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The law of consumer protection in India : justice within reach / Gurjeet Singh ; foreword by N.R. Madhva Menon ; introduction by Werner F. Menski
Bib ID 2852912
Format BookBook
Author
Singh, Gurjeet
 
Description New Delhi : Deep & Deep Publications, c1996 
lvi, 542 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 8171007902
Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. [455]-536.

Subjects Consumer protection -- Law and legislation -- India.
Other authors/contributors Menon, N. R. Madhva  |  Menski, Werner F

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