1 December 2011Jurisdiction reportsEugenio Ruiz

Use of a trademark in Mexico

The regulations of the Mexican Law of Industrial Property (MLIP) establish that a trademark is considered to be in use when the goods or services covered have been put in the market, or are available in the market of the country under the trademark, in the amount and in the way that corresponds to the use and custom.

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