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Just interesting - is there any regulations or something or no.

For example internet shop selling Llumar, SunTek and Johnson.

Can these (or other american) brands stand near.

I saw something similar - but is it 100% legal?

It's perfectly fine. Obviously the "dealer" should be "authorized".

If a manufacturer objects based upon some restrictions or limitations in the proper use of their trademarks or logo's; they would ask the user to remove these logos, trademarks, etc.

:beer

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Just interesting - is there any regulations or something or no.

For example internet shop selling Llumar, SunTek and Johnson.

Can these (or other american) brands stand near.

I saw something similar - but is it 100% legal?

It's perfectly fine. Obviously the "dealer" should be "authorized".

If a manufacturer objects based upon some restrictions or limitations in the proper use of their trademarks or logo's; they would ask the user to remove these logos, trademarks, etc.

:beer

So if he is NOT "authorized" - he can't use logos?

And can "dealer" be "authorized" to sell -for example - SunTek and SunGard?

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Just interesting - is there any regulations or something or no.

For example internet shop selling Llumar, SunTek and Johnson.

Can these (or other american) brands stand near.

I saw something similar - but is it 100% legal?

It's perfectly fine. Obviously the "dealer" should be "authorized".

If a manufacturer objects based upon some restrictions or limitations in the proper use of their trademarks or logo's; they would ask the user to remove these logos, trademarks, etc.

:twocents

So if he is NOT "authorized" - he can't use logos?

And can "dealer" be "authorized" to sell -for example - SunTek and SunGard?

That is correct. Many manufacturers have dealer agreements that stipulate proper usage of the logos and trademarks. Some companies enforce these standards to a greater degree than others. SunTek and Sun Gard seem more liberal in their trademark policies. The key factor in their case and others is : If they sell you a roll, or an authorized distributor sells you a roll of their film you are de facto their authorized dealer.

:dunno

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There are manufacturers that do not allow 'authorized dealers' use of brand logo when reselling bulk film or precut patterns, however, the dealer is authorized in terms of installing bulk roll product for resale to car/home owners. In many cases the warranty is only extended to the first party purchasing the bulk roll.

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Just interesting - is there any regulations or something or no.

For example internet shop selling Llumar, SunTek and Johnson.

Can these (or other american) brands stand near.

I saw something similar - but is it 100% legal?

It's perfectly fine. Obviously the "dealer" should be "authorized".

If a manufacturer objects based upon some restrictions or limitations in the proper use of their trademarks or logo's; they would ask the user to remove these logos, trademarks, etc.

:beer

So if he is NOT "authorized" - he can't use logos?

And can "dealer" be "authorized" to sell -for example - SunTek and SunGard?

That is correct. Many manufacturers have dealer agreements that stipulate proper usage of the logos and trademarks. Some companies enforce these standards to a greater degree than others. SunTek and Sun Gard seem more liberal in their trademark policies. The key factor in their case and others is : If they sell you a roll, or an authorized distributor sells you a roll of their film you are de facto their authorized dealer.

:thumb

OK. Question N3. Sorry for many questions.

I am Vodka fun - everybody know that.

For example company trading with ABSOLUT can't sell SMIRNOFF.

But liquer store can sell both Vodka's.

My question is.

If somebody open webshop with Llumar, Bekaert, Suntek, SunGard, Huper, Shmuper and so on - will be this webshop attacked by "brand'n'logo" owners?

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Just interesting - is there any regulations or something or no.

For example internet shop selling Llumar, SunTek and Johnson.

Can these (or other american) brands stand near.

I saw something similar - but is it 100% legal?

It's perfectly fine. Obviously the "dealer" should be "authorized".

If a manufacturer objects based upon some restrictions or limitations in the proper use of their trademarks or logo's; they would ask the user to remove these logos, trademarks, etc.

:dunno

So if he is NOT "authorized" - he can't use logos?

And can "dealer" be "authorized" to sell -for example - SunTek and SunGard?

That is correct. Many manufacturers have dealer agreements that stipulate proper usage of the logos and trademarks. Some companies enforce these standards to a greater degree than others. SunTek and Sun Gard seem more liberal in their trademark policies. The key factor in their case and others is : If they sell you a roll, or an authorized distributor sells you a roll of their film you are de facto their authorized dealer.

:hmmm

OK. Question N3. Sorry for many questions.

I am Vodka fun - everybody know that.

For example company trading with ABSOLUT can't sell SMIRNOFF.

But liquer store can sell both Vodka's.

My question is.

If somebody open webshop with Llumar, Bekaert, Suntek, SunGard, Huper, Shmuper and so on - will be this webshop attacked by "brand'n'logo" owners?

If the dealer has been authorized by each of these companies there would be no issue in using trademarks. Obviously some of the manufacturers have a limited channel or a designated channel that may require some additional purchase requirements or territory restrictions. Vista, Panorama, 3M Prestige, and Huper Optik and V-Kool. Madico Sunscape Select and for cars; FormulaOne.

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