The Internal Trade Development Authority of the Ministry of Supply sent a new shock to Zamalek Club about the “white” desire to register the trademark in the name of the True Century Club, after the device confirmed that the traditional domestic rival has owned the rights to the trademark Club Century since 2007.
Today, Saturday, the Internal Trade Development Authority of the Ministry of Supply issued an official statement regarding the registration of the trademark of Al-Zamalek and Al-Ahly Club, according to Al-Masry Al-Youm newspaper.
He mentioned that the registration and protection of trademarks is one of the most important roles of the Central Department for Trademarks and Industrial Models of the Internal Trade Development Authority, one of the agencies of the Ministry of Supply and Internal Trade, which is concerned with registering (trademarks, industrial models, geographical indications), and with regard to the registration of trademarks related to clubs For sports related to obtaining the honors degrees required for registration, the applicant must submit proof of obtaining it from the donor in order to be able to proceed with its registration procedures.
He added: “In this context, Al-Ahly Sports Club submitted the first application for registration of the club’s logo in 1999, which is (the words of the Al-Ahly club are mediated by an eagle), but they were written off due to lack of renewal in the legally specified period, and after that they submitted several other requests to register the same logo on different categories. .
He continued: In 2007, he submitted a new registration request for the club’s slogan, “Al-Ahly 1907 Club of the Century”, with a fee for the Al-Ahly club shield mediated by an eagle, after he officially won this title in 2001 and the registration request was accepted after completing all the above-mentioned procedures and all marks are registered and renewed. It has legal protection to date.
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