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Ensure products sold are not fake: court to e-com Co

Nov 6, 2018 by The Passage Team
Ensure products sold are not fake: court to e-com Co

The Delhi High Court has directed Delhi-based fashion ecommerce portal Darveys.com to ensure the authenticity of each and every item being sold on the platform.

This verdict comes in after the platform was accused of trademark infringement by French luxury shoe brand Christian Louboutin, named after its founder. According to the shoe company, Darveys was reportedly selling “impaired or counterfeit” goods on its platform using Louboutin’s name.

The Delhi High Court bench, including Justice Pratibha M Singh, added that Darveys.com would have to disclose all the details of its sellers, including their contacts, on its site.

Source: Inc42

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