Industrial and Commercial Property (Protection) Act, 1927

Concurrent user.

98.—In case of honest concurrent user or of other special circumstances which, in the opinion of the court or the controller make it proper so to do, the court or the controller may permit the registration of the same trade mark, or of nearly identical trade marks, for the same goods or description of goods by more than one proprietor subject to such conditions and limitations, if any, as to mode or place of user or otherwise as the court or the controller, as the case may be, may think it right to impose.