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Section 44 – The Trade Marks Act, 1999

The Trade Marks Act,1999

 

44. Assignability and transmissibility of associated trade marks.—

 

Associated trade marks shall be assignable and transmissible only as a whole and not separately, but, subject to the provisions of this Act, they shall, for all other purposes, be deemed to have been registered as separate trade marks.

 

Comments

 

This clause requires that associated trade marks shall be assignable and transmissible only as a whole but they will be treated as separate trade marks for all other purposes. It corresponds to the provision contained in section 43 of the existing Act.

 

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