- A name, symbol or device used by an organization to identify goods or services that its members provide. A union stamp on a product is a collective mark that indicates a member of the union made it.
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collective mark — col·lec·tive mark n: a trademark or a service mark of a group (as a cooperative association) Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. collective mark … Law dictionary
collective mark — The term collective mark means a trademark or service mark (1) used by the members of a cooperative, an association, or other collective group or organization, or (2) which such cooperative, association, or other collective group or organization… … Black's law dictionary
collective mark — a trademark or service mark used by the members of a cooperative, a union, or other collective association to identify themselves as members. [1965 70] * * * … Universalium
collective mark — collec′tive mark n. cvb a trademark or service mark used by a cooperative • Etymology: 1965–70 … From formal English to slang
collective mark — noun Date: 1938 a trademark or a service mark of a group (as a cooperative association) … New Collegiate Dictionary
collective mark — noun : a trademark or a service mark of a group (as a cooperative or other association) … Useful english dictionary
collective membership mark — >> collective mark. Webster s New World Law Dictionary. Susan Ellis Wild. 2000 … Law dictionary
Collective trade mark — A collective trade mark or collective mark is a trademark owned by an organization (such as an association), whose members use them to identify themselves with a level of quality or accuracy, geographical origin, or other characteristics set by… … Wikipedia
Mark Stuart (musician) — For musicians of a similar name, see Mark Stewart (disambiguation). Mark Stuart Birth name Mark Allen Stuart Born April 14, 1968 (1968 04 14) (age 43) Owensboro, Kentucky, United States Genres C … Wikipedia
mark — A character, usually in the form of a cross, made as a substitute for his signature by a person who cannot write, in executing a conveyance, will or other legal document. It is commonly made as follows: A third person writes the name of the… … Black's law dictionary