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Trademarks
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Legal framework
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What is the statutory or other source of trademark rights?
Thailand

Answer ... The main legislation relating to trademark protection is the Trademark Act (BE 2534), as amended by the Trademark Act (No 2) (BE 2543) and the Trademark Act (No 3) (BE 2559).

For more information about this answer please contact: Franck Fougere from Ananda Intellectual Property
1.2
How do trademark rights arise (ie, through use or registration)?
Thailand

Answer ... Trademark rights arise through registration in Thailand.

For more information about this answer please contact: Franck Fougere from Ananda Intellectual Property
1.3
What is the statutory or other source of the trademark registration scheme?
Thailand

Answer ... The Trademark Act is supplemented by regulations and by the Penal Code and the Civil and Commercial Code, in particular regarding trademark enforcement and penalties.

For more information about this answer please contact: Franck Fougere from Ananda Intellectual Property
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