Trade Marks Act
(CHAPTER 332, Section 108)
Trade Marks (Border Enforcement Measures) Rules
G.N. No. S 5/1999
REVISED EDITION 2001
(31st January 2001)
[15th January 1999]
2. For the purposes of these Rules, “authorised officer” and “Director-General” have the same meanings as in section 81 of the Act.
—(1) A notice to the Director-General under section 82(1) of the Act shall be in the form set out in the Schedule.
(2) The notice shall be accompanied by —
a statutory declaration that the particulars in the notice are true;
a fee of $200;
evidence that the registration of the registered trade mark was duly renewed at all times; and
where the notice is given by a person as agent for the proprietor or licensee of the registered trade mark (whichever is appropriate), evidence of the authority of the person giving the notice.
(3) The proprietor or licensee of the registered trade mark may appoint another person to act as his agent for the purpose of giving the notice.
4. A notice to the Director-General under section 82(1) of the Act shall be delivered to the Customs and Excise Department —
during such time as the office of the Customs and Excise Department is open for business; and
at such time as is reasonably possible for an authorised officer to take any action under the Act in relation to the notice.
6. A person who has given a notice to the Director-General shall notify the Director-General in writing of any change in the particulars specified in the notice or affecting the notice within 7 days of the change and further notice shall be given as the Director-General may require.