ERITREA

Legal provisions for trademark protection are nonexistent in Eritrea. Enough public recognition is required to obtain trademark protection.

 

Trademark Duration

Eritrea has a trademark law, hence the only method to protect trademarks is through common law, which entails publishing a warning in the country’s most popular newspaper. As a result, there is no clause regarding mark renewal. Nonetheless, it is advised that the warning notice(s) be issued again every two to three years.

Legal provisions for trademark protection are nonexistent in Eritrea. Enough public recognition is required to obtain trademark protection.

 

Trademark Duration

Eritrea has a trademark law, hence the only method to protect trademarks is through common law, which entails publishing a warning in the country’s most popular newspaper. As a result, there is no clause regarding mark renewal. Nonetheless, it is advised that the warning notice(s) be issued again every two to three years.

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