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TRADE MARKS REGULATIONS 1995 - REG 17A.14

Specification of goods and services

             (1)  The expression 'all goods', 'all services', 'all other goods' or 'all other services' must not be used in an IRDA to specify the goods or services in respect of which protection is sought.

             (2)  If a term has been identified by the International Bureau as being:

                     (a)  too vague for the purposes of classification; or

                     (b)  incomprehensible; or

                     (c)  linguistically incorrect;

the term must not be used in an IRDA to specify the goods or services in respect of which protection is sought, unless the Registrar is satisfied that the term is sufficiently clear in the circumstances.

             (3)  If the Registrar is reasonably satisfied that a term to be used in an IRDA to specify goods or services in respect of which protection is sought:

                     (a)  is too vague for the purposes of determining the scope of that protection; or

                     (b)  is incomprehensible; or

                     (c)  is linguistically incorrect;

then the term must not be used in the IRDA to specify the goods or services in respect of which protection is sought.



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