Laws and Regulations under TRIPS Art. 63.2 - View details of the document

Trade Marks (Border Enforcement Measures) Rules
(i) Allows for the registration of non-visual marks. (ii) Improves border measures to allow for more pro-active enforcement at the border against imports, exports out of Singapore and goods in transit that are consigned to a party with a local presence. (iii) Protects well-known marks against any use that would indicate a connection between the goods or services in question and the proprietor of the well-known mark. In addition, where the mark is well-known to the public at large in Singapore, the protection is as against any use that would cause dilution in an unfair manner of the distinctive character of the well-known mark. (iv) Removes the adverse consequences for failure to record the grant of a licence under a protected international trade mark.
Dated 15/01/1999