Trademark Ownership of the Store between the Seller for the Buyer: A Comparative Study
This study aims to shed the light on the trademark as one of the moral elements that promote in the commercial store and the extent of the ownership of that mark between the store vendor, who did not mention it during the sale of the trademark, and the purchaser (the new owner), who considered the trademark is an integral part of the sale process, leading the purchaser to use such a trademark. Moreover, the study highlights and addresses the arguments and evidences that support the view of each party in terms of the ownership of the trademark. This article is divided into two main chapters and four sections. Finally, the study concludes that there is a need for legal amendments to resolve this dilemma.
Alatine, Omar Falah
"Trademark Ownership of the Store between the Seller for the Buyer: A Comparative Study,"
UAEU Law Journal: Vol. 2015:
61, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2015/iss61/2