Asian Indigenous And Tribal … vs South Asia Human Rights … on 31 July, 2018

1. This application is filed by the plaintiff under Order XXXIX Rule
2A CPC. The plaintiff instituted this suit seeking permanent injunction
restraining infringement of copyright, unauthorised and illegal usage,
storage, delivery up, rendition of accounts etc. The plaintiff filed an
application No.13854/2006 under Order XXXIX Rules 1 and 2 CPC
seeking ex-parte injunction restraining the defendant publishing/passing
off the copyright work.
2. On this application the Court passed an order dated 13.12.2006 as
follows:
“Notice for 16.1.2007.

This is an application under Order 39 Rules 1 and 2 read with
Section 151 of the Code of Civil Procedure seeking an ad-
interim ex-parte injunction order against the defendants from
publishing/ passing off the copyrighted works of the plaintiff as
their work. The case of the plaintiff is that it is a registered
public charitable trust. Its aim and objects are to promote and
protect the rights of indigenous and tribal peoples in Asia;
providing accurate and timely information to national human
rights institutions, the United Nations and its specialised
mechanisms; conducting research, campaigning and lobbying on
country situations or individual cases; providing legal, political
and practical advice to indigenous peoples organisations and
doing many other activities relating to the indigenous and tribal
peoples in Asia. The plaintiff in this regard has published a book
with the title “Racism Against Indigenous Peoples”.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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