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Trade and Commerce Title 45, Chapter 45.50, Competitive Practices and Regulation of Competition, Article 01, Trademark
Chapter 71 of the Arkansas Code, Trademarks and Labels.
Title 44, Trade and Commerce, Chapter 10, Competition and Competitive Practices, Article 3-Registration and Protection of Trademarks and Service Marks:
44-1441 - Definitions 44-1442 - Registerability 44-1443 - Application for registration 44-1444 - Certificate of registration; admissibility as evidence 44-1445 - Duration of registration; renewal notice; application and fee 44-1446 - Assignment of mark and registration 44-1447 - Records 44-1448 - Cancellation of registrations 44-1448.01 - Injury to business reputation; dilution 44-1449 - Classification of goods or services 44-1450 - Fraudulent registration; damages 44-1451 - Remedies for infringement 44-1452 - Common law rights 44-1453 - Counterfeit marks; violation; classification; presumption; seizure; forfeiture; remedies; definitions 44-1455 - Use of unauthorized copy of computer software; violation; classification 44-1456 - Use of trademarked container for other articles; violation; classification.
Search Registered Trademarks and Service Marks Database for the state of Arizona
Division 6, Business Rights General Provisions, Chapter 2, Registration and Protection of Trademarks, Section 14200 et seq.
Title 7-Corporations and Associations, Chapter 7, Trademarks, Business and Farm Names- Article 70 - Trademarks, 7-70-101 to 7-70-113.
Definitions: Section 7-70-101; Application for Registration: 7-70-102; Certificate of Registration: 7-70-103; Duration and Renewal: 7-70-104; Assignment and Change of Name: 7-70-105; Records: 7-70-106; Cancellation by Secretary of State: 7-70-107; Action for Cancellation: 7-70-108; Classification : 7-70-109; Fraudulent Registration: 7-70-110; Infringement-Civil Action 7-70-111; Remedies: 7-70-112; Common Law Rights: 7-71-113; Membership of Firm-Business under Assumed Name-Fees: 7-71-101; Penalty for Failure to File: 7-71-102.
Fees and Forms for Filing a Trademark in the State of Colorado.
Title 35, Trade Regulations, Trademarks and collective and Certification Marks, Chapter 621a, Trademarks and Service Marks, See Also Chapter 620a Marks
Title 6, Chapter 33, Trademarks, Brands and Labels.
3301 Short Title. 3302. Definitions. 3303. Registerability 3304. Application for registration. 3305. Certificate of registration. 3306. Duration and renewal. 3307. Assignment. 3308. Records. 3309. Cancellation. 3310. Classification. 3311. Fraudulent registration. 3312. Infringement. 3313. Injury to business reputation; dilution. 3314. Remedies, including injunctions against forged or counterfeited trademarks, service marks, or copyrighted or registered designs. 3315. Common-law rights.
Fees and Forms for Filing a Trademark in the State of Delaware
Title XXXIII Regulation of Trade, Commerce, Investments and Solicitations, Chapter 495: Registration of Trademarks and Service Marks
Definitions. 495.011 Registerability 495.021 Reservation.495.027 Application for registration. 495.031 Use by related companies. 495.041 Disclaimers. 495.051 Certificate of registration. 495.061 Duration and renewal. 495.071 Assignment. 495.081 Records. 495.091 Cancellation. 495.101 Classification. 495.111 Fraudulent registration. 495.121 Infringement. 495.131 Remedies. 495.141 Injury to business reputation; dilution. 495.151 Common-law rights. 495.161 Effective date; repeal of prior acts. 495.171 Construction of chapter 495.181.
The Official Code of Georgia Governing Trademarks : Title 10, Section 1-440 et seq.
