3. Each contracting party must provide that the holder of a registered trademark has the exclusive right to prevent all third parties who do not have the consent of the owners from using identical or similar signs, including geographical indications, for goods or services related to the property or services for which the owner`s trademark is registered during trade. such use would lead to a risk of confusion. The use of an identical symbol, including a geographical indication, for identical products or services is presumed to be a risk of confusion. 8. If the parties agree that an issue that arises under this chapter is dealt with more appropriately under another agreement to which the parties are a part, they refer the appropriate measures to the issue in accordance with this agreement. (b) on which the hedged investment or investor is based for the creation or acquisition of a covered facility other than the written agreement itself; (a) on written request from the importing party, the exporting party conducts a review to allow the importing party to make the finding in paragraph 3, points (a) or (b), regardless of whether or not an importer seeks preferential tariff treatment for a textile or garment product that was originally subject to duty. 5 The contracting parties are aware that such a requirement could result in undue delay for the purposes of paragraph 3, where a covered agreement requires an out-of-court decision. (a) Each contracting party provides that any registration or publication relating to an application or trademark registration and indicating the products or services with their common names, grouped according to the classification classes established by the Nice Convention on the International Classification of Goods and Services for Trademark Registration (1979). revised and amended (Nice classification). 20. Each contracting party provides that any holder of the right who initiates proceedings by which its competent authorities suspend the free practice of counterfeit or confusing trademarked or counterfeit intellectual property21 are required to provide the competent authorities with sufficient evidence that there is a violation of the ip owner under the law of the country of import and to provide sufficient information that is relevant to the law of the ip owner.
reasonably within the law. Rights holders know that the suspect products are properly identifiable by the relevant authorities.