From The Washington PostBy Cornel Ban and Kevin GallagherDecember 17, 2014 Cornel Ban...
Islamabad Consumer Protection Act
(enacted in 1995)
The Islamabad Consumer Protection Act is the consumer protection law of Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan. It prohibits certain unfair trade practices such as providing consumers with misleading information regarding the need and usefulness of the service. Two consumer protection bodies, the Consumer Protection Council for the Purpose of Policy Formation and the Court of Sessions in Islamabad for the Purpose of Operating as a Specific Forum of Redress for Consumer Complaints, are identified under the act.