หน้าแรก บทความ กฏหมาย(English) TRADEMARK : TRADEMARK ACT B.E.2534 CHAPTER I TRADEMARKS - PART 2 TRADEMARK REGISTRATION AND THE EFFECT OF REGISTRATION
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PART 2 TRADEMARK REGISTRATION AND THE EFFECT OF REGISTRATION

Section 29(2) When an application for registration of a trademark is considered acceptable, the Registrar shall be order the application to be published.

The publication of applications shall be in accordance with the procedures prescribed in the Ministerial Regulations.

Section 30 If, after the trademark application has been ordered published under Section 29 paragraph one, it appears to the Registrar that the trademark is not registrable under Section 6 or the application does not comply with the provisions of this Act making necessary to cancel the order and if the trademark has not been registered, the Registrar shall cancel such order and shall without delay notify the applicant in writing stating the grounds of such cancellation.

In the case where a cancellation order is made after the publication under Section 29, the cancellation order shall be published in the manner prescribed in the Ministerial Regulations.

Section 31(1) The applicant shall be entitled to appeal a cancellation order under Section 30 paragraph one to the Board within ninety days from the receipt of the notification.

In the case where the applicant does not appeal under the first paragraph or where the applicant has appealed the order under the first paragraph and it is decided by the Board that the order of the Registrar is correct, the Registrar shall proceed to process the application.

If the Board decides that the cancellation order of the Registrar is nor correct, the Registrar shall:-

(1) proceed with the publication of such application if the Registrar has made the cancellation order under Section 3 paragraph one before the publication of the application under Section 29;

(2) republish the application if the cancellation of the order of the Registrar has been published under Section 30 paragraph two. Decisions of the Board under paragraphs two and three shall be final.

Section 32 If the Registrar’s cancellation order under Section 30 is given after an opposition is filed under Section 35, the Registrar shall notify the opposer in writing without delay.

Section 33(1) In cases under Section 32, if the Registrar has not made a decision on the opposition, the decision shall be delayed until the expiration of the period for appeal under Section 31 paragraph one or, until a decision of the Board is given under Section 31 paragraph two or three, as the case may be.

If the Board decides that the cancellation order of the Registrar under Section 30 is correct, the Registrar shall dismiss the opposition and shall inform the opposer in writing without delay. Such order shall be final.

If the Board decides that the cancellation order of the Registrar under Section 30 is not correct, the Registrar shall proceed to make a decision on the opposition.

Section 34 In cases under Section 32, if the Registrar has made a decision on the opposition and an appeal is made against the Registrar’s decision under Section37, the Registrar shall inform the Board and Section 33 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

Section 35 After the publication of a trademark application under Section 29, any person who thinks that he has better right in the trademark than the applicant or that the trademark is not registrable under Section 6 or that the application is not in conformity with the provisions of this Act may, within ninety days from the date of publication under Section 29, file a notice of opposition with the Registrar stating the grounds of the opposition.

Oppositions under the first paragraph shall comply with the rules and procedures prescribed in the Ministerial Regulations.

Section 36(2) If an opposition is filed under Section 35, the Registrar shall send a copy thereof to the applicant without delay.

The applicant shall, within ninety days from the date of receipt of the copy of the opposition, file a counterstatement, in the form prescribed by the Director-General, stating the grounds on which he relies in support of his application. The Registrar shall send a copy of the counterstatement to the opposer without delay. If the applicant fails to comply with the requirement under paragraph two, he shall be deemed to have abandoned his application. In considering and determining the opposition, the Registrar may order the opposer and applicant to give additional statements, written explanations or evidence. If the applicant or opposer fails to comply with the order of the Registrar within ninety days from the date of receipt of the order, the Registrar shall proceed to consider and decide on the opposition on the basis of the existing evidence.

Section 37 The Registrar shall in writing notify the applicant and opposer of his decision with the grounds thereof without delay.

The applicant or opposer may appeal the decision of the Registrar to the Board within ninety days from the date of receipt of the notification. The Board shall decide the appeal without delay.

Section 38 When the Board has given its decision, the decision and the grounds thereof shall, without delay, in writing be notified to the applicant and opposer.

The applicant or opposer may appeal the decision of the Board to the court within ninety days from the date of receipt of the decision.

A case may be filed under paragraph two after the procedures prescribed in Section 37 paragraph two have been taken.

Section 39 In the case where no appeal against the decision of the Registrar is taken within the period prescribed in Section 37 paragraph two or no appeal has been taken against the decision of the Board within the period prescribed in Section 38 paragraph two, the decision of the Registrar or of the Board, as the case may be, shall be final.

Section 40 In the case where there is no opposition under Section 35 or there is an opposition under Section 35 leading to a final decision or judgement that the applicant is entitled to registration, the Registrar shall order the registration of the trademark.

When an order to register a trademark has been made under the first paragraph, the Registrar shall notify the applicant in writing and the registration fee shall be paid within thirty days of receipt of the notification. If the applicant fails to pay the fee within the prescribed period, the application shall be deemed abandoned.

The registration of trademarks shall be in accordance with the procedures prescribed in Ministerial Regulations.

Section 41 In the case where the opposer under Section 35 has also applied registration of a trademark which is identical with or similar to the trademark opposed and a final decision or judgement has been made to the effect that the opposer has better rights than the opposed applicant and if the opposer’s trademark is registrable under Section 6 and the application conforms to the provisions of this Act, the Registrar shall register such trademark in accordance with the procedures prescribed in the Ministerial Regulations without need to publish the application of the opposer again.

Section 42(1) A trademark when registered shall be deemed registered as of the date of application for registration. For the case under Section 28 or 28 bis, the date of application in Thailand shall be deemed to be the date of registration of such trademark.

Section 43 Upon registration of a trademark, the Registrar shall issue to the applicant a certificate of registration in the form prescribed in the Ministerial Regulations.

If a registration certificate is materially damaged or lost, the trademark may apply to the Registrar for a substitute thereof.

The issue of a substitute of a registration certificate shall be in accordance with the rules and in the form prescribed in the Ministerial Regulations.

Section 44 Subject to Sections 27 and 68, a person who is registered as the owner of a trademark shall have the exclusive right to use it for the goods for which it is registered.

Section 45 A trademark registered without limitation of color shall be deemed to be registered for all colors.

Section 46 No person shall be entitled to bring legal proceedings to prevent or to recover damages for the infringement of an unregistered trademark.

The provisions of this Section shall not affect the right of the owner of an unregistered trademark to bring legal proceedings against any person for passing off goods as those of the owner of the trademark.

Section 47 No registration under this Act shall interfere with any bona fide use by a person of his own personal name or surname or the name of his place of business or that of any of his predecessors in business or the use by any person of any bona fide description of the character or quality of his goods.
 

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