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Particulars to be entered in the Register

    For the purposes of paragraph   69(2)(c) of the Act (which deals with particulars), the following other particulars of a trade mark must be entered in the Register:

  (a)   if the trade mark is registered as a certification trade mark, a collective trade mark or a defensive trade mark--an indication to that effect;

  (b)   the date of the registration;

  (c)   the date on which the Registrar enters the particulars of the registration in the Register under subsection   69(1) of the Act;

  (d)   the particulars of any right of priority claimed under section   29 of the Act;

  (e)   the filing date of the parent application on which any divisional application is based;

  (f)   any number allocated to the parent application for registration of the trade mark;

  (g)   the class numbers of the goods and/or services in respect of which the trade mark is registered;

  (h)   the address of the owner of the trade mark;

  (i)   any other particulars relating to the trade mark that the Registrar reasonably believes to be appropriate.

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