Nepal Consumer Protection Act

Consumer protection in Nepal is regulated under the Consumer Protection Act of January 28, 1998, which came into force on April 13, 1999 (the “CPA”). The CPA set forth several provisions for the protection of consumers and establishes the Consumer Protection Council (“CPC”)

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What is the role of the Consumer Protection Council?
What are the main rights of consumers under the CPA?
What practices are prohibited under the CPA?
What happens when the CPA is violated?
How can a consumer be compensated?


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