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No Fixed Abode Files Law Suit Against Versace who have been trying to rip them off.

by Emma Mann on February 25, 2018

No Fixed Abode London High Court Law Suit Against Versace for ripping of NFA's Trade Mark

No Fixed Abode Speaks out against Versace who have been ripping off NFA's creative ideas and trade mark Lion Head Knocker logo, that is trade marked. No Fixed Abode have filed a Law Suit in the Royal Courts of Justice, commonly called the Law Courts, in London after years of Versace's stalling tactics. Watch the video and see for yourself what Versace have been up to.

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