ZAMBIA

  • A plain, signed Power of Attorney
  • Details about the candidate: full name, postal address, place of incorporation, and nationality Use of the trademark(s) in representation
  • A catalogue of goods and/or services
  • A priority-certified copy of the document (where applicable). In the event that their rights are recognized, overseas petitioners often raise priority claims, even if Namibian substantive law forbids them.

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A simple Power of Attorney that is signed

Candidate information: complete name, mailing address, place of incorporation, and nationality Using a trademark or trademarks in a depiction.

An inventory of products and/or services a priority-certified copy of the paperwork (where relevant). Even when Namibian substantive law prohibits them, foreign petitioners frequently assert priority claims in the event that their rights are acknowledged.

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