Right in trademark once relinquished cannot be claimed unless terms of relinquishment revoked: Delhi High Court

The Court also observed that if rights are assigned to a third party, they cannot be restrained from exercising those rights by Relinquishee.
Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw and Justice Amit Bansal
Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw and Justice Amit Bansal

The Delhi High Court, on Tuesday, held that once a person expressly relinquishes the rights to a trademark, the same cannot be claimed again, directly or indirectly, unless the terms of the dissolution deed are novated or revoked (Ampa Cycles Private Limited vs. Jagmohan Ratra).

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