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16. The provisions of section 89 (infringing goods, material or articles may be treated as prohibited goods) section 90 and section 91 of the Act (power of Commissioners of Customs and Excise to disclose information) apply in relation to goods which are, in relation to a protected international trade mark (UK), infringing goods, materials or articles, and for the purposes of those provisions—
(a)references to a registered trade mark shall be to a protected international trade mark (UK);
(b)the Trade Marks (Customs) Regulations 1994(1) shall apply in relation to notices given under the provisions of section 89.
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