Connecticut Laws - Title 35 Trade Regulations, Trademarks And Collective And Certification Marks
CHAPTER 620 TRADE NAMES
Sec. 35-3. Use of word "banking" by bankers' associations.

CHAPTER 620a MARKS (9)(1-click HTML)

Sec. 35-3a. Registration; constructive notice of ownership. (10)(1-click HTML)

Registration of a mark pursuant to chapters 621a and 622a shall be constructive notice of the registrant's claim of ownership thereof. (11)

Sec. 35-3b. Certificate of registration, prima facie evidence. (12)(1-click HTML)

A certificate of registration of a mark pursuant to chapters 621a and 622a shall be prima facie evidence of the validity of the registration, the registrant's ownership of the mark, and the registrant's exclusive right to use the mark in commerce within the state of Connecticut in connection with the goods or services specified in the certificate, subject to any conditions and limitations stated therein. (13)

Sec. 35-3c. Forum for actions re registration. (14)(1-click HTML)

Actions to require cancellation of a mark registered pursuant to chapters 621a and 622a or in mandamus to compel registration of a mark pursuant to said chapter 621a shall be brought in the superior court for the judicial district of Hartford. In an action for cancellation, the Secretary of the State shall not be made a party to the proceeding but he shall be notified of the filing of the complaint by the clerk of the court in which it is filed and shall be given the right to intervene in the action. (15)

  

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