Monthly Archives: January 2018

Govt. educational institutions to reserve 5% seats for persons with disabilities: SC

The Supreme Court of India directed that all government educational institutions and others receiving aid from the government shall reserve at least 5 per cent seats for persons with disabilities while making admission of students in educational courses of higher … Continue reading

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Sections 124/125 and 47/57 of Trademarks Act are not mutually exclusive: SC

In an important ruling, the Supreme Court of India clarified that during a civil suit if an aggrieved party does not approach the Tribunal for a decision on the issue of invalidity of trademark registration, the right to raise the … Continue reading

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Issuance of bank guarantee will not confer territorial jurisdiction on court: DHC

The Delhi High Court recently reiterated that merely issuance of bank guarantee within the territory of a court will not confer territorial jurisdiction on the court when the guarantee itself vests jurisdiction in courts outside India. The Court said, “…….it … Continue reading

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