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There are following remedies available under the Consumer Protection Act of 1986:-
1. Removal of defects from the goods
2. Replacement of the goods;
3. Refund of the price paid;
4. Removal of defects or deficiencies in the services;
5. Award of compensation for the loss or injury suffered;
6. Discontinue and not to repeat unfair trade practice or restrictive trade
7. To withdraw hazardous goods from being offered for sale;
8. To cease manufacture of hazardous goods and desist from offering services which are hazardous in nature;
9. If the loss or injury has been suffered by a large number of consumers who are not identifiable conveniently, to pay such sum (not less than 5% of the value of such defective goods or services provided) which shall be determined by the forum;
10. To issue corrective advertisement to neutralize the effect of misleading
11. To provide adequate costs to parties.