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Trade Marks Act 1994

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104 Index of defined expressions.E+W+S+N.I.

In this Act the expressions listed below are defined by or otherwise fall to be construed in accordance with the provisions indicated—

account of profits and accounts (in Scotland)section 102
appointed person (for purposes of section 76)section 77
assignment (in Scotland)section 102
businesssection 103(1)
certification marksection 50(1)
collective marksection 49(1)
commencement (of this Act)section 109(2)
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Convention countrysection 55(1)(b)
costs (in Scotland)section 102
the courtsection 75
date of applicationsection 33(2)
date of filingsection 33(1)
date of registrationsection 40(3)
defendant (in Scotland)section 102
delivery up (in Scotland)section 102
directorsection 103(1)
earlier rightsection 5(4)
earlier trade marksection 6
[F3European Union trade mark][F3section 51]
[F4European Union Trade Mark Regulation][F4section 51]
exclusive licence and licenseesection 29(1)
infringement (of registered trade mark)sections 9(1) and (2) and 10
infringement proceedingssection 103(1)
infringing articlessection 17
infringing goodssection 17
infringing materialsection 17
injunction (in Scotland)section 102
interlocutory relief (in Scotland)section 102
the International Bureausection 53
[F5 international trade mark ( EC ) ][F5section 53]
international trade mark (UK)section 53
Madrid Protocolsection 53
Paris Conventionsection 55(1)(a)
plaintiff (in Scotland)section 102
prescribedsection 78(1)(b)
protected under the Paris Convention
—well-known trade markssection 56(1)
—state emblems and official signs or hallmarkssection 57(1)
—emblems, &c. of international organisationssection 58(2)
publish and references to publicationsection 103(1)
register, registered (and related expressions)section 63(1)
registered trade mark [F6attorney ]section 83[F7(2)]
registrable transactionsection 25(2)
the registrarsection 62
rulessection 78
statutory provisionssection 103(1)
tradesection 103(1)
trade mark
—generallysection 1(1)
—includes collective mark or certification marksection 1(2)
United Kingdom (references include Isle of Man)section 108(2)
use (of trade mark or sign)section 103(2)
well-known trade mark (under Paris Convention)section 56(1)
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