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Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property is created by exercise of Intellectual Faculty of mind.  Intellectual Property means & include:   

 Logo, Brand Name, Inventions, Designs for industrial Articles, Literary work, Artistic work, computer software , sound and movie recordings, symbols which are ultimately used in commerce.

 Intellectual Property rights allow the creators or owners to have the benefits from their works, when exploited commercially. These rights are statutory rights governed in accordance with the provisions of corresponding legislations which are classified as under: 

  1. The Trade Marks Act, 1999
  2. The Copyright Act, 1957
  3. The Design Act, 2000
  4. The Patents Act, 1970
  5. Geographical Indications of Goods (Registration & Protection)Act, 1999
  6. The Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers’ Right Act, 2001

 Relief Available through Court

 These law enables the original owner/creator/inventor to seek following  relief against third party for any act of infringement and passing off: 

  1. Injunctive Relief from using the same /similar/identical trade mark   
  2. Cease and Desist Order  
  3. Recovery of Damages    
  4. Search and Seizure
  5. Relief Against Groundless Threat of Infringement
  6. Cancellation of Registered Trade mark 
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