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Some thoughts on certification trademarks

01-04-2014

Michael Lantos

Hungary is one of the countries in which trademark law allows the filing of certification trademarks, and Article 101 of the TM Act (Act XI of 1997) defines the rules governing the conditions and use of such trademarks.

Hungary is one of the countries in which trademark law allows the filing of certification trademarks, and Article 101 of the TM Act (Act XI of 1997) defines the rules governing the conditions and use of such trademarks.

Legally, a certification trademark is one that distinguishes goods or services with a predetermined quality or other characteristic from goods or services more generally. It certifies the existence of such a quality.

The law excludes applicants that make these goods or provide the services or that are not independent from the enterprises that make the goods or provide the services.


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