It is well known that according to Mexican intellectual property law, a trademark registration can be cancelled if it is not renewed or if the owner or licensee, duly recorded before the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI), has not used the trademark for the goods or services covered within a period of three years from the filing date of a cancellation action.
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