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Sunday, February 15, 2009

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Is ACPO Chivalrous

The Court of Chivalry has had jurisdiction over cases of misuse of arms since the 14th century. It is a civil court, with the Earl Marshal as the sole judge from 1521. The best known medieval action was Scrope v Grosvenor (1385-1390), in which Sir Richard le Scrope was held to have a prior claim to the simple arms azure a bend or. The most recent case was Manchester Corporation v Manchester Palace of Varieties (1954), when a theatre was successfully sued for illegal display of the arms belonging to the corporation.

Question:

Dose the Logo of the Limited Company ACPO comply with section 4(4) of the Trade Marks Act 1994

We need to know.

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