The Delhi High Court has directed the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB) not to pass a final order in the ongoing trademark dispute between mineral water maker Bisleri and Tata Group-controlled Mount Everest. A single-member Bench of Justice Sanjiv Khanna has directed the IPAB that while the Board may have its scheduled hearing on July 30, it would not pass a final order. "The proceedings and hearing fixed before IPAB may continue but no final effective order will be passed till the next date of hearing of this writ petition," the court said. Mount Everest and Ramesh Chauhan-promoted Bisleri are engaged in a legal dispute over the use of the word 'Himalayan' as trademark for mineral water. The court also said that during their scheduled hearing, Bisleri and the Tata Group firm are "entitled to raise all issues and contentions before IPAB".