Under Article 75 of the Patents and Utility Models Law, fraud concerning inventors' rights is deemed to be counterfeiting. Article 76 extends this offence to anyone who: - Produces or orders the production of one or more articles in breach of the rights of the holder of the patent or utility model; - imports, sells, places on sale or markets or displays or introduces into the territory of the Argentine Republic one or more articles in breach of the rights of the holder of the patent or utility model. Under Article 77, the following are liable to the offence of disclosure and usurpation of an invention which has not yet been protected: - Any partner, agent, adviser, employee or workman of the inventor or his assignees who he usurps or discloses an invention which is not yet protected; - anyone who bribes the partner, agent, adviser, employee or workman of the inventor or his assignees to obtain disclosure of the secret; - anyone who breaches the confidentiality imposed by law. Under Article 78 anyone is liable to punishment if, without being the holder of a patent or utility model, whether or does not enjoy the rights conferred thereby, uses those products or, in his advertising, names likely to mislead the public as to the existence thereof. Under Article 31 of the Trademarks Law, anyone is liable to punishment if: - He counterfeits or fraudulently imitates a registered trademark or name; - uses a registered trademark or name that is counterfeit or, fraudulently imitated or belongs to third party, without his authorization; - places on sale or sells a registered trademark or name that is counterfeit or fraudulently imitated or belongs to a third party, without his authorization; - places on sale, sells or markets products or services with a counterfeit or fraudulently imitated registered trademark. Under Article 38, anyone in possession of counterfeit goods is required to report the name and address of the person who sold them and the date on which they were acquired, the invoice, the quantity of counterfeit units sold and to whom sold or he will otherwise be presumed to be an accomplice in the counterfeiting or fraudulent imitation. Under Article 21 of Decree 6673/63 anyone is liable to punishment if: - He manufactures or orders the manufacture of industrial goods with the characteristics protected by the registration of a model or design or copies thereof; - knowing that it is unlawful, sells, places on sale, displays, imports, exports or in any other way markets the goods referred to above; - with malice aforethought holds such goods or conceals the names of the manufacturers; - with malice aforethought invokes a model or design, without registering it; - sells as belonging to him plans for designs protected by registration by another person. Under Articles 71 et seq. of Law 11,723, the following are offences: - Publishing, selling or reproducing an unpublished or published work without the consent of the author or right holder; - falsifying intellectual works; - plagiarism; - failure to observe the contract clause specifying the number of issues to be printed. In addition, with regard to phonograms: - The storage or display of unlawful copies and the importation of unlawful copies for distribution to the public. Under Law 20,247 it is an offence to identify and sell seeds of cultivars where multiplication and marketing thereof have not been authorized by the owner of the cultivar.