(1) A person may make a single application under subsection 27(1) for the registration of 2 or more trade marks in respect of goods and/or services if the trade marks resemble each other in material particulars and differ only in respect of one or more of the following matters:
(a) statements or representations as to the goods or services in relation to which the trade marks are used or are intended to be used;
(b) statements or representations as to number, price, quality or names of places;
(c) the colour of any part of the trade mark.
(a) the application meets all the requirements of this Act; and
(b) the Registrar is required (under section 68) to register the trade marks;
he or she must register them as a series in one registration.