Section 106 Trade Marks Act, 1999

 Section 106 Trade Marks Act, 1999 : 


 Penalty for removing piece goods, etc., contrary to section 81.—If any person removes or attempts to remove or causes or attempts to cause to be removed for sale from any premises referred to in section 81 or sells or exposes for sale or has in his possession for sale or for any purpose of trade or manufacture piece goods or cotton yarn or cotton thread which is not marked as required by that section, every such piece and every such bundle of yarn and all such thread and everything used for the packing thereof shall be forfeited to Government and such person shall be punishable with fine which may extend to one thousand rupees.



Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Leading Case Law Related to Section 106 Trade Marks Act, 1999: 


India Electric Works Ltd. vs Registrar Of Trade Marks on 28 May, 1946

James Chadwick & Bros. Ltd. vs The National Sewing Thread Co. on 16 March, 1951

Super Candles And Anr. vs Mahabir Candle Works And Anr. on 12 June, 1996

Chairman, Budge Budge  vs Mongru Mia And Ors. on 10 September, 1952

M/S. K.A.S. Zainulabdin & Co vs M/S. Murthy Lungi Company on 10 January, 1991


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