trademarkMark shall mean a sign in the form of a picture, name, word, letters, figures, composition of colors, or a combination of said elements, having distinguishing features and used in the activities of trade in goods or services.

Marks as regulated under Indonesian Law shall include trade marks and service marks. The right to a mark is the exclusive right granted by the State to the owner of the mark which is registered in the General Register of Marks for a limited period, in which he shall himself use the mark or grant permission to another party to use it.

Trade Mark shall mean a mark that is used on goods traded by a person or by several persons jointly or a legal entity to distinguish the goods from other goods of the same kind.

Service Mark shall mean a mark that is used for services traded by a person or by several persons jointly or a legal entity to distinguish the services from other services of the same kind.

A mark shall not be registered if it contains one of the following elements:

  1. In contradiction with the prevailing rules and regulation, morality of religion, or public order;
  2. Has no distinguishing features;
  3. Has become public property; or
  4. Constitutes information or related to the goods or services for which registration is requested.