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Jan 29 2007 (HC)

K. Sathya Murthy Vs. the Secretary Ministry for Industry and Commerce ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : 2007(4)KarLJ686; 2007(4)KCCRSN260; 2007(3)AIRKarR40.

..... instructions in response to the order passed by this court on 10-6-2005 have already been received and an affidavit of sri mannargudy sundararaman venkataraman, assistant controller of patents and designs, patent office, chennai, sworn to on 16-12-2005 is ready to be placed before this court. however, learned asst solicitor general would seek for some more time ..... after three weeks.'dvskj: 20-11-2004sri n. devhadass, learned senior central government standing counsel files an affidavit sworn to by sri mannargudy sundararaman venkataraman, assistant controller of patents and designs, patent office, chennai2. the affidavit inter alia, seeks to provide information with regard to total number of applications received for the period 1998-99 to 2003-04 [annexure-l ..... call this matter as requested after four weeks ie. on 7th march 2003. vskaj: 7-3-2003an affidavit is sworn to by sri s. chandrasekaran, joint controller of patents a designs, patent office, chennai branch, on behalf of respondents 1 and 2. the learned counsel for these respondents submit that in this affidavit, ft has been indicated as to the progress ..... to time, awaiting the appraisal of such developments to the court by the learned standing counsel for respondents, through affidavits sworn to by the officials working at the regional patent office at chennainotwithstanding the informing of such development, which is required to be verified, the writ petition will have to be formally brought to an end recording the developments .....

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Jun 04 1958 (HC)

V.B. Mohammed Ibrahim Vs. Alfred Schafraneck and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : AIR1960Kant173; AIR1960Mys173

..... , however, admitted that, on 4-3-46, defendants 1 and 2 alone applied for registering their names as inventors and for the grant of a patent in their favour. this application was finally sealed on 6-2-47, the day next after the release deed was passed. in this connection, the plaintiff ..... bring any suit for infringement of patent rights regarding the patent to question.'under these circumstance we have to hold that the plaintiff could not institute this suit under the provisions of section 29 of the ..... although the petitioner had assigned his rights to that plaintiff, the latter had not registered the assignment under the provisions of section 63 of the indian patents and designs act. therefore he was not the patentee within the meaning of the act (section 2, sub-section 12) and had no right to ..... by reason of the joint acquisition, the plaintiff has derived a beneficial interest in the plaintiff has derived a beneficial interest in the right of a patent. whether there is evidence to show that he has acquired this right or not, is a question of fact which will be discussed later.assuming ..... 1 to 3 from manufacturing or marketing flower design chair seats. these reliefs are apparently claimed on the ground that the plaintiff has the patent rights under the patents and designs act. but it is a curious suit in that the registered patentees are admittedly defendants 1 and 2 and, on their assignment .....

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Feb 22 1995 (HC)

N.P. Amrutesh and Another Vs. State of Karnataka and Others

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : AIR1995Kant290; 1996(6)KarLJ464

..... of the national flag or any colourable imitation thereof for the purpose of any trade, business, calling or profession or in the title of any patent or in any trade mark or design without the prior permission of the central government is an offence under the emblems and names (prevention of improper ..... seeks to prevent the improper use of these names, emblems, etc., for the purpose of trade, business, calling, profession patent or design, and to impose a penalty tor misuse of emblems, etc., specified in the schedule and empowers the central government to make additions and amendments ..... commercial and trade purposes and in a manner likely to offend the sentiments of the people. the provisions of the indian trade marks act 1940, indian patents and designs act, 1911, indian merchandise marks act, 1889, and the indian companies act, 1913, are not adequate to prevent these abuses. the bill ..... bearing any name or trademarks or designs which bear emblem or name specified in scheduled as well as for prohibition to the grant of a patent in respect of an invention which bears a title containing any emblem or name, provided the use of such emblem is in contravention of the ..... the central government, use or continue to use, for the purpose of any trade, business, calling or profession, or in the title of any patent, or in any trade-mark or design, any name or emblem specified in the schedule or any colourable imitation thereof without the previous permission of the .....

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Apr 22 2012 (HC)

Ms. Sarisha and anr. Vs. Sakhi Enterprises Partnership Firm.

Court : Karnataka

..... butt roop chand vs. nankan and ors (air 1964 all 27) to contend that the suit by a firm is maintainable. the said case arose tinder similar provisions, but under patents and designs act. in the said case, the case of the plaintiff firm was that it had obtained licence from the original patentee and that was established as a valid .....

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Jul 28 2009 (HC)

Commissioner of Income Tax and anr. Vs. P.R. Seshadri

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : (2010)228CTR(Kar)334

..... of the very agreement and transaction and part of the consideration of rs. 33.78 lakhs towards the transfer of intellectual property rights of all patents and copyrights owned by the assessee, while we answer the question in favour of the revenue and against the assessee nevertheless remand this question also ..... lava learned counsel for the assessee this amount forms part of value of rs. 33.78 lakhs towards transfer of intellectual property rights of all patents and copyrights owned by the assessee and the valuation of the assessee was while the assessee had received the total sum of rs. 33.78 ..... 's case. it is also submitted that valuing goodwill cannot be said to be on par with valuing assets like intellectual property rights of all patents and copyrights owned by the assessee and also the value of software etc. it is therefore submitted that the tribunal without examination, blindly directed deletion ..... .602. computers of vt 3.143. intellectual property rights of all patents and 34.78copyrights owned by mr. p.r. seshadri4. oracle software 0.48-------total 45.00-------totalling a sum of rs. 45 lakhs.5. it ..... assessee himself had developed, some of the assets of the company namely computers and some software information, oracle software as also intellectual property rights of all patents and copyrights which he personally owned valued as under:1. debtors (gtc) 6.75 lacs (rs. in lacs)hnr 0.85 lacs----------total debtors 7 .....