Division 1, Title 20, Chapter 482, Trademarks, Prints, Labels and Trade Names, Registration and Protection of
Section 482-1 Definitions 482-2 Certificate 482-3 Record, issuance and effect of certificate 482-3.5 Penalty 482-4 Certain prints, labels, trademarks, service mark, union labels and trade names not to be adopted or used 482-5 Penalty 482-6 Revocation of certificate; nonuse 482-7 Application of law; reissue on nonuser 482-8 Revocation of certificate; ownership 482-9 Appeal 482-10 Registration of name, title, or other mark or device on bottles, siphons, tins, kegs, or other containers 482-11 Unlawful traffic in bottles, etc., registered under section 482-10 482-12 Unlawful use of milk bottles, etc.; penalty.
Title 48: Monopolies and Trade Practices, Chapter 5, Registration and Protection of Trademarks,
48-501 Definitions 48-502 Registerability 48-503 Application for Registration 48-504 Filing of Applications 48-505 Certificate of Registration 48-506 Duration and Renewal 48-507 Assignments, Amendments, Changes of Name and Other Instruments 48-508 Records 48-509 Cancellation 48-510 Classification 48-511 Fraudulent Registration 48-512 Infringement 48-513 Injury to Business Reputation--Dilution 48-514 Remedies 48-515 Forum for Actions Regarding Registration--Service On Out-of-State Registrants 48-516 Common Law Rights 48-517 Fees 48-518 Time of Taking Effect--Repeal of Prior Acts--Intent of Act
Illinois Compiled Statutes, Chapter 765, Property: Trademark Registration and Protection Act 1036
See Also Rights and Remedies, Chapter 765, Property: Miscellaneous Property, Counterfeit Trademark Act 1040
Indiana Code, Title 24, Art 2 Trademarks, Tradenames and Trade Secrets
548.101 Definitions.; 548.102 Registerability 548.103 Application for registration. 548.104 Filing of applications. 548.105 Certificate of registration. 548.106 Duration and renewal. 548.107 Assignments, changes of name, and other instruments. 548.108 Records. 548.109 Cancellation. 548.110 Classification. 548.111 Fraudulent registration. 548.112 Infringement. 548.113 Injury to business reputation--dilution. 548.114 Remedies. 548.115 Forum for actions regarding registration--service on out-of-state registrants. 548.116 Common law rights. 548.117 Fees.
Kansas Statutes: Chapter 81-Trademarks and Service Marks: Article 2: 81-201 Title
561 Legislative intent. 563 Definitions for KRS 365.561 to 365.613. 567 Registerability 571 Application for registration. 573 Filing of applications. 577 Certificate of registration. 581 Duration and renewal. 583 Assignments, changes of name, and other instruments. 587 Records. 591 Cancellation. 593 Classification.597 Fraudulent registration. 601 Infringement. 603 Remedies. 607 Forum for actions regarding registration -- Service on out-of-state registrants. 611 Common law rights.613 Fees not refundable.
Louisiana Revised Statutes: Section 213, Powers of the secretary of state; reservation of trade names, trademarks, and service marks.
Search the Corporate Databases for business names, trademarks, registered agents and individual names registered in the State of Louisiana.
Title 10: Commerce and Trade, Part 4: Trademarks and Names, Chapter 301-A, The Registration and Protection of Marks
§ 1521. Definitions § 1521-A. Use of marks § 1522. Registration § 1523. Attested copy § 1524. Duration and renewal § 1525. Assignment § 1525-A. Amendment §1526. Records § 1526-A. Information requests § 1527. Cancellation; classification § 1527-A. Powers of the Secretary of State § 1527-B. Expedited service § 1527-C. Access to Secretary of State's database § 1527-D. Publications § 1528. Fraudulent registration § 1529. Infringement § 1530. Injury to business reputation; dilution § 1531. Remedies §1532. Common law rights
Business Regulation, Index to Trademark Laws of Maryland: Article, § 1-401 et seq.,
§ 1-401. Definitions § 1-402. Effect of subtitle § 1-403. Records § 1-404. Registration authorized § 1-405. Classes of goods and services § 1-406. Applications for registration § 1-407. Hearings § 1-409. Issuance and contents of certificate of registration § 1-410. Term and renewal of registration § 1-411. Assignment § 1-412. Cancellation of registration. §1-413. Fraudulent registration. a§ 1-414. Infringement
Section 1. Definitions. Section 2. Application for registration of trademark; filing. Section 3. Registration restrictions. Section 4. Certificate of registration; issuance; status as constructive notice and as evidence; defenses. Section 5. Effective term; renewal; fee; notification of expiration; statement of use. Section 6. Assignment of marks and registration; recording; fee; good faith purchasers for value protected. Section 7. Public records. Section 8. Cancellation of registration. Section 9. Rules and regulations; classes of goods and services. Section 10. Fraudulent procuring of registration; damages. Section 11. Use or counterfeiting of marks without consent of registrant; remedies. Section 12. Injunctive relief. Section 13. Counterfeit or imitation marks; injunction; damages; destruction. Section 14. Common law rights. Section 15. Rules and regulations; administrative proceedings. Section 16. Severability.
