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Trade Marks Act 1999

Renaissance Hotel Holding Inc v. B. Vijaya Sai

Trade Marks Act, 1999 – In an action for infringement, once it is found that the defendant’s trade mark was identical with the plaintiff’s registered trade mark, the Court could not have gone into an enquiry whether the infringement is such as is likely to deceive or cause confusion. In an infringement action, an injunction would be issued as soon as it is proved that the defendant is improperly using the trade mark of the plaintiff. 2022 (2) SCALE 125