Brand in UK Law
- Brand's Estate Act 1806
- Annuity (Sir H. Brand), 1884
- REGULATIONS Dated AUGUST 20, 1919, Made by the BOARD OF AGRICULTURE AND FISHERIES UNDER THE HERRING FISHERY (BRANDING) ACT, 1913 (3 & 4 GEO. 5. C. 9), AS TO THE CONSTRUCTION, CAPACITY, AND CONDITION OF BARRELS AND HALF-BARRELS, AND THE QUALITY, CURING, SELECTION AND PACKING OF WHITE HERRINGS, INTENDED TO BE PRESENTED FOR THE OFFICIAL BRAND OR MARK (HEREINAFTER CALLED "THE BRAND"): AND THE INSPECTION, EXAMINATION, MARKING AND BRANDING OF BARRELS.
- REGULATIONS, Dated February 25, 1938, Made by the FISHERY BOARD FOR SCOTLAND AS TO THE CONSTRUCTION AND CAPACITY OF BARRELS AND HALF-BARRELS FILLED OR INTENDED TO BE FILLED WITH CURED WHITE HERRINGS; AND QUALITY, CURE, PACKING, &c., OF WHITE HERRINGS INTENDED FOR THE OFFICIAL CROWN BRAND.
The Public Interest Merger Reference (Perpetuus Advanced Materials plc) (Pre-emptive Action) Order 2021
......(a) the Perpetuus business is carried on separately from the Acquiring entities business and the Perpetuus business’s separate sales and brand identity is maintained;. (b) except in the ordinary course of business, course of business, no substantive changes are made to the organisational ......
Food Labelling Regulations 1996
...... “labelling”, in relation to a food, includes any words, particulars, trade mark, brand name, pictorial matter or symbol relating to the food and appearing on the packaging of the food or on any document, notice, label, ring or collar ......
Trade Marks Act 1905
......3 Definitions. . 3. In and for the purposes of this Act (unless the context otherwise requires):— . A ‘mark’ shall include a device, brand, heading, label, ticket, name, signature, word, letter, numeral, or any combination thereof: . A ‘trade mark’ shall mean a mark used or proposed ......
Food and Drugs (Adulteration) Act 1928
......with some extraneous matter in the process. of collection or preparation;. . . ( d . ) where the article being whisky, brandy, rum. or gin, is not adulterated otherwise than by. the admixture of water, and it is proved that. such admixture has not reduced the spirit more. ......
Trade Marks Act 1938
...... . . Provided that the foregoing provisions of this subsection. shall not have effect in relation to a word which. is used to denote only a brand or make of the element or. compound as made by the proprietor or a registered user. of the trade mark, as distinguished from the element or. compound ......
The National Health Service (Cross-Border Health Care) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2015
......(a) common name as defined by Article 1 of Directive 2001/83/EC;. (b) brand name if-. (i) the prescribed product is a biological medicinal product as referred to in point 18.104.22.168.(b) of Annex 1 (Part 1) to ......
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