—(1) There shall be entered in the register in respect of each registered trade mark the following particulars:
the date of the filing of the application for registration;
the actual date of registration, that is, the date of the entry in the register;
the name and address of the proprietor;
the address for service;
any disclaimer or limitation of rights notified to the Registrar under rule 43;
any memorandum or statement of the effect of any memorandum relating to a trade mark of which the Registrar has been notified on Form TM 46;
the goods or services in respect of which the trade mark is registered;
where the trade mark is a collective mark or certification mark, that fact;
where the trade mark is registered with the consent of the proprietor of an earlier trade mark or other earlier right, that fact; and
where the trade mark is registered pursuant to a transformation application, the number of the corresponding international registration and —
the date of that international registration in accordance with Article 3(4) of the Madrid Protocol; or
where the request for extension of protection to Singapore was made subsequent to that international registration, the date of recordal of that request in accordance with Article 3ter (2) of the Madrid Protocol.
(2) In this rule —
“corresponding international registration”, in relation to a transformation application, means the international registration referred to in rule 24(1) of the Trade Marks (International Registration) Rules (R 3);
“international registration” has the same meaning as in the Trade Marks (International Registration) Rules;
43. Where the applicant for registration of a trade mark by notice in writing sent to the Registrar, or the proprietor of a registered trade mark by Form TM 33 filed with the Registrar —
disclaims any right to the exclusive use of any specified element of the trade mark; or
agrees that the rights conferred by the registration shall be subject to a specified territorial or other limitation,
the Registrar shall make the appropriate entry in the register and publish such disclaimer or limitation.
—(1) An application by —
the proprietor of a registered trade mark;
a licensee of a registered trade mark; or
any person having an interest in or charge on a registered trade mark registered under rule 55,
to change his name or address appearing in the register shall be filed with the Registrar on Form TM 26.
(2) [Deleted by S 370/2004]
(3) [Deleted by S 370/2004]
45. If an applicant for the registration of a trade mark dies after the date of his application and before the date the trade mark is entered in the register, the Registrar —
after the expiration of the time referred to in rule 29 to file a notice of opposition (including any extension of such time); or
after the determination of any opposition to the registration,
may, on being satisfied that the applicant is dead, enter in the register, in place of the name of the deceased applicant, the name, address and other particulars of the person owning the trade mark, on such ownership being proved to the satisfaction of the Registrar.
—(1) Before removing from the register any matter which appears to the Registrar to have ceased to have effect, the Registrar —
may, if he considers it appropriate, publish his intention to remove that matter; and
shall send notice of such intention to any person who appears to him to be likely to be affected by the removal.
(2) Within 2 months from the date on which his intention to remove the matter is published under paragraph (1)(a), any person may file with the Registrar a notice of opposition to the removal in Form TM 11.
(3) Within 2 months from the date on which notice of his intention to remove the matter is sent to any person under paragraph (1)(b), that person may file with the Registrar a notice of opposition to the removal in Form TM 11.
(4) If the Registrar is satisfied after considering any opposition to the removal that the matter has not ceased to have effect, he shall not remove it.
(5) Where there has been no response to the Registrar’s publication or notice, he may remove the matter.
(6) If the Registrar is satisfied after considering any opposition to the removal that the entry or any part thereof has ceased to have effect, he shall remove the entry or that part of the entry, as the case may be.
—(1) Where the Court has certified, in accordance with section 102 of the Act, that a registered trade mark has been validly registered, the proprietor of the registered trade mark may request the Registrar on Form TM 34 to add to the entry in the register a note that a certificate of validity has been granted in the course of the proceedings named in the form.
(2) A copy of the certificate shall be sent with the request, and the Registrar shall so note in the register and publish the note in the Trade Marks Journal.