In Australia, a trademark can be refused on several grounds including:

– where the trademark conflicts with another registered trademark;

– where the trademark is misleading or likely to cause confusion;

– where the trademark is scandalous (containing obscenity or offensive material);

– where the trademark is not capable of distinguishing your product or service.

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