Debashrita Manik

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Doctrine of Frustration under Indian Contract Act 1872

Doctrine of Frustration under Indian Contract Act 1872

The term ‘frustration’ in any layman’s word refers to defeated, exasperated and what else? However, this term is widely used in agreements and contracts between parties. The term ‘frustration’ is used to refer to failed or unsuccessful transactions which could not be completed for some unforeseen reason. In the law of contracts, the doctrine of frustration has …

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The Problem of Trademark Infringement & Passing Off in India

The Problem of Trademark Infringement & Passing Off in India

Trademark infringement is the result of any unauthorized use of a trademark that is “identical” or “deceptively similar” to a registered trademark, which is known as infringement. Trademark Infringement is mentioned u/s 29 of the Trademarks Act, 1999. The passing-off action calls for the protection of unregistered goods and services. The most important differentiation is …

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