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Dec 09 2011 (HC)

Natural Remedies Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore, Rep. by Its Chairman and Managi ...

Court : Karnataka

..... in useable form. the arrangement of mixing the ground herbs is not an invention or inventive step in anyway. therefore the process of manufacturing zigbir was not patentable and the patent as relied upon in the plaint was obtained wrongly on false suggestions/misrepresentations, it being not an invention within the meaning of the act. it was not ..... filed this suit for a decree of permanent injunction restraining the defendants from manufacturing, producing or selling of the product livoliv-250 by infringing the plaintiffs protected patent rights under patent no.186857 of 20th april 1998 in the market and for other consequential reliefs. pleadings 2. the plaintiff is a private limited company incorporated under the companies ..... any one acting directing or indirectly on their behalf from manufacturing and/or producing and/or selling of the products livoliv-250 by infringing the plaintiffs protected patent rights under patent no.186857 of 20th april 1998 granted a method of preparing a herbal hepatoprotective and anthiepatotoxic composition in the market throughout india and etc.) 1. the ..... plaintiff to compare zigbir and livoliv-250 using different analytical methods. these analytical methods prove beyond doubt that livoliv-250 is manufactured by misappropriating and unlawfully using the patented process of the plaintiff. chromatography is universally accepted as a process for quality control of herbs/medicinal plants and the products derived from them. three major types of .....

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Nov 02 2011 (HC)

Madhu Product, Proprietor Rawat Singh Parihar Represented by His S.P.a ...

Court : Karnataka

..... direction has been given to all courts in the country to proceed on day to day basis in the matters relating to trade marks, copyrights and patents after commencement of hearing of suit. this dicta is laid down by honble apex court in the context of order 17 rule 1(2) and ..... of the suit. as has been observed by us in the aforesaid case, experience has shown that in our country, suits relating to the matters of patents, trade marks and copyrights are pending for years and years and litigation is mainly fought between the parties about the temporary injunction. this is a very ..... . the court should also observe clauses 9b) to (c) of the said proviso. in our opinion, in matters relating to trade marks, copyright and patents the proviso to order 17 rule 1(2) of cpc should be strictly complied with by all the courts, and the hearing of the suit in such ..... singh chawalwala as follows: .without going into the merits of the controversy, we are of the opinion that the matters relating to trade marks, copyrights and patents should be finally decided very expeditiously by the trial court instead of merely granting or refusing to grant injunction. experience shows that in the matters of trade ..... ordered to be returnable by 29.10.2011 on the ground that honble supreme court has held that matters relating to trade marks. copyrights and patents should be finally decided very expeditiously by trial court instead of merely granting or refusing to grant injunction. it is this order of the trial court .....

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Mar 18 2002 (HC)

Prestige Housewares (India) Limited and anr. Vs. Prestige Estates and ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : 2002(6)KarLJ232

..... of the act is misconceived, arbitrary and illegal and unsustainable. the petitioner has no locus standi to file the petition. the respondent has traversed averment made in the petition regarding patent and copyright owned by petitioners and has further emphatically denied that petitioners have been using work and trademark 'prestige' and that they enjoy great reputation and goodwill among traders and ..... proves that they are the authors of artistic work 'prestige' which was stylized and first used by petitioners in 1981 itself when the said artistic work was registered under the patents act in respect of various products manufactured and marketed by petitioners and the respondent has imitated and adapted the said artistic work which has created an impression that respondent is .....

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May 18 2002 (HC)

Prestige Housewares (India) Ltd. and anr. Vs. Prestige Estates and Pro ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR2002KAR3258

..... of the act is misconceived, arbitrary and illegal and unsustainable. the petitioner has no locus stand to file the petition. the respondent has traversed averment made in the petition regarding patent and copyright owned by petitioners and has further emphatically denied that petitioners have been using work and trademark 'prestige' and that they enjoy great reputation and goodwill among traders and ..... proves that they are the authors of artistic work 'prestige' which was stylized and first used by petitioners in 1981 itself when the said artistic work was registered under the patents act in respect of various products manufactured and marketed by petitioners and the respondent has imitated and adopted the said artistic work which has created an impression that respondent is .....

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Nov 27 2000 (HC)

Gowri Shankar Finance Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : (2001)166CTR(Kar)137; [2001]248ITR713(KAR); [2001]248ITR713(Karn); [2001]116TAXMAN375(Kar)

..... assessee argued that an assessee is entitled to depreciation under section 32 of the act on tangible assets like building, machinery, plant or furniture and intangible assets like know-how, patents, copyrights, trade marks, licences, etc., if he owns the assets and uses them for the purpose of business/profession. for this he has placed reliance on the judgment of this .....

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