The Supreme Court has observed that provisions of limitation in the Consumer Protection Act cannot be strictly construed to the disadvantage of a consumer.
The observation came in a judgment delivered by Justices Madan B Lokur and PC Pant in a consumer dispute against National Insurance Company.
The case began when certain goods belonging to Hindustan Safety
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