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How To Easily Register A Mark As Trademark in India

In India ,safeguarding your business mark as registered Trademark (TM), under Trade Marks Act 1999, is not only cost effective but   easy as well. We are discussing the easy ways  to file an application & get your mark  registered as Trademark (TM) ,in India , as below : Online Filing of Trademark Application The Indian trademark…

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What is Sufficient Cause -Part II

In Brijesh Kumar & Ors Versus State of Haryana & Ors,SLP(CIVIL) NOS.6609-6613 OF 2014, the Honourable Suprme Court has relied upon various ratios. The most relevant paras are,  reproduced herein below ,self explanatory as to what is a sufficient cause in deciding upon the limitation factor : The issues of limitation, delay and laches as well as…

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What is Sufficient Cause -Part I

The expresion sufficient cause is the most crucial aspect when it comes to proving bona fide while seeking condonation of delay However, it is well settled law that the Courts are expected to adopt liberal approach in  matters where condonation of delay is prayed for, in the interest of substantial justice rather than strictly adhering…

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Dishonour of Security Cheque Issued For Discharge Of A Debt Or Other Liability

Dishonour of Security Cheque Issued For Discharge Of A Debt Or Other Liability under Sections 138, 139 and 118(a) of Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 will result into Conviction . Supreme Court upheld the  Conviction of guarantor and/or surety who had issued cheques as security for payment of amount due by principal debtor, as principal debtor had defaulted…

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Fresh Investigation or Further investigation In Criminal Trial

The extraordinary power of constitutional courts in directing CBI to conduct fresh  investigation or further investigation , during criminal trial , in a case must be exercised sparingly, cautiously and in exceptional situations. It should be exercised when it is necessary to provide credibility and instil confidence in investigation or where incident may have national…

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Second FIR Not Permissible Under Section173(8) CrPC

Second FIR Is not Permissible under Under Section173(8) CrPC, in the event of any further information being received by investigating agency in respect of the same offence or same occurrence, or, same transaction giving rise to one or more offences for which charge-sheet has already been filed by investigating agency. However, a recourse is available with investigating…