An objection raised under section 39 of the Trade Marks Act 1995 means that your trade mark incorporates a sign or signs that are prohibited to be used as trade marks.
IP Australia may reject a trade mark application if it contains or consists of any of the following:
To give you the best options in overcoming the objection, it’s best to submit an enquiry and we can give you advice relating specifically to your trade mark.
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