the applicant did not come to court with clean hands. Upon appeal, the appeal court reviewed the authorities and concluded that "the authorities do not support the restrictive view stated by the Chambers Judge" [para. 15]. The court further stated: Clearly the foregoing decisions, including those of this Court in Green v. Harnum, confirm that the registered holder of a …Full Summary
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