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Intellectual Property


Intellectual Property [ in short IPR ] is created by exercise of  faculty of mind  in the form of  logo, word,artwork ,design ,product, process ,symbol which tends to assosicate the goods /services with the owner when used in Industry and  commerce.  The laws relating to intellectual property, aims to foester the environment for creativity, so that innovations can flourish  

The laws registering and protecting the  intellectual property in India are broadly classified as under 

  1. The Trade Marks Act, 1999
  2. The Copyright Act, 1957
  3. The Design Act, 2000
  4. The Patents Act, 1970
  5. Geographical Indications of Goods (Registration & Protection)Act, 1999
  6. The Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers’ Right Act, 2001
  7. The Semiconductor Integrated Circuits Layout Design Act 2000


  1. Infringement and Passing off for falsely copying the  misuse of Intellectual Property  
  2. Cease and Desist Order  
  3. Recovery of Damages for loss of Goodwill and Profit      
  4. Search and Seizure
  5. Relief Against Groundless Threat of Infringement of Trade Marks & Copy Right 
  6. Cancellation of Registration of Trade Mark.