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KAEHLIG, Carl-Bernd
The Indonesian Law of Marks: Law and Cases, 2004, 
iv + 100 hlm; 21 cm
ISBN 979-8409-84-1
Rp 40.000,-

 
Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION
2. WHAT MARKS CAN BE REGISTERED?
3. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRADEMARK AND TRADE      NAME       
4. UNREGISTRABLE MARKS
    4.1 Non-distinctiveness of a mark
    4.2 Similarity of marks
    4.3 Well-known marks
    4.4 Applications for mark registration in bad faith
5. THE RIGHT TO A MARK: REGISTRATION
6. DURATION OF MARK REGISTRATION
7. MARK REGISTRATION PROCEDURE
    7.1 General
    7.2 The applicant
    7.3 Contents of application form
    7.4 Documents accompanying the application form
    7.5 Priority right mark registrations
    7.6 Administrative examination
    7.7 Date of receipt of the application for mark registration
    7.8 Change to and withdrawal of application for mark registration
8. MARK REGISTRATION PROCESS
9. APPEAL
10. EXTENSION OF MARK REGISTRATION
11. CHANGE OF NAME AND/OR ADDRESS OF REGISTERED MARK OWNER
12. TRANSFER OF RIGHTS TO MARKS
13. LICENSING OF MARKS
14. COLLECTIVE MARKS
15. GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS AND INDICATIONS OF ORIGIN
16. DELETION AND CANCELLATION OF A REGISTERED MARK
17. FEE SCHEDULE
18. LEGAL REMEDIES
19. TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS
20. CLOSING PROVISIONS

FOOTNOTES;

APPENDIX I

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