“TYPES OF LEGAL PROTECTION OF A TRADEMARK (SERVICE MARK) IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES: THE EXAMPLE OF THE MADRID SYSTEM”

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Yuldashov Abdumumin Abdugopirovich

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The article examines the place of a trademark (service mark) in the economy, the importance of the Madrid Protocol regarding the ownership of a trademark, its registration abroad and advantages. The Madrid Agreement and the Madrid Protocol also include such important issues as the need to adopt these documents. The article also describes the procedure and practice of registering a trademark abroad through the Madrid system, and also provides statistics on trademarks that have been registered using this system in recent years on the example of countries and individual entities. Including the article also discusses warning signs aimed at preventing the use of trademarks without the permission of the copyright holder.

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