Abstract of Reported Cases Relating to Trade Marks; (Between the Years 1876 and 1892 Inclusive). with the Statutes and Rules

Abstract of Reported Cases Relating to Trade Marks; (Between the Years 1876 and 1892 Inclusive). with the Statutes and Rules

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893 edition. Excerpt: ...has left, and I think designedly left, as free a hand as possible to the Courts which have to entertain these applications under the Act, in respect of procedure; and certainly natural justice is completely satisfied when you see that the procedure has been such, as it has in this case, as to give to the Appellant the amplest possible opportunity of meeting everything that could be said and urged in the case, and of resisting this application in the fullest and completest manner; and, therefore, no kind of injustice can be alleged by these present Appellants, in the nature of the procedure which has been adopted in this case. 9 R. P. C. 366, 1. 58. RE Kmcsroan & SoN's APPLICATION. April, 1889. s R. P. 0. 413. T radc Mark--I?egis!ratio1 by mistake in wrong namc--Rccl1_Tfl0atr'0n--Act of 1883, 3. 90. Trade marks belonging to Kingsford A'? Son were, by an admitted mistake, registered in the name of the Oswego Starch C0. K'in_rsf02'(l if: Son moved under the Act of 1883, sect. 90, for an order that the name and address appearing on the register of the proprietors of the trade marks might be expunged, and that the trade marks might be registered in the name of the Applicants. The Comptroller (who was served with the notice of motion by the direction of the Court) stated that he did not object to the motion so far as it asked to expunge the name and address of the Company, but contended that Kingsford it Son could not come on the register except after application and advertisement in the usual way. Comptroller's contention upheld. Applicants to pay Comptroller's costs. Motion to rectify by adding a note disclaiming the common parts of trade marks. In 1877, C. H. E. Bmndauer, carrying on business at Vienna and Birmingham as...show more

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  • Paperback | 162 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 299g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236876202
  • 9781236876201