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So long as others do not use the mark, or any similar mark, the Delhi High Court opined that a finding of non-distinctiveness can ordinarily not be returned as, howsoever innocuous a mark may appear to be, if it is used only by one person, it would, in plain etymological terms, be distinctive.

Case of Unconventional Trade Marks
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by Mridula Bhat†

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“Principles laid down for Courts to deal with injunction applications, in a pending suit, seeking relief against passing off”  Karnataka High Court: 

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Delhi High Court: A Single Judge Bench comprising of Pratibha M. Singh, J. decreed a suit filed by the plaintiff against the