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The hearing in the present matter was concluded on 15-02-2023 and the Senior Examiner of Trade Marks passed the impugned order on 14-02-2024, i.e. after a period of one year.

Calcutta High Court
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The Calcutta High Court, in a previous order, requested the parties to consider resolving the dispute by blurring out or removing fruit juice packets deceptively similar to Dabur’s ‘Real’ fruit juice from the impugned video.

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Calcutta High Court emphasised the need for caution in granting relief at the interlocutory stage, particularly when it resembles final relief.

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Calcutta High Court stated that the defendant did not produce any documents to prove he has complied with his obligation under MOU, leading to its cancellation.

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Calcutta High Court held that based on the Lease Deed, the defendant’s possession after the original term was an extension, not a renewal, and a new lease document was not required.

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The Calcutta High Court noted literal interpretation of Section 9 of the Act supports the idea of provisional relief before the final enforcement of the arbitral award under Section 36.

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The Calcutta High Court emphasised on the doctrine of “kompetenz-kompetenz”, granting the Arbitral Tribunal the authority to rule on its own jurisdiction, including the existence and validity of the arbitration agreement.

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The Calcutta High Court stated that Trademark dilution protects well-known trademarks from losing their appeal when used in connection with diverse and dissimilar products or services.