Long Title

Part I PRELIMINARY

Part II REGISTRATION OF TRADE MARKS

Introductory

Application for registration of trade mark

Grounds for refusal of registration

Priority

Registration procedure

Series of trade marks

Duration, renewal and alteration of registered trade mark

Cancellation, revocation and invalidity

Miscellaneous

Part III RIGHTS AND REMEDIES OF PROPRIETOR OF REGISTERED TRADE MARK

Rights of proprietor of registered trade mark

Infringement proceedings

Part IV REGISTERED TRADE MARK AS OBJECT OF PROPERTY

Part V LICENSING

Part VI OFFENCES

Part VII INTERNATIONAL MATTERS

The Madrid Protocol, etc.

The Paris Convention, the TRIPS Agreement and well known trade marks: supplementary provisions

Part VIII COLLECTIVE MARKS AND CERTIFICATION MARKS

Part IX ADMINISTRATIVE AND OTHER SUPPLEMENTARY PROVISIONS

The Registrar

The Register

Powers and duties of Registrar

Forms, fees, hours of business and publication

Trade mark agents

Part X ASSISTANCE BY BORDER AUTHORITIES

Border enforcement measures

Powers of search

Part XI MISCELLANEOUS AND GENERAL PROVISIONS

FIRST SCHEDULE Collective Marks

SECOND SCHEDULE Certification Marks

THIRD SCHEDULE Transitional Provisions

Legislative Source Key

Legislative History

Comparative Table

The Madrid Protocol, etc.
Power to make provision giving effect to Madrid Protocol, etc.
54.
—(1)  The Minister may make rules to give effect in Singapore to the provisions of the Madrid Protocol or of any treaty, convention, arrangement or engagement relating to trade marks to which Singapore is a party.
(2)  Rules may, in particular, be made to provide for —
(a)
the making of applications for international registrations by way of the Registry as office of origin;
(b)
the procedures to be followed where the basic Singapore application or registration fails or ceases to be in force;
(c)
the procedures to be followed where the Registry receives from the International Bureau or any body specified in the rules a request for extension of protection to Singapore;
(d)
the effects of a successful request for extension of protection to Singapore;
(e)
the transformation of an application for an international registration, or an international registration, into a national application for registration;
(f)
the communication of information to the International Bureau; and
(g)
the payment of fees and amounts prescribed in respect of applications for international registrations, extensions of protection and renewals.
(3)  Provision may also be made in the rules to apply in relation to an international trade mark (Singapore) the provisions of section 35 and Parts VI and X.