Legal Aspect of Product Design     


(i)     The imposition of rules and acts passed by State and Central Govt.

(ii)   The standards related to code of practice for design, fabrication and testing of products prepared by standards organization.

(iii) The imposition of punitive damages by the courts in product liability cases.

(iv)  The resistance of consumer protection forums to badly designed and manufacturing products.

(v)    The resistance of public to damage of their environment.

(vi)  The most important law to consider while dealing with the product liability is the Consumer Protection Act of 1986.

(vii) The sales of Goods Act of 1956.

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