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Mar 05 1877 (PC)

Bhikaji Sabaji and ors. Vs. Bapu Saju and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Mar-05-1877

Reported in : (1877)ILR1Bom550

..... to be illegal, no rights can be acquired by any of its members which are founded upon that which is so declared to be illegal.' so here we have a partnership, or, at any rate, an association, for the purpose of carrying on a business that has for its object the acquisition of gain, and consisting of more than twenty persons ..... october 1875. [the learned judge here read the clause set out above, and then continued.] now i think it is difficult to say that this agreement does not create a partnership. but it is not necessary to decide the point, as in any case it creates an association of artizans for the purpose of carrying on their trade with a view ..... be paid accordingly. if, then, this be an association of persons for the acquisition of gain by its individual members, it is, under the provisions of section 4 of the indian companies act x of 1866, an unlawful association, for it consists of more than twenty persons, (more than fifty having, in fact, signed the agreement), and it has not been registered ..... purpose of establishing any right, is an authority applicable to the present case. willes, j.2. says: 'when we find an association like this, which is rendered illegal by an act of parliament, we cannot take notice of the agreement under which they become tenants, for the purpose of establishing a right in a court of law.' so, too, byles, j .....

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Mclean Vs. Fleming

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1877

..... his interest in the business, entered into partnership, under the name of fleming brothers. that firm continued until 1865, when cochrane retired. john carried on the business in the firm name until his death, in november, 1870, whereupon ..... 's liver pills." in june, 1844, jonathan kidd, having purchased the exclusive right from him, began, at pittsburg, penn., to make and sell them. in 1845, kidd formed a partnership with john fleming under the name of jonathan kidd & co. kidd died in 1853, and fleming, the surviving partner, and one cochrane fleming, having purchased from kidd's executors all ..... in determining the question of infringement, but it is clear that exact similarity is not required, as that requirement would always enable the wrongdoer to evade responsibility for his wrongful acts. colorable imitation, which requires careful inspection to distinguish the spurious trademark from the genuine, is sufficient to maintain the issue, but a court of equity will not interfere when ..... the opinion of the court. protection for lawful trademarks may be obtained by individuals, firms, or corporations entitled to the same if they comply with the requirements prescribed by the act of congress, and the provision is that a trademark, duly registered as required, shall remain in force thirty years from the date of such registration, subject to an exception .....

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