Abad Elrazak Abido is the owner of a registered trademark number 244831 for Pama, for shoes. He wishes to transfer ownership to a limited company: Pama Shoe Manufacturers LTD and to a partnership called Pama Porza, and submitted a request for transfer of ownership signed by him and the company.
This is actually the second attempt to transfer ownership, where the first attempt was dismissed on procedural grounds. Following that first attempt, an appeal was filed to the District Court. This appeal is pending, but meanwhile the owner has again submitted a request to transfer the mark and the present ruling relates to this request.
Section 48a of the Trademark Ordinance 1972 allows both pending and issued marks to be transferred from one owner to another, but gives the commissioner the right to refuse to register the transfer of ownership if it appears to be likely to confuse the public as…
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