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Case No. [insert claim number]
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
BUSINESS AND PROPERTY COURTS OF ENGLAND & WALES
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LIST (ChD)
[INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ENTERPRISE COURT]
[insert full name of claimant] Claimant
[insert full name of defendant] Defendant
UPON the trial of action [insert claim number] before [Mr OR Mrs OR Miss OR [insert other]] Justice [insert name] on [insert trial date];
AND UPON the Court giving judgment in the action on [insert date];
AND UPON the Court finding for the Claimant in respect of its claims for infringement of copyright;
IT IS ORDERED THAT:
Copyright subsists in [insert details of work] (the Work) and is owned by the Claimant.
[Insert details of defendant’s acts] constitute [[an act of OR acts of]] infringement of the Claimant’s copyright in the Work.
The Defendant shall not (whether acting by its directors, officers, employees, servants, agents or any of them or otherwise howsoever) infringe the copyright in the Work.
Delivery up or destruction
Within 28 days of the date of this Order the Defendant shall, at its own expense and at the election of the Claimant, either:
deliver up and forfeit to the Claimant, to an address in the United Kingdom to be nominated by the Claimant, [all infringing copies of the Work AND/OR all articles specifically designed or adapted for making copies of the Work] which are in the power, possession,
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