Peru’s Industrial Property Law allows the owner of trademarks to file an infringement procedure against merchants who use a registered trademark without authorisation.
Peru’s Industrial Property Law allows the owner of trademarks to file an infringement procedure against merchants who use a registered trademark without authorisation. In Peru this right is recognised by means of Articles 155 and 156 of Decision 486 of the Andean Community.
The owner of a registered trademark will have the exclusive right to prevent all third parties from engaging in the following acts without consent:
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