile Freedom of information Act, 2002.The Act applies to all States and Union Territories of India except Jammu & Kashmir. Under the provisions of the Act, any citizen may request information from a "public authority" (a body of Government or "instrumentality of State") which is required to reply expeditiously or within thirty days. The Act also requires every public authority to computerise their records for wide dissemination and to proactively certain categories of information so that the citizens need minimum recourse to request for information formally.It is an initiative taken by the Department of Personnel and Training, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions... Read More.