—(1) Where an application for registration of a trade mark made under the repealed Trade Marks Act (Cap. 332, 1992 Ed.) is advertised on or after 15th January 1999, the period within which a notice of opposition to the registration may be filed shall not exceed 4 months from the date of advertisement, and such period shall not be extended.
(2) The period within which a counter-statement to the notice of opposition referred to in paragraph (1) may be filed shall not exceed 4 months from the date of the Registrar’s letter forwarding the copy of the notice of opposition, and such period shall not be extended.
Notice under paragraph 11 of Third Schedule to Act
88. [Deleted by S 370/2004]
89. Except as provided by rule 87, where —
immediately before 15th January 1999, any time or period prescribed by the revoked Trade Marks Rules (R 1, 1990 Ed.) has effect in relation to any act or proceeding and has not expired; and
the corresponding time or period prescribed by these Rules would have expired or would expire earlier,
the time or period prescribed by the revoked Rules, and not by these Rules, shall apply to that act or proceeding, and such time or period may be extended by the Registrar by such period and upon such terms as the Registrar considers fit.