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Doctors and the Consumer Protection Act (CPA)

Anil Pilgaokar


Abstract

The recent landmark judgement by the Supreme Court, stating that medical services to patients, for which fees are charged, come under the purview of Consumer Protection Act 1986, has put a curtain on the long- drawn-out debate between doctors and consumers on the issue.

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