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An applicant can apply to the registrar of trademarks to register a trademark under the provisions of the Trademarks Act 1999. The applicant must file for registration at the Trademarks Registry within whose territorial limits the applicant has its principal place of business or address for service. The registry then examines the application to evaluate its compliance with the requirements of the Trademarks Act.


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