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Public emblems, flags and other signs, names or denominations pertaining to the Kingdom or pertaining to one of the countries with which it has reciprocal treatment or pertaining to one of the countries being a member of a multi-lateral international treaty in which the Kingdom is a party or pertaining to an international or governmental organization and also any imitation to these emblems, flags, symbols, names and denominations unless permitted by such owner. 2 e. (...) Anyone who forges a registered trademark or imitates it in a way that misleads the public, and anyone who uses in bad faith a forged or an imitated trademark. l. (...) It may also order the destruction of the forged or imitated trademarks or marks wrongfully placed or used, and order, when necessary, the destruction of the items carrying such trademarks even if a judgment of acquittal is rendered.
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Score: 1069535.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/sau_e/WTACCSAU56_LEG_1.pdf
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Anyone who forges a registered trademark or imitates it in a way that misleads the public, and anyone who uses in bad faith a forged or an imitated trademark. l. (...) Anyone who offers, puts up for sale, or sells or possesses with intention of selling products carrying a forged, an imitated, or unlawfully put or used trademark, despite his knowledge thereof as well as anyone who offers to render services under such a trademark despite his knowledge thereof. (...) It may also order the destruction of the forged or imitated trademarks or marks wrongfully placed or used, and order, when necessary, the destruction of the items carrying such trademarks even if a judgment of acquittal is rendered.
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Score: 1069535.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/sau_e/WTACCSAU59A2_LEG_5.pdf
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Protection Requirements – Absolute Grounds for Exclusion Article 6 An industrial design right shall not protect a product design: 1. which is not the object of protection under Article 2 of this Law; 2. which is contrary to the public order and morality; 3. which represents a technical plan or sketch; 4. which contains, constitutes or imitates a national coat or arms or other public arms, a flag or an emblem, the name or abbreviated name of a 4 country or international organization, unless the consent of the competent authority of that country or organization has been given; 5. which contains, constitutes or imitates the figure of a deceased famous person, unless the consent of the competent authority has been given. (...) Opposition Article 24 (1) An opposition relating to the published industrial design application may, within three months from the date of publication, be filed to the Office: 1. by the holder of an earlier industrial design right or the applicant of an earlier application; 2. by a trader entered in the register of companies or a similar register before the filing date of the industrial design application, provided that his trade name or an essential part of that name is identical to the published design or is imitated by the published design; 3. by a natural person whose name and family name, pseudonym or image is identical to the published design or is imitated by the published design; 4. by the holder of an earlier industrial property right, if the subject of such a right is identical to the published design or is imitated by the published design; 5. by any person having a copyright on the work which is identical to the published design or is imitated by the published design; 10 6. by any interested person who considers that the published design does not comply with the requirements as to novelty or individual character or is solely dictated by the kind or respectively by the functional features of the product within the meaning of Article 7, paragraph (1) of this Law. (1) The time limit for filing an opposition prescribed in paragraph (1) of this Article may not be extended. (2) The request for the opposition procedure shall be subject to the payment of the prescribed fee. (...) Exclusive Rights 12 Article 31 (1) The right holder shall acquire exclusive rights to use the industrial design and to prevent any unauthorized use of the industrial design by third persons. (2) No third person may, without the consent of the right holder, make, offer, put on the market, import, export or use any product bearing, embodying or imitating the industrial design, or store such a product for the specified purposes. (3) The holder of an industrial design right is entitled to demand from each person who puts or intends to put on the market a product bearing, embodying or imitating the industrial design, information about the origin of the product and trade channels of the product or the documentation relating to that product.
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Score: 1068513.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/hrv_e/WTACCHRV48A2_LEG_2.pdf
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Various policy and regulatory imitatives in line with international best practices have also been suggested.
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Score: 1065974.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...y3/Abstract_Bahrain_SGupta.pdf
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From birth to two years of age, children listen intently, respond to speech, imitate sounds, say their first meaningful words, imitate adult actions, develop friendships, solve problems and begin pretend play.
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Score: 1053095.9 - https://www.unicef.org/banglad...e-opportunities-early-learning
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“To help our neighbours imitate this device, I can share dishwashing liquid bottle push-pull cap after finishing ours,” she adds, while noting that contactless DLM has become a community affair. (...) “To help our neighbours imitate this device, I can share dishwashing liquid bottle push-pull cap after finishing ours,” she adds, while noting that contactless DLM has become a community affair.
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Score: 1053095.9 - https://www.unicef.org/madagas...e-respecting-hygiene-standards
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The Tabula can be seen as a mediaeval facsimile imitating the book scroll in use in Antiquity. Completely preserved in the Department of Manuscripts, Autographs and Closed Collections of the National Library (Cod. 324), the Tabula Peutingeriana contains many insights for the history of administration and economy of the Roman Empire.
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Score: 1044741 - https://en.unesco.org/mediaban.../DC/mediabank-eprint-25176.txt
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Marks of official organizations such as: the Red Crescent, the Red Cross, or any other similar symbols as well as any mark which is an imitation thereof. 6. Any mark that is in conflict with chastity, morality and public order. 7. (...) Marks containing an imaginary, imitated or forged commercial name. 12. Marks related to natural or legal persons and the use of which is prohibited. 13. (...) The registration of a mark which constitutes a reproduction, an imitation, or a translation, liable to create confusion, of a mark determined to be well-known in Afghanistan for identical or similar goods.
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Score: 1041224.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/afg_e/WTACCAFG21_LEG_3.pdf
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Marks of official organizations such as: the Red Crescent, the Red Cross, or any other similar symbols as well as any mark which is an imitation thereof. 6. Any mark that is in conflict with chastity, morality and public order. 7. (...) Marks containing an imaginary, imitated or forged commercial name. 12. Marks related to natural or legal persons and the use of which is prohibited. 13. (...) The registration of a mark which constitutes a reproduction, an imitation, or a translation, liable to create confusion, of a mark determined to be well-known in Afghanistan for identical or similar goods.
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Score: 1041224.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/afg_e/WTACCAFG22_LEG_2.pdf
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Marks of official organizations such as: the Red Crescent, the Red Cross, or any other similar symbols as well as any mark which is an imitation thereof. 6. Any mark that is in conflict with chastity, morality and public order. 7. (...) Marks containing an imaginary, imitated or forged commercial name. 12. Marks related to natural or legal persons and the use of which is prohibited. 13. (...) The registration of a mark which constitutes a reproduction, an imitation, or a translation, liable to create confusion, of a mark determined to be well-known in Afghanistan for identical or similar goods.
Language:English
Score: 1041224.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/afg_e/WTACCAFG7A1_LEG_4.pdf
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