- Generic terms;
- Names, symbols, flags or of states, regions, nations, or of international organizations;
- Any marks or signs that are contrary to Australia’s moral standards and/or public order;
- Sufficient evidence that you are exclusively using the mark in Australia prior to date of application.;
- Non-distinctive trademarks;
- Marks that function primarily as surnames. You can have it registered as long as you can demonstrate that it has capability of becoming distinct;
- Marks that function primarily as geographical names or locations. It can be registered as long as you can demonstrate its capability of becoming distinct.
What type of trademarks are not registrable?
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