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Based on the above, it is crucial for any party wanting to dispute a decision made by the Ministry of Business & Trade to prove his rights on a Trademark, to be aware that the Civil Division is the competent division regarding the Trademark dispute, not the Administrative Division of the Civil Court regarding any controversial decision issued by the Ministry of Business and Trade's Industrial Property Rights Office.
Characteristic of this period is the tendency administrative division of the communes and the promotion of new cities, political decisions have a great impact on urban development.
The decree endorses the administrative division for the Sultanate as per Annex 1 attached to the Decree.
Incidentally Jha, otherwise considered a capable officer, was posted earlier at the ministry's administrative division.
Fleming moves from the Community Impact Division to commanding the administrative division of the department.
Jermemy Smith describes the role of ethnicity in the creation of the administrative divisions of the RSFSR and the USSR from 1918 to 1925 and concludes, "the main principle behind the administrative division of Soviet space was that of nationality" (p.
This is to be achieved either by the free and fair choice of the people of Northern Ireland voting for unity in a referendum or, failing that, the administrative division of Cavan, Donegal and Monaghan into each of three counties, giving the Republic an extra six.
A taluk is an administrative division comprising several villages.
Nissho Iwai will also set up a new company in April by spinning off the administrative division at its parent firm, and transfer 440 of the 700 jobs slated to be cut to the new company, the sources said.
The Administrative Division Policy Committee's restructuring plans rely upon strong participation from our division leaders.
1988 -- Farwaniya Governorate was established in line with a resolution by His Highness the late Amir Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, amending a constitutional provision detailing Kuwait's administrative division.

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