71 Disclaimer of trade mark for public interest reasons

If, in determining whether a trade mark is to be registered or is to remain on the register, the Commissioner or the court considers that there are public interest reasons for doing so, the Commissioner or the court may require, as a condition of its being on the register, that the owner—

(a)

disclaims any right to the exclusive use of any part of the trade mark; or

(b)

makes any other disclaimer that the Commissioner or the court considers necessary for the purpose of defining the owner’s rights under the registration.