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Importance of Trademarks

A trade mark can also be said to be a recognisable sign, design, expression, figure, letter or word that is used by a manufacturer of a certain product or good in order to identify and give it a difference from other goods manufactured from other different manufacturers. Trade mark law is a policy that produces terms and conditions plus rules and regulations which are very essential in helping the business owners, companies and organisations in the process of coming up with ways to produce the logos, names, phrases and other signs in the identification of their goods and services in order to reduce the number of disputes between the business owners, the organisation and companies which may arise from them having same logos that identify their products.

In order to have business running smoothly in any market place, there has to be trade mark laws in order to ensure that there is fair competition between the business owners and companies.

There are benefits that are incurred as a result of having trade mark law and some of these benefits that come from having trade mark law includes the following. First of all, trade mark law helps in the promotion of peace in the society.

With trade mark laws put in place or in action, other companies, business owners, manufacturers and organisations are prevented or prohibited from using the logo of other different manufactures ,companies, or businesses in the promotion of their products and services and as a result it ensures that every manufacturer just uses their logo, name or phrase for identifications hence fair competition in trade.

The trade mark law is very important because it helps consumers to have the products and services which they normally use protected and thus they have to stick to the products and services without getting worried that anything might change concerning the product or service in any circumstance

Some businesses, companies or organisations may be tempted or some of them do it intentionally to alter the quality to the reputation of a distinctive trade mark of a product or service then uses the same logo, design or phrase that the original producer or manufacturer of the same product or service uses in order to spoil the market of the product or service in the market place so that the consumers can switch to the products and services of the manufacturer who tempered with the other party’s products which is why trade mark law is there to prevent such case from happening thus ensuring there is fair trade without any confusions.

Another way in which trade mark law is very important is that it enables the trademark managers and administrators to develop goodwill for their products and services on the market which is an advantage that the trademark managers gain from having the trade mark law to put into place certain rules and regulations which ensures that this happens.

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