The Trade Marks Act,1999
35. Saving for use of name, address or description of goods or services.—
Nothing in this Act shall entitle the proprietor or a registered user of a registered trade mark to interfere with any bona fide use by a person of his own name or that of his place of business, or of the name, or of the name of the place of business, of any of his predecessors in business, or the use by any person of any bona fide description of the character or quality of his goods or services.
This section provides that the registered proprietor or the registered user cannot interfere with any bona fide use by a person of his one name, or his predecessor in business, his place of business or bona fide description of the character or quality of the goods or services.