Cease and Desist (Trademark Infringement)

Cease and Desist (Trademark Infringement)

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Last updated March 23, 2021
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This variation of a Cease and Desist Letter is a formal letter sent to an individual or business requesting they stop engaging in actions that infringe your trade mark rights. Customisable and ready to use in 5 minutes.

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Document Overview

This variation of a Cease and Desist Letter is specific to cases involving a trademark infringement. This letter is sent to an individual or business engaging in actions that infringe your trademark rights ( e.g. use of logo, brand name), and acts as a formal request that the recipient stop carrying out those actions.

Use this Cease and Desist (Trademark Infringement) if:

  • An individual or business is a trademark that is substantially identical or deceptively similar to yours;
  • An individual or business is using your trademark without your authority

What does the Cease and Desist (Trademark Infringement) cover?

  • An outline of your demand;
  • Ownership details of your trade mark;
  • Details of the infringement;
  • Your intention to take further legal action (if applicable).

Other names for Cease and Desist (Trademark Infringement) include:

  • Cease and Desist Letter;
  • Trademark infringement Cease and Desist Letter;
  • Trademark Cease and Desist Letter.

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