Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Admitting of registration; that may or can be registered.

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  • adjective law In United States trademark law, capable of receiving trademark registration.

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Examples

  • Label registrations came to a complete halt, though the Copyright Office recognized in theory that artful enough labels were registrable.

    IPSC: Mixed IP

  • Label registrations came to a complete halt, though the Copyright Office recognized in theory that artful enough labels were registrable.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Trade-marks registrable on principal register; concurrent registration.

    Confessions of an Obamaniac in Canada : Law is Cool

  • The Party should set up an "Internal Elections" accounting unit under elections law and insist that relevant candidates report through that accounting unit rather than setting up a registrable donee unit.

    Labour Home -ideas on openess in elections

  • That *is* declared on the register of members' interests, but the dobations to pay for Osborne's staff are not registrable by Osborne, in just the same way that a manager in an organistion doesn't pay tax on the salaries paid to his staff.

    More Tory Funding Opacity: The Boy Mann Done Good

  • However, his registrable shareholdings include, or have included, mining companies, oil companies, and tax shelters.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • It seems he has registrable shareholdings in a gold mining and exploration company called Centamin Egypt.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • When the Electoral Commission records turnout, it is based on registered voters not registrable voters.

    Expats Voting - The Top 1%?

  • When the Electoral Commission records turnout, it is based on registered voters not registrable voters.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • The name "Cajun" is misleading, full stop, when applied to non-Louisiana food; contextual information on the package and buyer sophistication may prevent many purchasers from relying on this misleading name, but it seems unlikely that this is a federally registrable trademark.

    First Amendment prohibits regulation of misleading geographical indication

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