Trademark registration in Thailand is governedby the Trademark Act BE 2534 (1991) and itssubsequent amendment, which came intoforce on June 30 2000. The act provides theowner of a registered trademark with theexclusive right to use the mark in the courseof trade. In addition to these specific laws, thePenal Code, the Civil and Commercial Code,the Consumer Protection Act and variousministerial regulations are also essential inenforcing trademark rights. These statutes allowthe owner of a registered trademark to takelegal action against infringements and/or claimredress damages.


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