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Whether the word "safari" alone can be validly registered as a trademark?

Whether summary judgements may be granted on the Defendant's use of the word "safari"?


The Doctrine of Trademark Incapacity states that a word that was once generic is denied trademark protection, even in the case that consumers see the word or term as a source signifying the said trademark. This Doctrine is put in place in order to avoid unnecessary and illogical trademarks.

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