collective mark


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collective mark

n.
A trademark or service mark for a cooperative, association, or other collective organization.

collec′tive mark`


n.
a trademark or service mark used by a cooperative.
[1965–70]
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Organizing a cooperative for the Bagobo-Tagabawa tribe will also be timely because a collective mark can only be owned by an association or cooperative.
The same company, British-based John and Pascalis Ltd, has also challenged the community collective mark in the EU, and the cheese's registration as a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) product.
This will mainly draw on the comparison of certification and collective mark systems and EU GI regulations from the perspective of users and others affected by these regimes.
'At the moment, we are helping mango growers development cooperative in exposing or promoting the mango industry since we have already collective mark for our Guimaras mango,' she added.
Norwegian exhibitor Seafood from Norway is a collective mark for Norwegian Seafood products.
collective mark will, at the expense of competition, divide business
(38) In addition to individual trademarks, it is possible to register handicrafts as a collective mark. A definition of a 'collective mark' can be found in Article 2 of the Trademarks Law.
If we ever got a dozen Merseyside Independence Party MPs in a future Parliament, I hope they would do something rather more effective than that to make their collective mark on our behalf.
The medical device company was recently notified that IP Australia approved MediPurpose's application to register a trademark, collective mark or certification mark in Australia for MediPlus.
collective mark shall be protected, and provides that it may refuse
The final main element of the package (to be part of the decision) will be a proposal to strengthen the legal protection of the CE marking placed on products, by having it registered as a collective mark'.
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