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Lebanon is a parliamentary republic and a civil law country. Its legal system is based on substantive and procedural codified laws. The main texts governing trademarks and service marks in Lebanon include the High French Commissioner’s Ordinance 2385/LR of January 17 1924 (Sections 68 to 88 and 105 to 110) and the Penal Code of February 27 1943 (Sections 701 to 721, which are consistent with Ordinance 2385/LR).


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