||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 121 (Oct)
||9 October 2002
Practice - Service - Acknowledgement of service - Claimant alleging trade mark infringement - Claimant applying for default judgment in absence of acknowledgement of service - Defendants requesting extension of time to file defence - Whether extension of time should be granted.
The defendants' application for an extension of time to file a defence in respect of the claimant's claim for, inter alia, trade mark infringement was dismissed as, in the circumstances of the instant case, there was no doubt that the defendants infringed the claimant's mark.
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