Act 242 of 1969, Trademarks and Service Marks
333.001 Definitions. 333.01 Commercial assumed names. 333.02 Filing of certificate. 333.03 Repealed, 1978 c 698 s 9 333.035 Amendment of certificate. 333.04 Secretary of state; duties, fees. 333.05 Repealed, 1978 c 698 s 9 333.055 Term of certificate; renewal, notices, fees. 333.06 Pleading failure to file certificate; costs. 333.065 Penalty for violation. 333.07 Lodges, societies and the like may register. 333.08 Application. 333.09 Secretary of state to keep record and index. 333.10 Duplicates not registered. 333.11 Issuance of certificates. 333.12 Fees. 333.13 Violations; penalties. 333.135 Improper use of insignia. 333.14 Unauthorized use is a crime. 333.15 Threatened use may be restrained. 333.16 Vested rights not affected. 333.17 Forbidden in business; "marine" exception. 333.18 Definitions. 333.19 Unregisterable matter; collective and certification marks. 333.20 Application; form, signature, specimen of mark, fee. 333.21 Certificate of registration, issuance, evidentiary effect. 333.22 Term of registration; renewal, notice, fee. 333.23 Conveyances of marks; recordation, fee, necessity. 333.24 Secretary of state's record of marks. 333.25 Cancellation of marks. 333.26 Must use U.S. patent and trademark office system. 333.27 Improper registration; liability. 333.28 Identical or similar marks; liability for misuse. 333.285 Dilution of distinctive famous mark may be enjoined. 333.29 Remedies. 333.30 Marks acquired at common law. 333.305 Forum is district court; service on nonresident registrant. 333.31 Service of process upon nonresident registrants. 333.40 Trademark; when deemed affixed. 333.41 Trademarks of workers' unions. 333.42 Counterfeiting or dealing in counterfeits; how punished. 333.43 Registration. 333.44 Fraudulent registration or use; penalty. 333.45 Illegal use of certificate of registration. 333.50 Unauthorized use is a crime. 333.51 Threatened use may be restrained. 333.52 Vested rights not affected. 333.53 Unauthorized use is a crime. 333.54 Threatened use may be restrained.
Mississippi Code of 1972 As Amended, Title 75 Regulation of Trade, Commerce and Investments, Chapter 025
75-25-1. Definitions. 75-25-3. Registerability 75-25-5. Application for registration. 75-25-7. Certificate of registration. 75-25-9. Duration and renewal. 75-25-11. Assignment. 75-25-13. Records. 75-25-15. Cancellation. 75-25-17. Classification. 75-25-19. Fraudulent registrations. 75-25-21. Infringement. 75-25-23. Remedies. 75-25-25. Common law rights. 75-25-27. Fraternal associations or societies. 75-25-29. [Effective January 1, 1997] Actions for cancellation. 75-25-31. [Effective January 1, 1997] Good faith acquisition of marks. 75-25-33. [Effective January 1, 1997] Fees.
