International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

Trademark in the Jordanian Legislations : Its Nature, What Rights Resulted from it, and Its Legal Protection
Dr Mueen Fandi Nhar Alshunnaq, Dr : Farouq Ahmad Faleh Al Azzam

The development of societies and their progress in various fields increase the importance of a trademark where its role appears more in the systems in which the economic freedom of individuals is granted. Innovation and legitimate competition are the basis of economic and commercial progress. They are considered the factors of the economic growth of the state in the presence of a strong and integrated legal system that granted protection for economic projects from the risk of imitation. Trademarks are considered a means of guarantees for both the producer and the consumer at the same time, because it prevents the mixing of certain products with similar products bearing another mark. It also creates confidence in certain products when they bear a reliable mark. Another point is that. Trademarks prevent the appearance of similar goods that are used by other producers to introduce their own products. Additionally ,trademarks play an important role for the manufacturer, trader and service provider as a means of influencing consumers and guaranteeing them to be distinguished from others in the field of dealings . The purpose of this research is to identify the nature of the trademark in the Jordanian legislations to determine its importance, explain the legal protection of the trademark, As well as the rights arising therefrom in accordance with Jordanian legislation.

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