Revisiting the historical origins of the Jordanian trademark system: the UK legacy
作者: Mohammad Amin Naser
作者单位: 1Associate Professor of Commercial Law & Intellectual Property at the Faculty of Law, The University of Jordan
刊名: Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property, 2017, Vol.7 (2), pp.211-225
来源数据库: Edward Elgar Publishing
DOI: 10.4337/qmjip.2017.02.04
关键词: historyoriginsJordanian Trademarks LawUK Trade Marks Actpassing offregistrationmisconceptions
原始语种摘要: The history of a legal text is valuable in order to understand the law as it stands today and how it should be in the future. When it comes to the history of the protection of trademarks, one should not deny the role of British courts in establishing such a protection; at a later stage the registration system evolved. In Jordan, which was a British protectorate under mandate, the historical source of the Trademarks Law lies in the UK Trade Marks Act. This article argues and proves that the detachment of the Jordanian Trademarks Law from its historical context led to many misconceptions in terms of interpreting and applying the law. Ultimately, the paper concludes that having a solid system for the protection of trademarks depends on the lessons that history dictates.
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  • historical 历史的
  • system 
  • trademark 商标
  • valuable 宝贵的
  • history 历史
  • protection 保护
  • British 不列颠的
  • protectorate 保护国
  • registration 记录
  • understand 理解