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6.1 Notice of proposed conversion

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Where the Commissioner receives an application for conversion, the Commissioner must first notify the applicant for conversion of the proposed form of the conversion19. The applicant will be sent a Notice of Proposed Conversion, advising the proposed form of the conversion. Where the applicant does not agree to the proposed conversion, the applicant has a right to a hearing on this matter.

A time limit will be stipulated, being not less than one month from the date of the Notice of Proposed Conversion, in which the applicant must indicate that it wishes to be heard before the Commissioner exercises his power to convert the application20.


Footnotes

19 See regulation 142(1) of the Trade Marks Regulations 2003.

20 See regulation 142(3) of the Trade Marks Regulations 2003


 

Last updated 23 June 2008