Palming Off

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Meaning of Palming Off

In the law relating to unfair competition in trade , the term denotes conduct , the nature and probable effect of which is to deceive public so as to pass off goods of one person as and for goods of another. See Surgical Supply service , Inc. v Adler, (D. C.Pa.)206 F.Supp. 564. The essence of palming off’ is inducing purchasers to buy goods because of a mistaken belief as to their source. See Flexitized, Inc. v national Flexitized Corp., (D.C.N.Y.) 214 F.Supp. 664.

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