“It is further pointed out that, without filing any response to the present plaint, Defendant 2 is continuing to mislead the public into believing that no license is required to be obtained from the plaintiff before exploiting the recordings in which it has copyright.”
“Restrictions imposed by law for supply and serving of tobacco products including serving hookah cannot be said to be violative of Article 19(1)(g) of the Constitution.”
“Primary aim of refresher course is to strengthen knowledge of old photographer in the light of advancement that has occurred in field of photography, equipment and related techniques, digital mode, etc. The refresher course is intended to upgrade all old school photographers and enhance their knowledge and skill, as digital technology has modified entire process of camera and photographs.”
Supreme Court said that the entry of the appellant over part of the suit property is simply as a licencee of the respondent. He does not continue to occupy it in the capacity of the owner. Thus, the licence having been terminated, he has no right to remain in possession but to restore possession to the person having rightful possessory title over it.
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