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Hampshire, United Kingdom

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Trade marks

A registered trade mark is a property right granted by the state. 

The trade mark is registered by the proprietor in respect of particular goods and/or services and enables the proprietor to prevent unauthorised use of the mark, or a similar mark, in respect of those goods/services or similar goods/services. 

The registration also gives the proprietor the right to use the mark themselves in relation to those goods/services (provided that the registration is not subsequently declared invalid).