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 ## History and Source of Trade Mark Law ## History and Source of Trade Mark Law
  
-The origins of trade mark law can be traced back to medieval times when trader ​often used signs and symbols to direct customers to their goods within a market place. Some historians believe that the use of marks in trade can be traced back even further to ancient civilisations where these marks were used to identify the origins of goods and indicate attributes such as quality and ownership. ​+The origins of trade mark law can be traced back to medieval times when traders ​often used signs and symbols to direct customers to their goods within a market place. Some historians believe that the use of marks in trade can be traced back even further to ancient civilisations where these marks were used to identify the origins of goods and indicate attributes such as quality and ownership. ​
  
 In Australia, there are a number sources of trade mark law including: In Australia, there are a number sources of trade mark law including:
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-**Video overview by Dan Hunter on [The Need for the Trademark ​Law System](https://​youtu.be/​G073FK1BzAU?​list=PLL6gyWv948RXOCr_kz-bb-fNBHGonz7Ty).** ​+**Video overview by Dan Hunter on [The Need for the Trade Mark Law System](https://​youtu.be/​G073FK1BzAU?​list=PLL6gyWv948RXOCr_kz-bb-fNBHGonz7Ty).** ​
  
 ## Rationale for Protection ## Rationale for Protection
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 These elements will be outlined in more detail below. ​ These elements will be outlined in more detail below. ​
  
-**Video overview by Dan Hunter on [the definition ​of a trademark](https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=LjKF7UrbCDI&​index=2&​list=PLL6gyWv948RXOCr_kz-bb-fNBHGonz7Ty).**+**Video overview by Dan Hunter on [The Definition ​of a Trade Mark](https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=LjKF7UrbCDI&​index=2&​list=PLL6gyWv948RXOCr_kz-bb-fNBHGonz7Ty).**
  
  
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-**Video overview by Morgan Beames on [The Classification System for Trade Marks](youtube>OQKNDMjn89M)**+**Video overview by Morgan Beames on [The Classification System for Trade Marks](https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=OQKNDMjn89M)**
  
  
-**Video overview by Maddy Ryan on [The Classification System for Trade Marks](youtube>VUJxVWAMvIo)**+**Video overview by Maddy Ryan on [The Classification System for Trade Marks](https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=VUJxVWAMvIo)**
  
 ## Types of Trade Marks ## Types of Trade Marks
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 4.  **Certification trade mark**: A sign distinguishing goods or services in respect of origin, material, mode of manufacture,​ accuracy or some other characteristics. ​ For example *Woolmark*, *Heart Foundation Tick*, *Fresh Care*. ​ 4.  **Certification trade mark**: A sign distinguishing goods or services in respect of origin, material, mode of manufacture,​ accuracy or some other characteristics. ​ For example *Woolmark*, *Heart Foundation Tick*, *Fresh Care*. ​
  
-**Video overview by Luke Chandler on [Defensive Trade Marks](youtube>​xfb8qqBdzp0?small)**+**Video overview by Luke Chandler on [Defensive Trade Marks](https://​www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfb8qqBdzp0)**
  
 **Video overview by Ethan McCann on [Certification Marks](https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=XhrvRSXeq2U)** **Video overview by Ethan McCann on [Certification Marks](https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=XhrvRSXeq2U)**
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 ### Colour ### Colour
  
-Colour is an important element to brands. The colour often acts as a visual symbol provoking memories and attachment. Colour is expressly listed as able to constitute a sign. ((s 6)) +Colour is an important element to brands. The colour often acts as a visual symbol provoking memories and attachment. Colour is expressly listed as able to constitute a sign. ((//​TMA// ​s 6)) 
  
 The legal requirements for colours to be trade marks are The legal requirements for colours to be trade marks are
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