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Trade Marks Act 2005 Revised Edition
Trade Marks (Amendment) Act 2004 (Date of entry into force: 1 July 2004) - (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. Statutes (Miscellaneous Amendments) (No. 2) Act 2005 (Date of entry into force: 1 January 2006) - Amends the Trade Marks Act to fine-tune certain registration procedures. In particular, it clarifies when an application for registration of trade marks, and applications for collective and certification marks will be treated as withdrawn by the Registrar. Trade Marks (Amendment) Act 2007 (2 July 2007) - (i) Allows for multi-class applications and division of applications under the Singapore trade marks regime. (ii) Aligns Singapore trademark procedures with the provisions in the Singapore Treaty on the Law of Trademarks (STLT).
Dated 15/01/1999