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Are there any rights established by having a registered trademark?

The following trademark rights are established by registration:


  • the exclusive right to use and enjoy the benefits of the registered trademark
  • the right to object to later conflicting applications
  • the right to request for a cancellation order against a later conflicting registration
  • the right to file an infringement case against a confusingly similar mark;
  • the right to license third parties to use the trademark
  • the right to request from the customs authorities to confiscate counterfeit goods
  • the right to obtain damages from third parties for infringing the registered trademark

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