IPR Quotient - VI

'A Trade Mark is perpetual in nature'. Which of the following options is correct with respect to this statement?
  • It is subject to renewal every 10 years
  • A Trade Mark protection lasts till the death of the owner
  • A Trade Mark becomes publici juris after a period of 10 years
  • None of the above

1 / 9

The community Trade Mark of Europe covers:
  • Europe and Asia
  • 27 Countries
  • Entire World
  • 51 countries

2 / 9

In case of a Trade Mark infringement of a label in which copyright subsists which of the following options is most suitable?
  • A suit for Trade Mark infringement
  • A suit for copyright infringement
  • A combined suit for Trade Mark, passing off and Copyright infringement
  • A civil suit for Trade Mark and passing off and a criminal action for copyright infringement

3 / 9

TM Registry is situated in:
  • Delhi
  • Chennai
  • Kolkata
  • Ahmedabad
  • Mumbai
  • All of the above
  • Only (1) and (3)

4 / 9

Registration of a Trade Mark confers on the proprietor of the Trade Mark, exclusive right to use of the Trade Mark in relation to:
  • All goods in the class for which it is registered
  • Only for the goods for which it is registered
  • Extends to all goods and services available in a country
  • If the Trade Mark is a well-known Trade Mark then protection extends to any class of goods

5 / 9

Transborder reputation applies for:
  • Well known International Trade Mark
  • International Trade Marks registered in India
  • All International Trade Marks
  • Only goods sold under the respective Trade Mark in India
  • Only (1) and (3)

6 / 9

The period of limitation for filing a suit for infringement of a Trade Mark is:
  • Three years from the date of on which the owner becomes aware of the infringement
  • One year from the date of infringement
  • At any time when the owner becomes aware of the infringement
  • Within six months of the date of infringement

7 / 9

Which of the following is an exception to the general rule that use of the same/similar mark by more than one proprietor is not permitted?
  • Honest concurrent use
  • Innocent infringement
  • There is no such exception
  • Acquiescence by the owner of Trade Mark

8 / 9

Which of the following offences are met with penalty under the Trade Marks Act, 1999?
  • Falsely representing a Trade Mark as registered
  • Falsifying and falsely applying Trade Marks
  • Falsification of entries in register
  • Using ones own name as a Trade Mark
  • All of the above
  • Only (1), (2) and (3)

9 / 9

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