The court on July 29 passed an order with respect to the suit filed by Titan against these sellers alleging that they were selling counterfeit Fastrack watches on Snapdeal
The Delhi High Court has passed a decree in favour of Titan Company, granting permanent injunction against two individual sellers, Rohit Kumar Jain and Dharam Pal, as also e-commerce retailer Snapdeal, from selling counterfeit Titan- and Fastrack-branded watches, while granting costs of ₹1.5 lakh each.
The court on July 29 passed an order with respect to the suit filed by Titan against these sellers alleging that they were selling counterfeit Fastrack watches on Snapdeal.
The court also directed Snapdeal to file its written statement within the prescribed time, furnish an affidavit with particulars of all the goods sold on its portal under the marks Titan and Fastrack, the sale price thereof collected and the amount appropriated by Snapdeal to itself and the amount disbursed to the so-called sellers of the said goods. The said particulars come with effect from 1st January, 2018, the court directed.
Ravi Kant, CEO-Watches & Accessories, Titan Company Limited, said: “We welcome the order passed by the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi. As stated in the past, at Titan, our primary focus is on safeguarding the interests of our consumers and we will not compromise on the quality and experience with our products.”
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