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(1)A person infringes the Olympics association right if in the course of trade he uses—
(a)a representation of the Olympic symbol, the Olympic motto or a protected word, or
(b)a representation of something so similar to the Olympic symbol or the Olympic motto as to be likely to create in the public mind an association with it, [F1or a word so similar to a protected word as to be likely to create in the public mind an association with the Olympic Games or the Olympic movement ]
(in this Act referred to as “a controlled representation”).
(2)For the purposes of this section, a person uses a controlled representation if, in particular, he—
(a)affixes it to goods or the packaging thereof,
(b)incorporates it in a flag or banner,
(c)offers or exposes for sale, puts on the market or stocks for those purposes goods which bear it or whose packaging bears it,
(d)imports or exports goods which bear it or whose packaging bears it,
(e)offers or supplies services under a sign which consists of or contains it, or
(f)uses it on business papers or in advertising.
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