On what grounds can a trademark be objected or refused in Brazil?

A trademark is likely to be objected in Brazil, if they are:

Descriptive and generic marks which designate the character of goods and services of the proprietor;

Marks that are identical or similar and intended to identify similar or related goods and services which may cause confusion or association with the other person’s mark.

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