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CEASE AND DESIST NOTICES IN INDIA

 

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Misrepresentation and misuse of trademarks without lawful authorization from the IP owner is common in the trade and, in our day-to-day lives we come across several counterfeit and fake products in the market. In view of this rising menace and its timely prevention, trademark owners resort to the means of sending Cease & Desist Letter (hereinafter referred to as C&D letter) to the potential infringers, prior to approaching the court of law. Sending a Cease & Desist Letter is regarded as an ancillary enforcement strategy to settle a dispute without resorting to Litigation.

 

Most of the times, sending of Cease & Desist Letter is the foremost remedies sought by trademark owners to prevent trademark infringement. Trademark owners generally rely on Cease & Desist Letter as a cost-effective mean to enforce their rights against the infringer and before initiating legal action, with the intent to amicably resolve the matter.

 

For more information on Cease and Desist notice in India please write to us at: info@ssrana.com


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