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Alain Bernardin v Pavilion Properties Ltd

[1967] RPC 581

Case summary last updated at 02/02/2020 19:27 by the Oxbridge Notes in-house law team.

Judgement for the case Alain Bernardin v Pavilion Properties Ltd

C owned a club called the Crazy Horse in Paris, which was popular amongst English customers and which he advertised in England. D opened a club of same name in England. C sued. 

·        Was no passing-off.
·        This because C had no customers in UK
·        Mere reputation amongst UK customers does not suffice to show goodwill.

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