Nature of expenditure for use of trademark depends on facts of case, Delhi HCApril 30 2018
The Delhi High Court, while deciding a 13-year-old appeal, has held that the nature of the expenditure made for the exclusive use of trademark would depend on the facts of each case.
The appellant in the case, Hilton Roulands Limited, had entered into two trademark license agreements with Hilton Rubbers Limited (HRL) to use the trademark 'HILTON' in respect of raw-edge and wrapped v-belts.
The question before the Court was whether or not the lump sum payment . . .
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