Registration of Trade Marks
The 1994 Trade Marks Act is more flexible than earlier trade mark legislation, as it broadens the scope of what can be registered as a trade mark and it also allows for more parties to register an interest in trade marks. The definition of a trade mark is not now limited to being in any particular form, as long as it can be graphically represented and as long as it functions as a trade mark (that is, as an identifier of one person’s goods or services).
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