Commonwealth Consolidated Regulations

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    In this Part:

"application for removal" means an application for removal of a trade mark from the Register.

"notice of intention to defend" means a notice filed under regulation   9.15.

"notice of opposition" means a notice of opposition under section   96 of the Act.

"opponent" means a person who files:

  (a)   a notice of intention to oppose; and

  (b)   a statement of grounds and particulars.

"party" means an applicant or opponent.

"statement of grounds and particulars" means a statement by an opponent that sets out:

  (a)   the grounds for removal that the opponent intends to rebut; and

  (b)   the facts and circumstances that form the basis for the opposition to the removal.

Note:   The following terms are defined in section   6 of the Act:

(a)   applicant;

(b)   approved form;

(c)   employee;

(d)   file;

(e)   month;

(f)   person.

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