Unauthorized use of trademark by someone without any license or permission of owner is trademark infringement and the owner has legal rights to stop the infringer from continuing the infringement.
Trade Marks Ordinance 2001 deals with the remedies regarding protection of registered trade mark. The ordinance declares the registered trademark as the personal property of the owner and provides rights for legal actions to the proprietor of the trademark to stop the infringement. Remedies for infringement include Damages and Injunction. Under the Trade Marks Ordinance 2001, a suit for the infringement of any trade mark is instituted before District Court.
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