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July 15, 2021

Intellectual Property Division Created Within Delhi High Court

Reported By: Aishwarya Pande

The Delhi High Court has on July 7 created the Intellectual Property Division (“IPD”). The IPD will deal with original and appellate proceedings including writ petitions etc. for all Intellectual Property (“IP”) matters, except those to be dealt with by a Division Bench.  

All IP suits, revocation applications, cancellation applications, appeals from Registrar of Trade Marks, Copyright, Controller of Patents etc. which were earlier maintainable before the (now abolished) Intellectual Property Appellate Board will also be handled by the IPD.

Nomenclature and the court fees payable for the disputes to be handled by the IPD has also been notified.

Office orders in this regard are accessible here and here.

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