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Monthly Archive: January 2018

Removal from register and imposition of limitations on ground of non-use: A registered trademark may be taken off the register in respect of the goods or services in respect of which it is registered on application made in the prescribed manner to the registrar or the appellate board by any person aggrieved on the ground […]

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Decree for injunction to the plaintiff and the defendant. Decree to be specific: The decree must be reasonably specific as to acts which are prevented. Injunctions are sometimes passed in general terms such as form otherwise in any manner whatever unfairly competing with the plaintiff. These can serve only to create a moral effect or […]

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Here, we are going to discuss what is the permanent injunction of a trademark in detail with some real time examples to understand better. Permanent injunction: Permanent injunction is granted or denied at the discretion of the court after investigation of all the facts at the trial. This discretion “when applied to a court of […]

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