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Results: 4 Answers
Trademarks
9.
Licensing
9.1
Are there particular requirements, such as quality control by the licensor, for a trademark licence to be valid?
 
Bolivia
There are few provisions in law regarding the licensing of a mark and no particular requirements relating to issues such as quality control. The sole specific requirement is that the licence be executed in writing and recorded with National Intellectual Property Service (SENAPI). If it is not recorded, it will have no effect in relation to third parties.

For more information about this answer please contact: Juan Zapata from Bolet & Terrero
9.2
Must trademark licences be recorded with the trademark office or other governing body?
 
Bolivia
Trademark licences must be recorded before SENAPI to have effect in relation to third parties.

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9.3
Can a licensor lose its rights in a trademark by failing to comply with its obligations under the licence, such as maintaining quality control?
 
Bolivia
A licensor cannot lose its rights in a trademark by failing to comply with its obligations under the licence. The terms and conditions of the licensing agreement will govern the obligations of the parties and the specifications contained therein will apply to the licensing relationship.

For more information about this answer please contact: Juan Zapata from Bolet & Terrero