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Harrods v Harrodian School

[1996] RPC 697

Case summary last updated at 02/02/2020 21:38 by the Oxbridge Notes in-house law team.

Judgement for the case Harrods v Harrodian School

Facts from above. In relation to the suggestion that use of term ‘Harrodian’ had diluted the goodwill in C’s name, held:
Sir Michael Kerr (dissenting)
·        A trader’s distinctive name can in some casesitself form part of his goodwill.
Ø  And therefore constitute a property interest.

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