Archived — Compliance with Paragraph 30(a) — Wine and beer

Publication Date: 2006-08-09

The goods "wine" and "beer" are now considered sufficiently specific to satisfy paragraph 30(a) of the Trade-marks Act which requires an application for the registration of a trademark to contain a statement in ordinary commercial terms of the specific goods or services in association with which the mark has been or is proposed to be used.

Therefore, the Trademarks Office will, for the purposes of paragraph 30(a), not require that the goods "wine" and "beer" be further specified.

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