Whether, even without a comparison with another mark, will cause confusion to the public and as such deceives the public?
Thus, the distinctiveness of a mark essentially means that the mark must be such that it identifies a product from a particular undertaking. It is one of the essential requirements to be fulfilled before a mark can be registered as a ‘trademark’ under the Act.
iii. Connection with goods or services
It is clear from the definition of trademark elucidated…
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Sumatra and Bantam and visit the Banda islands and Amboyna, where merchants tried but failed to obtain trading rights. The third voyage (1606) marked the first contact with India. Captain Hawkins in the ship Hector reached Surat in 1607 and proceeded to Agra in an effort to secure trading privileges. While returning, they visit to Sumatra, Bantam and the Moluccas. During the fourth voyage (1608), the ships Ascension return to Surat and then visited Aden and Mocha on the Red Sea,…