Court modifies an interim injunction on receiving proof of concealment of material fact by the Plaintiff
The High Court of Delhi recently modified an interim injunction upon being apprised of concealment of material facts. The Single Judge directed that the interim injunction in favour of Mittal Electronics (“ME”) and against Sujata Home Appliances (“SHA”) be modified on a positive finding of active concealment of the fact that ME did not manufacture any of the goods in question and that an interim injunction against SHA qua those goods is unjustified and unreasonable.
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