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European Communities (Enforcement of Community Judgements on Trade Marks and Designs) Regulations 2006 (S.I. No. 646 of 2006)

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Year of current version:2006
Date of Text (Issued):December 14, 2006
Type of Text:Implementing Rules/Regulations
Subject Matter:Enforcement of IP and Related Laws, Industrial Designs, Trademarks
Notes:
The purpose of these Regulations, made under the European Communities Act, 1972 is to ensure that decisions, accompanied by an Order for costs, made by the Community Trade Mark and Industrial Design registration office better known as OHIM, can be executed in Ireland. OHIM is a Community body whose main function is to register trade marks and designs which have unitary effect throughout the Community. The regulations nominate the High Court as the competent authority before which such orders should be brought for execution.
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European Communities (Enforcement of Community Judgements on Trade Marks and Designs) Regulations 2006 (S.I. No. 646 of 2006) European Communities (Enforcement of Community Judgements on Trade Marks and Designs) Regulations 2006 (S.I. No. 646 of 2006), Complete document (pdf) [113 KB]

WIPO Lex No.:IE104

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