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By: Quick Off The Mark Trademarks  26-Mar-2014
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When you are registering a trademark in Australia, you must prepare and file an application form with IP Australia. The form must contain the following information: * Your personal details * A selection of goods and services classes that your trademark is used in association with * A copy and clear description of your trademark, particularly if the mark contains non-standard typeface, colours, or images When selecting from the 45 different goods and services classes, you must ensure that you identify the precise classes that you wish your registration to cover. Your registration will be limited to these classes: you cannot protect the goods or services bearing your mark if their classes are not covered by your registration. Be sure that you select only and all of the appropriate classes: you cannot add or remove classes from your application once it is filed. A Quick off the Mark trademark professional can assist you in preparing an accurate description of the appropriate classes.

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