The rights deriving from a trademark registration give its owner the exclusive right to exploit it, preventing others without its consent from using identical or similar signs to the registered trademark for identical or similar products or services, if there is a likelihood of confusion between marks.

The rights conferred by the registration of a trademark are limited within the specific territory/ies in which it is registered and for the products and/or services for which it is registered, with the exception of marks enjoying reputation which may have wider protection.

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