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Apr 15 2011 (TRI)

S. Babu Proprietor (Vaishnavi Travel) Vs. Nainar Pillai and Others

Court : Tamil Nadu State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Chennai

Decided on : Apr-15-2011

..... to kurukshetra and budhgaya. the very fact that there was festival, must be the special reason for taking them to kurukshetra, and being not taken, the organizer has committed negligent act. similarly, it is also admitted, because of the law and order problem, they were unable to go to budhgaya. thus it is seen, the opposite parties have not taken the .....

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Apr 11 2011 (TRI)

United India Insurance Co. Ltd., Vs. the Vysya Bank Ltd., Bvhss Extens ...

Court : Tamil Nadu State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Chennai

Decided on : Apr-11-2011

..... available, that could be furnished, lodged a claim, not settled unjustifiably, claiming documents, which are not available, thereby the opposite parties have committed negligent act, as well as deficiency in service, for which the complainant is entitled to compensation of rs.1 lakh also, in addition to the sum assured ..... ordered interest, only from the date of claim, not from the date of death, which ordinarily the nominee is entitled to, if the nominee had acted swiftly, which she failed. therefore, there cannot be any grievance, regarding the grant of interest also. when the district forum, has granted interest, it ..... no documents were available admittedly. this being the position, since the claim was not settled, insisting the documents, which cannot be in existence, the act of the 1st opposite party should be construed, not only as negligent, but also deficiency in service, which was correctly appreciated by the district forum ..... when there was no crime, when there was no fir, crpc, will not come into operation, which should follow, there cannot be a police report also. when postmortem was not admittedly conducted, and when the complainant has repeatedly said, she buried her son, we do not understand ..... of the insured, from claiming the sum assured, unless the terms and conditions of the policy, say so, or claim is barred by limitation under the act. 10. a model form, supplied by vysya bank ltd., covering this kind of policy, is exhibited as ex.b2. under the heading ??procedure for .....

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May 05 2011 (TRI)

The Secretary (M.K.Tg.Cs) Lic of India and Others Vs. A.K.Jayaseelan

Court : Tamil Nadu State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Chennai

Decided on : May-05-2011

..... operation that angiogram test to be made the claim was repudiated. this policy conditions were incorporated as long before so many years on the basis of the life insurance corporation act 1956 and in view of the advanced medical technologies improved through out the world and as per the medical literatures by way of news paper publications as filed by the .....

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Jun 01 2011 (TRI)

M/S.S.Ganpathraj Surana Vs. Pandian

Court : Tamil Nadu State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Chennai

Decided on : Jun-01-2011

..... auction the opposite party informed the complainant to approach the auctioneer and redeem his jewel by paying the amount due. the complainant preferred a complaitn with h1 washermenpet police station and the police authorities after due enquiry, advised the complainant to receive the surplus amount as the opposite party has followed the rules and regulations in auctioning the pledged jewels. the ..... transactions between the parties relates to pledging of jewel as pawner and pawnee and the district forum wrongly entertained the complaint and as the opposite party under the pawn brokers act acted lawfully after giving notice publication etc., by auctioning the defaulters jewels in public auction in order to realize the loan amount there cannot be any deficiency of service by ..... returned as no such person, the postal address given as per the same address furnished in the complaint itself. in those circumstances, it is evident that the opposite party acted in a bonafide manner. whether the complainant is not a consumer as alleged by the appellant is to be considered. while taking in to consideration of the appellants contention ..... on 15.2.06 through bafna auctioneers, a government approved auctioneer, after following all the procedures laid down by the law as per the provisions of tamil nadu pawn brokers act 1943. the auctioneer sent a notice to the complainant before the auction but the same was returned unserved with postal endorsement ??no such person ? . the auctioneer effected paper .....

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Oct 31 2011 (TRI)

A. Suresh Anand and Another Vs. M/S. Icici Bank Ltd., Rep. by Its Chai ...

Court : Tamil Nadu State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Chennai

Decided on : Oct-31-2011

..... rate instead of opting for fixed rate. the change in the rate in interest and rest of interest were informed to the complainants then and there, and the bank had acted as per the terms and paragraph 30 (a) of the loan agreement. the complainants having given consent for floating lending rates, opted consent, for clearing the emi, which was later ..... accepted the amount in full settlement of the balance, failure to hand over the documents is deficiency in service or negligence act, for which, practically we do not have any material though there are many correspondences between the parties, including police complaint. as rightly recorded by the district forum, there is a dispute between the parties, what is the actual amount payable .....

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Feb 28 2011 (TRI)

The Branch Manager, the New India Assurance Co. Ltd., and Another Vs. ...

