A division bench of Bombay High Court on Tuesday granted interim stay on an order of a single-judge that had directed GoDaddy, an internet domain registrar, to inform Swiggy whenever a domain name containing the mark 'Swiggy' is registered. [GoDaddy.com LLC v. Bundl Technologies Private Limited].A division bench of Justices KR Shriram and Rajesh Patil passed the stay order on an appeal filed by GoDaddy against a January 23 order of Justice Manish Pitale. .Swiggy had moved the High Court in a copyright infringement suit against persons using domain names deceptively similar to its mark.In November 2022, a single-judge of High Court had directed GoDaddy to suspend present as well future registrations of domain names containing the mark 'Swiggy' during pendency of a suit filed by Swiggy.GoDaddy moved an application seeking modification of the order. In January 2023, the order was modified by the single-judge and GoDaddy was directed to instead inform Swiggy about any infringement so that appropriate action could be taken. Justice Pitale had passed the order keeping in mind Swiggy's interest and in light of a 'peculiar situation' wherein entities posing as associates of Swiggy were duping people of money under the promise of bringing them on board the 'Swiggy Instamart' platform.GoDaddy then moved the present plea against the order of single-judge. .Solaris Legal appeared for GoDaddy.com. Legasis partners appeared for Swiggy.