Trademark rights can be divided into two categories, namely statutory rights and rights afforded by common law.
How do you register or secure trademark rights, and what protection does it grant?
Trademark rights can be divided into two categories, namely statutory rights and rights afforded by common law. In order to secure statutory trademark rights, a trademark proprietor must register its mark as a trademark with the Companies and Intellectual Property Registration Office (CIPRO).
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