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Trademark protection in India: Border Measures Procedure

The Trade Marks Act 1999 provides that the proprietor or a licensee of a registered trademark may give notice in writing to the Commissioner of Customs to, prohibit the importation of any good if the import of the said good constitutes an infringement under the said Act.

What are the border measures for trademark protection in India?

The Indian Customs Act 1962 confers power on the Central Government to prohibit importation or exportation of goods that have applied a false trade-mark or a false trade description.

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