|559||Title:||TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE||Gazette Number:||L.N. 31 of 2003|
|Section:||63||Heading:||Well-known trade marks: Article 6bis of Paris Convention||Version Date:||04/04/2003|
(1) Subject to section 59 (effect of acquiescence), the owner of a trade mark which is entitled to protection under the Paris Convention as a well-known trade mark is entitled to restrain by injunction the use in Hong Kong of a trade mark which, or the essential part of which, is identical or similar to his trade mark, in relation to identical or similar goods or services, where such use is likely to cause confusion on the part of the public.
(2) Nothing in subsection (1) affects the continuation of any use in good faith of a trade mark which was begun before the commencement of this section.