The Bombay High Court on Wednesday set aside a single-judge bench order barring the printing, sale and circulation of the autobiography of former Raymond Group chairperson Vijaypat Singhania.

Singhania is embroiled in a legal battle with his son and Managing Director of Raymond Group Gautam Singhania over the release of the book, An Incomplete Life, for more than three years, reported India Today.

Raymond had filed a suit in a Thane court in 2018 to stop Penguin, the former publisher of the book, from publishing the autobiography.

The company had argued that the title of the book violated Raymond’s right to privacy and discussed its business operation and other confidential information. It had also contended that the then title of the book, The Incomplete Man, violated the registered trademark of the company “The Complete Man”.

In March 2019, the Thane court stopped the publication of the book for a few days, which was extended till April 22 of that year. Following this, Vijaypat Singhania approached Pan Macmillan to publish the book as the court had not extended the restraining order beyond April 22, 2019, according to advocate Siddhesh Bhole, representing Pan Macmillan.

Raymond then approached the Bombay High Court as the book was set to be released on October 31,…

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