The Law of Trade Marks and Their Registration; And Matters Connected Therewith; Including a Chapter on Goodwill

The Law of Trade Marks and Their Registration; And Matters Connected Therewith; Including a Chapter on Goodwill

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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. 1890 edition. Excerpt: ...facts that he was connected with the former business, and state former that he is establishing a new business, and is not debarred from soliciting the customers of his former firm (6), and he may style himself " formerly" or "late " of the firm, and, if he occupies the premises formerly occupied by the firm, may state that they were so occupied; but he may not describe himself as "successor to " the old firm. A retiring partner may advertise the discontinuance of And the his participation in a periodical issued by the partnership, 0f that conbut he is not at liberty to advertise its discontinuance action. generally, any more than he might represent the partnership to have ceased to carry on business, upon his own retirement (c). And where an ex-partner knowingly allowed his former firm to continue to use his name, it was held that he was estopped from denying his partnership as against a person who had acted in the belief that he was still a partner (d). While, however, a retiring partner is not at liberty to Necessary an, ., i.i. i., i n j nouncements depreciate the property, his share in which has passed to may be made. others (e), a partner who has bought the share of his partner may, even before the purchase is in all respects (a) Wolmershausen v. 0' Connor, Morgan v. Schuyler, 79 N. Y. 3G L. T. N. S. 921. 490. (6) Pearson v. Pearson, 27 Ch. D. (c) Bradbury v. Dickens, 27 145; Vernon v. Hallam, 34 Ch. D. Bcav. 53. In England v. Curling, 748. See Bradbury v. Dickens, 27 8 Beav. 129, an injunction was Beav. 53; Clark v. Leach, 32 Beav. granted to restrain a partner from 14; Labouchcre v. Damson, L. R. publishing notices of the dissolu 13 Eq. 322; Graveleyw Winchester, tion of the partnership during the...show more

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  • Paperback | 262 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 14mm | 472g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236853962
  • 9781236853967