Court Fees for filing consumer complaint

The fees has to be paid in accordance with the table below. It can be paid in the form of crossed Demand Draft drawn on a nationalised bank or through a crossed Indian Postal Order in favour of the President of the District Commission or the Registrar of the State Commission or the Registrar of the National Commission, as the case may be, and payable at the respective place where such Commission is situated. It can also be paid through electronic mode in case such arrangement is made by the Commission concerned.

For the state of Haryana, the fees can be paid online through e-GRAS website and the payment challan has to be attached with the complaint.

Sl. No.   Value of goods or services paid as consideration   Amount of fee payable
    District Commission    
(1)   Upto rupees five lakh   Nil
(2)   Above rupees five lakh and upto rupees ten lakh   Rs.200
(3)   Above rupees ten lakh and upto rupees twenty lakh   Rs.400
(4)   Above rupees twenty lakh and upto fifty ten lakh   Rs.1000
    State Commission    
(5)   Above rupees fifty lakh and upto rupees one crore   Rs.2000
(6)   Above rupees one crore and upto rupees two crore   Rs.2500
    National Commission    
(7)   Above rupees two crore and upto rupees four crore   Rs.3000
(8)   Above rupees four crore and upto rupees six crore   Rs.4000
(9)   Above rupees six crore and upto rupees eight crore   Rs.5000
(10)   Above rupees eight crore and upto rupees ten crore   Rs.6000
(11)   Above rupees ten crore   Rs.7500

 Relevant Legal Provisions:
  • Rule 7 of the Consumer Protection (Consumer Disputes Redressal Commissions) Rules, 2020

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