By King & Wood’s Trademark Group
Whether revocation of the certificate of incorporation will result in deprivation of the capacity of trademark owners as well as the trademark rights depends on the nature of the trademark owners.
The term "trademark owners" refer to any individuals, legal entities or other organizations that enjoy trademark rights under the law. Trademark owners include original owners and their successors. According to Article 9 of the amended PRC Trademark Law, the eligible trademark applicants are defined as enterprises, institutions, social organizations, privately or individually-owned businesses, individual partnerships, foreign individuals and foreign enterprises.
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