Copyright Violation Case Filed Against a Resort at Sajjangarh

Copyright Violation Case Filed Against a Resort at Sajjangarh

The police have initiated an investigation into the matter

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A case has been registered under the Copyright Act against a resort near Sajjangarh Biological Park for playing Bollywood songs without proper licenses and approvals, as per reports from the Ambamata police station.

Deepak Vaishnav, representing Novex Communications Pvt. Ltd. from Andheri West, Mumbai, lodged a complaint in court against Kidambi Govindarajan Sridharan and Ashish Vohra, the proprietor and directors, respectively, of Justa Sajjangarh Resort and Spa, along with Onora Hospitality Private Limited. 

The Hotel Ignored to Reminders

The complaint alleges that music and songs were being played at the resort without obtaining necessary approvals from the plaintiff company, despite repeated reminders. The company emphasized the requirement for approvals, NOCs, and licenses before playing copyrighted songs. Despite prior notices, the accused did not seek approval from the plaintiff company. A recent event at the resort reportedly featured the unauthorized playing of songs. Furthermore, during a gala dinner held at the hotel on December 31,2023, attendees were charged Rs 8,800  for entry.

Mukesh Kumar, a representative of the plaintiff company, attended the event and observed the unauthorized playing of Bollywood songs without proper licensing. Mr. Kumar recorded the incident on his mobile device and subsequently issued a notice to the accused on January 5.

Following these developments, the police have initiated an investigation into the matter.

Source: Dainik Bhaskar

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