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A proprietor of registered trademark is entitled to use the trademark, either himself or through the registered user or a common law licensee. The use of registered trade mark made by the registered user or a common law licensee is deemed to be the use of the mark made by the registered proprietor for the purposes of use as may be relevant under the provisions of the Act. In the repealed Act of 1958, it was only the use made by the registered user, which was considered to be the user of the registered proprietor. The Legislature while enacting The Trade Marks Act, 1999 has also afforded recognition to the use made by a common law licensee as the use made by registered proprietor himself.
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