Registration rights cannot extend to all goods in a class without use
In International Foodstuffs Co LLC (IFC) v Parle Products Pvt Ltd, a single judge of the Bombay High Court has, while rejecting IFC’s interim application, held that trademark registration rights are restricted to the goods for which the mark is used and cannot be extended to every single item in a class.
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