For questions which of the following principle is applicable to trademark from the below options
- A trademark should be capable of distinguishing goods or services
- A trademark should not cause confusion with previous trademarks
- A trademark should not be deceptive
- All of the above
What is a trademark:
A trademark is a sign capable of differentiating the goods or services of one enterprise from those of other enterprises. Trademarks are protected by intellectual property rights.
The copyright logo used is ©. Trademark is TM
A trademark is any word, name, symbol, design, image, sound, smell, or combination thereof that identifies and distinguishes a brand, product, service, or business from others. A trademark may be registered with the countries trade offices.
Trademarks are used to protect businesses from being confused with each other. If two companies sell the same products or services under different names, consumers might not know which company they’re buying from. This could lead to a poor customer experience.
For example, if I were selling a car, I would want to use the term “BMW” as my trademark. That way, people would know what kind of car they’re getting.
If someone else were selling BMWs, I wouldn’t want them to call theirs “BMW” either. They’d have to come up with something else.
So for the question below
Which of the following principle is applicable to trademark
Answer is : All of the Above