|Trademark Act Article 35Nov. 30, 2016
Right in registered trademark
The proprietor of a registered trademark has the exclusive right in the trademark in relation to the designated goods or services.
Unless otherwise prescribed in Article 36 of this Act, consent of the proprietor of a registered trademark shall be required in any of the following:
(1) using a trademark which is identical with the registered trademark in relation to goods or services which are identical with those for which it is registered;
A trademark may, if registered, be displayed with the words “registered trademark” or the internationally used symbol for registration (the letter R enclosed within a circle).
|Trademark Act Article 36Nov. 30, 2016
Limits on effect of registered trademark "A registered trademark shall not entitle the proprietor to prohibit a third party from:
(1) indicating his/her own name, or the term, shape, quality, nature, characteristic, intended purpose, place of origin, or any other description in relation to his/her own goods or services, in accordance with honest practices in industrial or commercial matters and not using it as a trademark;
Where goods have been put on the domestic or foreign market under a registered trademark by the proprietor or with his consent, the proprietor is not entitled to claim trademark rights on such goods, unless such claim is to prevent the condition of the goods been changed or impaired after they have been put on the market or there exist other legitimate reasons.
Instructions: Separate keywords by " " or "&"
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