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 ## Introduction to Trade Marks ## Introduction to Trade Marks
  
-As noted above, trade mark law is governed by the //Trade Marks Act 1995// (Cth) (//TMA//). Trade mark protect ​gives the registered owner the exclusive right to use the trade mark or authorise another person to use the trade mark in relation to the goods or services in which it is registered. These exclusive rights include the right to obtain relief if the trade mark has been infringed. ((//TMA// s 20)) Trade mark law overcomes some of the limitations of passing off. +As noted above, trade mark law is governed by the //Trade Marks Act 1995// (Cth) (//TMA//). Trade mark protection ​gives the registered owner the exclusive right to use the trade mark or authorise another person to use the trade mark in relation to the goods or services in which it is registered. These exclusive rights include the right to obtain relief if the trade mark has been infringed. ((//TMA// s 20)) Trade mark law overcomes some of the limitations of passing off. 
  
  
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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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