An objection raised under section 43 of the Trade Marks Act 1995 means that IP Australia believes that your goods or services are likely to deceive or cause confusion in the marketplace.
It could be possible to overcome the objection by amending your specification of goods and/or services so it covers only the goods or services which IP Australia do not believe are deceptive or confusing.
We can give you specific advice on overcoming the objection so feel free to submit a query.
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