Subpart 2—Applications

General

32 Application: how made

(1)

A person claiming to be the owner of a trade mark or series of trade marks may, on payment of the prescribed fee (if any), apply in the prescribed manner (if any) for the registration of the trade mark or series of trade marks used or proposed to be used in respect of the following:

(a)

particular goods or services within 1 or more classes:

(b)

particular goods and services within 1 or more classes.

(2)

The Commissioner must not register a trade mark in respect of all of the goods and services included in a class, or a large variety of goods or services, unless the specification is justified by the use or intended use of the sign.

Compare: 1953 No 66 ss 7, 20; Trade Marks Act 1998 ss 5, 17(1) (Singapore)

Section 32(1): replaced, on 15 December 2005, by section 6 of the Trade Marks Amendment Act 2005 (2005 No 116).