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The process for acquiring protection of, and even incontestability for, a descriptive mark is consistent with the notice function of productive use because it signals the relative value that the mark owner, competitors, and the public place on respective uses of the mark.
Among the statutory requirements, the acknowledgment of Incontestability can only be obtained once the mark has been in continuous use in commerce for a period of five (5) years after the date of registration, or date of publication under u 12(c), and the mark is still in use in commerce.
Article 16 of the 2009 Amendment governs an insured's duty of disclosure and introduced several significant changes to the old law: (1) the scope of the duty, (2) elements of breach of the duty, (3) the incontestability provision, and (4) the return of premium after the rescission of contract.
112) The breadth of incontestability clause requirements depends on the
They refer, moreover, with the full rigidity of their apodictic certainty and incontestability to the reality of action as it appears in life and history.
They refer, moreover with the full rigidity of their apodictic certainty and incontestability to the reality of action as it appears in life and history.
Now is a good opportunity to visit with your client and review current coverage--but be careful when doing so, since they may lose their incontestability protection and be faced with new health issues that may have exclusions.
Further, since Ike is 78, because of the two-year incontestability provision, he would be 80 or more at the time of any potential sale.
Moreover, since Rayside does not devote much attention to methodological questions, the real significance of his book should be sought not in the rigorousness or incontestability of its explanations so much as in the important contribution it makes to deepening and expanding our understanding of the public recognition of sexual diversity.
Most life insurance policies include a number of incontestability clauses.
Nevertheless, on the other hand, it is precisely this lack of provability that also constitutes the strengths and the incontestability of the Kantian concept of freedom, or of what the idealistic tradition calls transcendental act.