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Trustico® Trademark Usage
Trustico® Online Limited has been granted the usage of the Trustico® Registered Trademark under licenced agreement. There is an agreement in place for the usage of (but not limited to) the following Trademarks :
|European Union Trademark||United States Trademark|
|International Registration No. 1064226||Trademark No. 3529780|
|Australian Trademark||Australian Trademark|
|Trademark No. 1175845||Trademark No. 1361635|
|Australian Trademark||New Zealand Trademark|
|Trademark No. 1361636||Trademark No. 824767|
|New Zealand Trademark||New Zealand Trademark|
|Trademark No. 824768||Trademark No. 824769|
|United States Trademark||Canadian Trademark|
|Trademark Application No. 79092263||Trademark No. TMA809453|
|International Registration No. 1064226|
What Is A Registered Trademark
A trademark is an indicator used by an individual, business or other legal entity to identify that the products or services to which the trademark applies; originate from a unique source. This enables consumers to recognise the goods or services originate from a particular company and assures that the trademark owner (and not an imitative competitor) lawfully reaps the rewards associated with the products or services to which the trademark applies.
A trademark is any word, logo, slogan, name, symbol, package design or device (including any combination of these) that identifies and distinguishes the source of the products or services of one entity from those of others. A registered trademark which is published by the appropriate country or international trademark office includes a representation of the mark and a listing of the goods or services that are covered by the registration.
A registered trademark is legally enforceable and gives the individual, business or legal entity exclusive rights to commercially use, licence or sell the trademark for the goods and services that it is registered under. The owner of a registered trademark may commence legal proceedings for trademark infringement in cases where there has been unauthorised use of the trademark.