Legal action against Bipartite settlement violation

What will happen if any bank violates bipartite settlement norms? And what legal actions can be taken against them ?

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you have to file a case against the bank before the competent authority i.e. the court. the court if satisfies shall take necessary actions against the said bank. there are also many other way outs for this. for further detailed advice, a face to face interaction is necessary

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