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Torsten Bettinger and Allegra Waddell

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780199663163

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2021

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780199663163.001.0001

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The Republic of Korea (‘.kr’)

The Republic of Korea (‘.kr’)

(p.757) The Republic of Korea (‘.kr’)
Domain Name Law And Practice

Ho-Hyun Nahm

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Trademark rights in Korea are based on registration. The Trademark Decree was promulgated in 1908 and the Trademark Act was firstly enacted and enforced on November 28, 1949. Since that time, the Trademark Act has been amended 39 times, with the most recent amendment on June 11, 2014 (this amendment took effect as of June 11, 2014). The Trademark Act is composed of ten chapters divided into General Provisions, Requirements and Application for Trademark Registration, Examination, Trademark Registration Fees and Trademark Registration, Trademark Rights, Protection of Owners of Trademark Rights, Trial, Retrial and Litigation, International Application under the Protocol, and Supplementary Provisions.

Keywords:   Hangeul.kr operating as second level, ICANN, IDRC, Joint Recommendation (WIPO/Paris Union), KDRP, KISA (registry), Mandatory Administrative Proceeding, TLDs (top-level domains), Trademark Act, UCPA (Unfair Competition Prevention and Trade Secret Protection Act), UDRP

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