Trade-marks Regulations

Version of section 21 from 2006-03-22 to 2014-03-31:


 The Registrar shall, on written request and payment of the fee set out in item 19 of the schedule, enter on a list of trade-mark agents the name of

  • (a) any resident of Canada who has passed the qualifying examination relating to Canadian trade-mark law and practice, including the preparation and prosecution of applications for registration of trade-marks;

  • (b) any resident of Canada who is a barrister or solicitor entitled to practise as such in a province, or a notary entitled to practise as such in the Province of Quebec, who has

    • (i) passed the qualifying examination relating to trade-mark law and practice, or

    • (ii) worked in the area of trade-mark law, including the preparation and prosecution of applications for registration of trade-marks, for a period of not less than 24 months and who has submitted an affidavit or statutory declaration to that effect to the Registrar;

  • (c) a resident of any other country who is entitled to practise before the trade-marks office of that country; and

  • (d) any firm having the name of at least one of its members entered on the list as a trade-mark agent.

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