When rigid legal interpretation overrides common sense 20 Oct 17
The maxim ‘extreme law, extreme injustice’ holds that when the strictest justice is served, the strictest injustice is committed. Literal interpretation of the letter of the law can often remove context but this is how the Bolivian Trademark Office currently assesses evidence of use in cancellation matters.
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