(1) Subject to subregulation (2) and regulation 17A.46, a prescribed court may, on the application of the Registrar or an aggrieved person, order that:
(a) the protection extended to a protected international trade mark cease; or
(b) an entry wrongly made or remaining in the Record of International Registrations be removed or amended; or
(c) a condition or limitation affecting the protection of a protected international trade mark be entered in the Record of International Registrations.
(2) An application under this regulation may be made on any of the following grounds:
(a) any of the grounds on which the extension of protection could have been opposed under regulation 17A.34;
(b) because of circumstances applying when the application under this regulation is filed, the use of the trade mark is likely to deceive or cause confusion;
(c) for a certification trade mark--the ground in section 177 of the Act as applied by regulation 17A.50;
(d) if the application is in respect of an entry in the Record of International Registrations, the entry was made, or has been amended, as a result of fraud, false suggestion or misrepresentation.
(e) because the Registrar wrongfully made a declaration under subregulation 17A.35B(3) or 17A.41A(3).