It has always remained a pre-condition that the proposed name of
a company to be incorporated must not be similar or akin to the name
of a company already in existence. How can a rejection on these lines
be avoided at the ROC end ?
Can a registered user restrain third party from using identical or similar mark if third party is continuous and prior user of the mark?Click here to view / answer Share it on
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In some cases the ROC rejects the proposed name citing the reasons that it’s common name/similar name etc. etc. so what names will consider in common name/similar name or different name ??Click here to view / answer Share it on
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