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Amit G (Owner)     10 October 2014

Copyright act 1957 section 63

Dear Sir,

I want your advice on following matter. I am from Mumbai. I run computer training Institute.

FIR was filed against me for using pirated software under copyright Act 1957 section 63. After FIR i ahve taken bail from court. Meanwhile that software company approach to me to purchase the software and also assure to help me in case whenever it will come up. I was advised to go for quashing and we will not take any objection.

This case in not on board on yet. Can i apply for quashing right now? If yes what is process?

What is chances of getting this case quashed??




 4 Replies

Hardeep (Business)     11 October 2014

It is possible only under exceptional circumstances. See :




T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     17 October 2014

Yes you can apply for quash on the assurance of the company which confirms its no objection to your petition.

Satyadarshi Kunal (advocate)     19 October 2014

You can very well do so. I have done a similar case against SAP in Delhi. Hire a good advocate. He will guide you through the process.

Dirgesh kumar sharma (Advocate)     20 January 2015

go to high court

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