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Title 19Chapter IPart 133


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

CHAPTER I—U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY; DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

PART 133—TRADEMARKS, TRADE NAMES, AND COPYRIGHTS

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§133.0
Scope.

Subpart A—RECORDATION OF TRADEMARKS

§133.1
Recordation of trademarks.
§133.2
Application to record trademark.
§133.3
Documents and fee to accompany application.
§133.4
Effective date, term, and cancellation of trademark recordation and renewals.
§133.5
Change of ownership of recorded trademark.
§133.6
Change in name of owner of recorded trademark.
§133.7
Renewal of trademark recordation.
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Subpart B—RECORDATION OF TRADE NAMES

§133.11
Trade names eligible for recordation.
§133.12
Application to record a trade name.
§133.13
Documents and fee to accompany application.
§133.14
Publication of trade name recordation.
§133.15
Term of CBP trade name recordation.
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Subpart C—IMPORTATIONS BEARING RECORDED MARKS OR TRADE NAMES

§133.21
Articles suspected of bearing counterfeit marks.
§133.22
Restrictions on importation of articles bearing copying or simulating trademarks.
§133.23
Restrictions on importation of gray market articles.
§133.24
Restrictions on articles accompanying importer and mail importations.
§133.25
Procedure on detention of articles subject to restriction.
§133.26
Demand for redelivery of released merchandise.
§133.27
Civil fines for those involved in the importation of merchandise bearing a counterfeit mark.
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Subpart D—RECORDATION OF COPYRIGHTS

§133.31
Recordation of copyrighted works.
§133.32
Application to record copyright.
§133.33
Documents and fee to accompany application.
§133.34
Effective date, term, and cancellation of recordation.
§133.35
Change of ownership of recorded copyright.
§133.36
Change in name of owner of recorded copyright.
§133.37
Renewal of copyright recordation.
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Subpart E—IMPORTATIONS VIOLATING COPYRIGHT LAWS

§133.41
[Reserved]
§133.42
Infringing copies or phonorecords.
§133.43
Procedure on suspicion of infringing copies.
§133.44
Decision of disputed claim of infringement.
§133.45
[Reserved]
§133.46
Demand for redelivery of released articles.
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Subpart F—PROCEDURE FOLLOWING FORFEITURE OR ASSESSMENT OF LIQUIDATED DAMAGES

§133.51
Relief from forfeiture or liquidated damages.
§133.52
Disposition of forfeited merchandise.
§133.53
Refund of duty.


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