Examples of Registered Trade in a sentence
Manufacturer’s name or Registered Trade Mark of manufacturer, if any.
Since September 2011, the country has been divided into 30 regions and 14 districts (of which 2 are autonomous).ministries' budgets to departments and municipalities began in 2003.
For example, increased trade with Argentina allows the strengthening of infrastructural ties, reduces border tensions, strengthens tourism, etc.
I/We* hereby declare and confirm that I am/we are* the Registered Trade Mark owner of the following Singapore Registered Trade Mark(s) which I/we* seek to rely upon as Qualifying Trade Mark(s) in my/our* claim to priority for the PDN Application: Singapore Trade Mark Registration NumberCharacters comprised in Trade Mark Please attach a copy of the trade mark registration certificate for each mark listed above and state the number of sheets of such documents submitted here: 2.
A Registered Trade Mark Holder who is the registered proprietor in Singapore of one or more Qualifying Trade Mark(s)1 identical to the letter of the SCDN or the number of the NDN can claim priority for application.
In the case of Municipal Councils, Commercial and Industrial bodies, Registered Trade Unions and Co-operative Societies, specified in clauses (xii), (xiii), (xiv) and (xv) after each nomination has been scrutinised a voting paper together with a smaller cover and a bigger cover bearing a certificate of identity shall be sent by the Registrar by post to each of the said bodies for recording of their votes.
Registration of Trade Union and Cancellation of Trade Union, Duties and Liabilities of Registered Trade Union, Regulations andPenalties.5Total60 Text Book:1.
The electoral rolls of the Registered Trade Unions shall include only the registered trade unions in the University area which have a membership of over 2000 as on the first day of May of the year succeeding the Calendar year to which the Returns relate under the Kerala Trade Union Regulations for the time being in force.
The Certification Symbol is a Registered Trade Mark of the Responsible Investment Association Australasia (RIAA).
For the purposes of this Section 17, the Operator may treat any Participant who has Executed a Transaction or submitted it for registration as a Registered Trade as a counterparty to that Transaction, whether or not the Participant has notified the Operator that it has Executed or submitted that Transaction for another person.