(1) Subject to Part 11, the Registrar may, at the written request of the registered owner of a registered trade mark:
(a) amend the representation of the trade mark as entered in the Register if the amendment does not substantially affect the identity of the trade mark as at the time when the particulars of the application for the registration of the trade mark were published under section 30; or
(b) amend any particulars entered in the Register relating to any goods or services in respect of which the trade mark is registered if the amendment does not have the effect of extending the rights that (apart from the amendment) the owner has under the registration; or
(c) amend, or enter in the Register, any other particular in respect of the trade mark if the amendment or entry does not have the effect of extending the rights that (apart from the amendment or entry) the owner has under the registration.
Note: For registered owner , registered trade mark and Register see section 6.
(2) An appeal lies to the Federal Court or the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (Division 2) from a decision of the Registrar under subsection (1).
Note: See sections 215 and 216 for amendments of the Register to record changes in addresses for service and in the names of registered owners etc.