Court : Tamil Nadu State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Chennai

Decided on : Feb-28-2011

..... from 1.5.2003 and as such, they are not liable to pay any compensation, which is against the terms and condition of the policy, thereby they have committed negligent act as well as deficiency of service, causing mental agony, and therefore, the complainant is entitled to a total sum of rs.3 lakhs. thus accusing, leveling deficiency in service, a ..... the policy was alive, not proved to be cancelled. therefore, as of right, the complainant is entitled to the sum assured, since not paid, that should be construed as negligent act, amounting to deficiency in service, and therefore, we find no error of any kind, in the order of the district forum, where a direction has been issued to pay the .....

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Aug 12 2011 (TRI)

S. Thirumurthi Secretary the Periyanaickenpalayam Housing Society Vs. ...

Court : Tamil Nadu State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Chennai

Decided on : Aug-12-2011

..... the service rendered by the opposite party, and if at all, for the belated payment by the lic, opposite party cannot be faulted, as if committed negligent act, as incorrectly recorded by the district forum. for the above said reasons, we conclude the finding of the district forum, as if the opposite party has ..... the date of death, till the date of the adjustment, as seen from ex.b9, in which proceedings we are unable to find any deficiency or negligent act. if the insurance company had been impleded as a party, there would have been a possibility to find out, how the delay had taken place. therefore, ..... party, tamil nadu cooperative head office, informed the opposite party, requiring some more documents on 1.9.2005. thus it is seen, the head office also had acted forthwith, and it appears the amount was sanctioned, by the insurance company, only in the month of july 2007, as seen from ex.b8. therefore, they have ..... the opposite party should collect the interest from 24.3.2005 to july 2007, which was demanded legally, cannot be termed as negligent act, or deficiency in service, and for the non-payment of the said amount alone, document was not given, which cannot be termed as deficiency or negligent ..... act, praying for the dismissal of the complaint. 4. the district forum, finding fault with the opposite party, as if the opposite party failed to .....

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May 18 2011 (TRI)

P.Singaravel and Another Vs. the Assistant Engineer (O and M), Tamilna ...

Court : Tamil Nadu State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Chennai

Decided on : May-18-2011

..... on 23.9.2004 by way of registered post and a copy sent to the 1st opposite party so far the complainants requests were not responded by them. the said act on the part of the opposite parties have caused a great mental agony and anguish to the complainant. 4. the opposite parties denied all the allegations of the complainant by .....

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Jan 31 2011 (TRI)

Royal Sundaram Alliance Insurance Co. Ltd., Rep. by Executive-claim S. ...

Court : Tamil Nadu State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Chennai

Decided on : Jan-31-2011

..... partys hospital, incurring expenses are all not in dispute and only point that arise for consideration is, whether the third opposite party had committed any negligent act, amounting to deficiency in service, in not honouring the bill, on the basis of the policy, for which, the key is ex.a2 or the ..... as its agent namely the second opposite party failed to pay the amount, thereby compelling the complainant to discharge the bill. in this view, alleging negligent act as well as deficiency in service, a complaint came to be filed as said above. 7. as far as the facts, the complainant was a ..... negligence, curing the problem, they have charged rs.32,034/- under ex.a4. when the first opposite party, has not committed any deficiency or negligent act, when the second and third opposite parties have not paid the amount, as per the health card for the service rendered by them, they have collected ..... canvass any deficiency, for not paying the amount since the repudiation was in order, as per the terms and conditions, which cannot be termed as negligent act also. thus, they also prayed for the dismissal of the complaint. 5. the first opposite party namely, the second respondent in this appeal, is the ..... policy called ??cashless policy ? ended in vain, resulting not only over stay in the hospital, but also, causing mental agony. by the negligent and deficiency acts committed by the opposite party, the complainant was put to mental agony, for which, he is entitled to a sum of rs.50,000/-, in addition .....

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Oct 04 2011 (TRI)

Saradha Gopalakrishnan and Another Vs. Icici Bank Limited, Rep. by Its ...

Court : Tamil Nadu State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Chennai

Decided on : Oct-04-2011

..... conduct prescribed by the bank in the case of city bank whcih was relied upon. according to the same order of repossession pre possession, and post repossession, information to the police station, free sale notice to the customer, 7 days time for pre-payment funds made vehicle to be released to the customer if not made sale process commenced by sealed ..... regularising the account. but in spite of that the opposite party without her knowledge taken possession of the vehicle and as the vehicle was found missing she intimated to the police station and to the opposite party through letter dated 24.2.04 and the opposite party in the guise of helping for claim of insurance to collect r.c. book ..... compensation and also relied upon the ruling reported in 2003, 2006 cpj 247 national commission that under hire purchase transaction financier not renders service within the meaning of consumer protection act, complainant is not a consumer. 6. aggrieved by the order of the district forum, the complainant come forward with this appeal by stating that the district forum erroneously dismissing the .....

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