Section 417-005 Definitions. Section 417-011 Prohibited Marks; Section 417.016 Registration of trademark--application, contents--information required by secretary of state--fee, how payable--refusal to register mark, procedure.Section 417-018 Additional fee. Section 417-021 Certificate of registration, how issued--admissible as evidence--duplicate of certificate, application, fee--abstract of mark, fee.Section 417-026 Term of registration--notice of expiration, when required. Section 417-031 Assignment of mark, procedure. Section 417-036 Registry of marks open to public. Section 417-041 Cancellation of marks, when. Section 417-046 Classes of goods and services--single application for mark to cover only one class. Section 417-051 Fraudulent filing or registration--civil damages to injured party. Section 417-056 Prohibited acts--civil action for damages, when. Section 417-061 Injunctive relief, when--order for payment to owner of mark --destruction of counterfeit marks. Section 417-066 Common law marks not affected--pending suits not affected--actions to require cancellation of a mark or to compel registration, venue, parties.
Trademark Registration Act of 2000, Sections 87-126 through 87-144.
Nevada Revised Statutes, Registration and Protection of Trademarks, Tradenames and Service Marks Section 600.240 to 600.450
Revised Statutes of the State of New Hampshire, Chapter 350-A, Model State Trademark Act
Chapter 57, Article 3B, Trademarks
57-3B-1. Short Title 57-3B-2. Purpose and intent of act. 57-3B-3. Definitions. 57-3B-4. Registerability 57-3B-5. Application of registration. 57-3B-6. Filing of application. 57-3B-7. Certificate of registration. 57-3B-8. Duration and renewal. 57-3B-9. Assignments; changes of name and other instruments. 57-3B-10. Records. 57-3B-11. Cancellation. 57-3B-12. Classification. 57-3B-13. Fraudulent registration. 57-3B-14. Infringement. 57-3B-15. Injury to business reputation; dilution. 57-3B-16 Remedies. 57-3B-17. Applicability.
GBS - General Business Article 24- Trademarks, Service Marks and Business Reputation
Chapter 80. Trademarks, Brands, etc. Article 1, Trademark Registration Act.
North Dakota Secretary of State Office with links to Century Code, Chapter 47-22.
Ohio Revised Code, Chapter 1329: Labels and Marks.
Oregon Revised Statutes, Chapter 647: Trademarks and Service Marks
CHAPTER 6-2 Registration and Protection of Trademarks Index of Sections
Sections § 6-2-1 Definitions. § 6-2-2 Application for registration. § 6-2-3 Registerability § 6-2-4 Certificate of registration. § 6-2-5 Duration and renewal. § 6-2-6 Assignment. § 6-2-7 Records. § 6-2-8 Cancellation. § 6-2-9 Classification. § 6-2-10 Fraudulent registration. § 6-2-11 Infringement. § 6-2-12 Injury to business reputation – Dilution. § 6-2-13 Remedies. § 6-2-14 Common law rights. § 6-2-15 Severability. § 6-2-16 Termination of prior registrations.
Title 47, Chapter 25 Trade Practices, Part 5, Tennessee Trademark Act of 2000 (Scroll down to Part 5)
Trademark Rules (Chapter 1360-7-1)
Trademark and Service Mark Filing Guide for the State of Tennessee
Searchable Database for Marks Registered in the State of Tennessee
Title 59.1 - Trade and Commerce: Chapter 6.1 - Registration and Protection of Trademarks and Service Marks
§ 59.1-92.1. Short title. § 59.1-92.2. Definitions. § 59.1-92.3. Registerability § 59.1-92.4. Application for registration. § 59.1-92.5. Filing of applications. § 59.1-92.6. Certificate of registration. § 59.1-92.7. Duration and renewal. § 59.1-92.8. Assignments and changes of name. § 59.1-92.9. Records............ § 59.1-92.10. Cancellation. § 59.1-92.11. Classification. § 59.1-92.12. Infringement. § 59.1-92.13. Remedies. § 59.1-92.14. Service on out-of-state registrants. § 59.1-92.15. Common law rights. § 59.1-92.16. Fees § 59.1-92.17. Commission may consider final judgments. § 59.1-92.18. Appeals from final action of Commission. § 59.1-92.19. Regulations and forms..§ 59.1-92.20. Fees to cover expense of regulation. § 59.1-92.21. Olympic symbols.
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