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The Journal - November 2018

News and updates The Journal - November 2018
The November edition of the Journal is now available.

Decisions of the Commissioner – July 2022

News and updates Decisions of the Commissioner – July 2022
Decisions of the Commissioner issued in july are now available online.

Register IP that has a Māori element

About IP Māori IP Register IP that has a Māori element
In the marketplace, Māori culture presents unique branding opportunities and commercial benefits.

Respond to compliance report

About IP Trade marks Examination process Respond to compliance report
A compliance report is a formal letter written by the trade mark examiner who has assessed your application and concludes that it doesn't comply fully with the Trade Marks Act 2002 (the Act).

International patents

About IP Patents International
A patent only protects an invention in one country or region (eg Europe). While there is no such thing as a worldwide patent, international patent law can make it easier to get patents granted in a number of different countries.

The Journal - March 2016

News and updates The Journal - March 2016
The March 2016 edition of the Journal is now available. To view the sections of the journal select the link below: Patent, Trade Mark and Design applications and registrations .

Overcoming section 18

About IP Trade marks Practice guidelines Overcoming section 18
Guidance on methods of overcoming a citation including methods under section 18(2) of the Trade Marks Act 2002. These guidelines do not constrain the judgement and discretion of the Commissioner of Trade Marks, and each application will be considered on its own merits.

Division

About IP Trade marks Practice guidelines Division
Guidelines on the process of the division of a trade mark application as set out in the Trade Marks Act 2002. These guidelines do not constrain the judgement and discretion of the Commissioner of Trade Marks, and each application will be considered on its own merits.

Request for postponement of acceptance

About IP Patents Patents Act 1953 Request for postponement of acceptance
Prior to acceptance applicants may request that a patent application not be accepted for a period of up to 18 months from the date of filing of the complete specification, or from the 31 month examinable date for applications entering the New Zealand national phase. …

Application for rectification of trade mark by third party

About IP Trade marks Trade Mark Hearings Application for rectification of trade mark by third party
Any person who has an interest may apply under section 76 for the rectification of the Register to correct an ‘error’ or ‘omission’ provided it does not affect the validity of the registration of a trade mark.

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