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English Court Steno Question Paper Part-24

Har saal District Courts and High Courts mai Steno papers, Adhoc steno papers, hote rehte hai, inki language kafi had tak same hi hoti hai.

Aap yeh paper dekh kar easily practice kar sakte hai, in future apko aur bhi court shorthand papers provide kiye jayenge.

Punjab and Haryana High Court, District Court (Steno Adhoc Exams) mai 80 wpm speed 5 minutes mai bole geya tha, aur agey bhi aisi hi dictation court steno exam mai boli jaa sakti hai. 

Aap daily website se court dictationsenglish steno dictations practice karte jaye, aap bahut jaldi perfection hasil karlenge.


80 WPM Court Steno Paper



Steno Typist Paper Part- 24



  • Paragraph 5 Minutes
  • Words 400
  • Transcribed Time in Shorthand Exam- 20 Minutes
  • Paragraph Reading Time- 1 Minutes


Match Steno Test Paragraph

Joining Words Outlines Highlighted

       From the provisions of the Consumer Protection Act the position is clear that the consumer disputes redressal agencies such as District Forums State Commissions and the National Commission are vested with powers of adjudication of all types of consumer disputes. No exception is made in case of consumer disputes in which the allegations made in the complaint regarding deficiency of service causing damage to or loss of the goods are contested. Indeed finality is attached to the orders of the (1) redressal agencies and provision is made for execution and implementation of the orders passed by them treating such orders as decree of the court. It is relevant to state here that on perusal of the provisions of the Act it is clear that the scheme of the statute is to provide steps of redressal forums for attending to the grievances of consumers regarding deficiency in service promptly and give finality to the orders passed by the agencies. Therefore, it is (2) difficult to accept the contention that the dispute redressal agencies provided in the Consumer Protection Act are not forums which I have jurisdiction to entertain the complaints in which claims for loss or damage to goods entrusted to a carrier for transportation is seriously disputed. It is true that the Act is a protective legislation to make available inexpensive and expeditious summary remedy. 

            There must be a finding that the respondent was responsible for the deficiency in service, the consequence of  (3) which would be that the appellant had incurred the liability for loss or damages suffered by the consumer due to deficiency in service thereof. When the parties have contracted and limited their liabilities, the question arises, whether the State Commission or the National Commission under the Act could give relief for damages in excess of the limits prescribed under the contract. It is true that in an appropriate case. the Tribunal without going upon acute disputed question of facts may (4) decide the validity of the terms of the contract based upon the fact situation and may grant remedy. But each case depends upon its own facts. In an appropriate case where there is an acute dispute of facts necessarily the tribunal has to refer the parties to original civil court established under the Civil Procedure Code or appropriate State law to have the claims decided between the parties. But when there is a specific term in the contract, the parties (5)




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