Trademark Act - A Case Study

Authors

  • A. Akshitha Sai Student, Department of Law, Saveetha University, Chennai, India
  • Jaya Preethi Manoharan Assistant Professor, Department of Law, Saveetha University, Chennai, India

Keywords:

Trademark act, Merchandise, Organization, Protected, Necessitate

Abstract

Licensed innovation rights assist individuals with asserting possession on their innovativeness and developments in different fields. There are numerous sorts of protected innovation rights and one of them being trademarks. In basic terms trademarks are for items and administrations to be related to its creator and supplier individually. It turns out to be extremely significant since it is related with quality and purchaser desire. Trademarks can be a name, number, logo, begat term, hues or blend of these and could be the surface or state of the merchandise as well. Trademark ensures both the enthusiasm of the purchaser and the broker as the shopper can relate the item with the quality guaranteed by its merchant and furthermore the dealer having the capacity to hinder his rivals from utilizing his stamp and pick up benefits through impersonation while making it unmistakable. Trademarks the wellspring of the item and makes it one of a kind from its sub-standard imitations. In India Trademarks are secured by The Trademarks Act, 1999 which came into constrain canceling the Trademarks and Merchandise Act, 1958 to meet the WTO and TRIPS necessities. In the event that, the primary place of business isn't in India, at that point the application can be recorded in the Trademark office under whose ward the workplace of the proprietor's legal counselor in India. For an organization going to be shaped, anybody may apply in its name for consequent task of the enlistment in the organization's support. The aim of the paper is to analyse the trade mark act and amendments.

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Published

21-11-2021

How to Cite

[1]
A. Akshitha Sai and J. Preethi Manoharan, “Trademark Act - A Case Study”, IJRAMT, vol. 2, no. 11, pp. 72–74, Nov. 2021.

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