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1. excess liquidity

2. uncalled

3. import licence

4. certificate of approval

5. electronic cheque

6. recoverable amount

7. safe deposit

8. quasi-loan

9. incentive bonus

10. Finnmark

11. industrial court

12. final demand

13. indirect taxation

14. Chartered Wealth Manager

15. cash up

16. Mutual savings bank

17. vesting day

18. annualised

19. minority shareholding

20. house journal

21. bounced check

22. member's agent

23. revalue

24. mixed

25. call-back pay

26. shell branch

27. consumer finance

28. increment

29. surveillance camera

30. magnetic character reading

31. sharp

32. statement

33. charitable giving

34. Sort Code

35. subprime loan

36. Unlisted Securities Market

37. import-export

38. inflation-proof

39. disk

40. paper gain

41. authorised dealer

42. receiving order

43. notional rent

44. high-risk investment

45. accumulated profit

46. fundamental research

47. associate bank

48. unfavourable

49. tax exemption

50. sea freight

51. securitise

52. tangible equity

53. jumpy

54. Bank of Central African States (BEAC)

55. forecaster

56. daily factor

57. indebted

58. preferential

59. feasibility report

60. readjust

61. target savings motive

62. Banker's acceptance

63. recurrent

64. pensionable age

65. International Labour Organization

66. secondment

67. afterdate

68. banking insurance fund

69. Madam Chairman

70. CMT Index

71. option to sell

72. competence framework

73. earnings cap

74. EEC

75. bid-offer spread

76. local call

77. falsify

78. workspace

79. chargee

80. recycle

81. sales executive

82. bank reconciliation

83. compensation deal

84. meet

85. foreign official dollar reserves (FRODOR)

86. collection agency

87. Unanimous

88. provident

89. bring

90. firm sale

91. introduce

92. programme

93. mid-sized

94. Australian Bankers Association (ABA)

95. negative verification

96. New York Cotton Exchange

97. deadlock

98. MMDA

99. growth market

100. reader/sorter

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Section 15 Declaration Of Incontestability

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a sworn statement, filed by the owner of a mark registered on the principal register, claiming “incontestable” rights in the mark for the goods/services specified. An “incontestable” registration is conclusive evidence of the validity of the registered mark, of the registration of the mark, of the owner’s ownership of the mark and of the owner’s exclusive right to use the mark with the goods/services. The claim of incontestability is subject to certain limited exceptions set forth in §§15 and 33(b) of the trademark act, 15 U.S.C. §§1065 and 1115(b). 15 U.S.C. §1065. Filing a Section 15 Declaration is optional. However, there are certain rules governing when one may be filed. A §15 Affidavit may not be filed until the mark has been in continuous use in commerce for at least five consecutive years subsequent to the date of registration for marks registered under the Act of 1946 (and subsequent to the date of publication under §12(c) of the trademark act, 15 U.S.C. §1062(c), for marks registered under the Acts of 1905 and 1881 for which the benefits of the Act of 1946 have been claimed). The §15 Affidavit must be executed and filed within one year following a 5-year period of continuous use of the mark in commerce. Marks registered on the supplemental register are not eligible for claims of incontestable rights under §15. -- see File a §15 Declaration

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