Publications

GENERAL OVERVIEW AND DIRECTION OF PRODUCTS AND SERVICES IN TANZANIA MARKET: REMARKS ON TANZANIA INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY JOURNALS

Introduction.
On June 14, 1999 Tanzania adopted the Nice Agreement 1957 which provides for the International classification of Goods and Services (Nice Classification) for the purposes of registration of Marks.

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REPORT ON THE TANZANIA PATENT, TRADEMARK & SERVICEMARK JOURNAL dated 15TH April, 2021. BY BRELA.

TOTAL MARKS PUBLISHED
• There is a total 271 marks published In the BRELA JOURNAL dated 15TH APRIL, 2021.
• From the marks, there is a total of 194 Classes for trademarks & 77 classes for service marks.

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DEVELOPMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PRINCIPLE IN TANZANIA: A LESSON IN JC DECAUX SA CASE.

As the time goes on due to development and technology it has brought more changes and challenges in Intellectual property arena worldwide. Intellectual property in Tanzania like any other country in the world it is not a matter of universal jurisdiction but a matter of territorial jurisdiction.

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IN THE HIGH COURT OF TANZANIA {COMMERCIAL DIVISION} AT DARE ES SALAAM COMMERCIAL CASE NO. 155 OF 2018

JC DECAUX SA (1 ST PLAINTIFF), JC DECAUX TANZANIA LIMITED (2ND PLAINTIFF), VERSUS JP DECAUX TANZANIA LIMITED (DEFENDANT)

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ZANZIBAR REPORT SEPTEMBER 2020

There is a total 72 marks published on 01ST SEPTEMBER, 2020, In the BPRA JOURNAL dated 1st September, 2020. From the marks, there is a total of 49 classes for trademarks and 23 service marks.

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BRIEF SUMMARY ARTICLE ON THE ISSUING AND SERVCES OF SUMMONS TO THE OTHER PARTY IN CIVIL CASES

Generally, Summons can be defined as a call by an authority (i.e. court) to appear, come or do something.

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THE CONCEPT OF WELL-KNOWNMARK IN TANZANIA & ZANZIBAR

It is good to know at the outset that, there is no agreeable meaning of what is Well Known Marks in the world.

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CERTIFICATION MARK IN TANZANIA

In Tanzania, the certifying authority of certification mark is the National Bureau of Standards (TBS). The Bureau establishes a register for National Standards, standard marks, certification system and licenses into which all matters relating tostandards shall be entered.

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LEGALIZATION OF DOCUMENTS IN TANZANIA.

Under the laws, Legalization is the process of authenticating, attesting or certifying a legal document usually issued by a person’s national government (agency) to the person whether natural or legal person in-order for other agencies whether national or foreign legal system to recognize its validity or authenticity in the due course of administering service to the person.

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THE ELECTRONIC AND POSTAL COMMUNICATIONS REGULATIONS

The electronic and postal Communication (Sim CardsRegistration) Regulation GN. No. 112 of 2020 that became effective on 7th February 2020, imposes new regulation and procedures relating to sim cards registration in Tanzania.

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