BONA FIDE INTENT TO USE
bona fide intent to use. Trademarks. A specific, good-faith intention to use a mark in the ordinary course of trade in interstate commerce and not merely to reserve it for later use, as determined by objective circumstantial evidence. ? A federal registration obtained under Lanham Act ¡ì 1(b) requires a bona fide intent to use the mark. If the required intent is later determined to be lacking, the registration may be invalidated.
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