E-dicts


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Certificate of registration

Official confirmation that your design, copyright  or trade-mark has been registered. 

Certification Mark

A mark used to distinguish goods or services dealt with or provided in the course of trade and certified by the trade mark owner (or by another person approved by the owner) in relation to quality, accuracy or some other characteristic including origin, material or mode of manufacture.

CGI

Common Gateway Interface or CGI  is a set of rules that describe how a Web Server communicates with another piece of software on the same machine, and how the other piece of software (the “CGI programme”) communicates with the web server. Any piece of software can be a CGI programme if it handles input and output according...

Claims

The basis for filing an application that allows for the determination of the person entitled to the registration of the mark.

Clearly descriptive

A mark that clearly describes a feature of a ware or service and that is therefore not registrable as a trade-mark

Collective

Organization that administers rights granted by the copyright system on behalf of copyright owners who have joined that collective. 

Compulsory Licence

The right granted by the Commissioner of Patents to one or more parties to produce a patented invention. These are granted under certain circumstances as a measure against abuse of patent rights. 

Condition Precedent

refers to a condition which delays the vesting of a right until an event happens. In real estate law, it is a fact or event which must exist or happen before a right becomes vested

Condition Subsequent

refers to a condition which delays the vesting of a right until an event happens. In real estate law, it is a fact or event which must exist or happen before a right becomes vestedrefer to a condition which delays the vesting of a right until an event happens. In real estate law, it is a fact or event which must exist or...

Conflicting Marks

refers to the situation where there is a Likelihood of Confusion between two or more trademarks

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