trade mark registration

Rectification of & Removal from Register – Trademark

Legislation in all countries generally makes provision for removal of trademarks from the register to either correct wrongs or to take note of changed market situations. This process is referred as rectification of the register. The international agreements or treaties sometimes require mechanism in national legislation for cancelling registration in relation to certain specified reasons. It is necessary to have such provisions so that the adverse effects of a trademark registration, if any, on the trademark rights of other persons…

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What is the difference between Trademark Objection and Opposition?

In the trademark examination process, there are two main things may happen one is trademark opposition and another one is trademark objection. People often confuse between the opposition and objection, here we are going to discuss about that and have a clarification about the difference and the process. Basic difference to be noted is trademark objections will be raised by the trademark examiner whereas the trademark opposition will be raised by the third party. The third party may be any…

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Introduction of trademarks in a market – “Trademark registration in Coimbatore”

No permission is required from any authority to select any peculiar features of a mark, or to introduce the same on goods or services except as not to overstep on the rights of others. The mark for protection under trademark law would necessarily comply with the requisites as laid down by each country. Selecting a mark: A marketer, when adopting or launching a new mark for his product is not to be bothered about by any considerations, except to make…

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Trademark license agreement and its supremacy

For the license agreement, the relationship of licensor-licensee would not come into existence. The agreement is the prerequisite for registration or any regulation in the area of rights and obligations or in other business relations of the parties. Under the 1999 act by virtue of section 48(2) and section 2(1)(r) there is a clear recognition of common law licensees. The 1999 act is silent about necessity of quality control in the definition of permitted use. License agreement is supreme and…

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Protection of trademarks by registration or legal environment

Protection of trademarks by registration or legal environment is what we are going to discussed here in a detailed way. Here, surely you may end up knowing some of the relevants facts related to trademark. Protection of trademark: A trademark may be appropriated or usurped together with all its attendant rights, reputation and property for that brand for the market of any country. Such a thing can happen with an Indian mark anywhere in the world and even in developed…

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