Spurious goods under the provisions of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 imply

a) Such goods and services which are of poor quality.
b) Such goods and services which are claimed to be genuine but they are actually not so
c) Such goods and services which might be stolen in nature
d) Such goods and services which are not usable in nature

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    Answer: (a) Such goods and services which are poor quality 

    Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 10th March 2016.
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    B) “spurious goods and services” mean such goods and services which are claimed to be genuine but they are actually not so” 

    refer section (oo) of Consumer Protection Act 1986 .

    lawyered Default Answered on 12th March 2016.
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