| Commentary

215 Infringement of trade marks

| Commentary

215 Infringement of trade marks

A trade mark is infringed if a person without the consent of the registered proprietor uses in the course of trade a sign which1:

  1. 215.1

        is identical with the trade mark in relation to goods or services which are identical with those for which it is registered;

  2. 215.2

        is identical with the trade mark and is used in relation to goods or services similar to those for which the trade mark is registered, or the sign is similar to the trade mark and is used in relation to goods or services identical with, or similar

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