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(2) In proceedings to which subsection (1) (a) applies— (a) a person shall not be excused from answering a question put to that person or complying with an order made under that subsection by reason only that to do so would tend to expose that person or his or her spouse to criminal proceedings under this Act; (b) a statement of admission made by a person in answer to a question put or an order made, in accordance with that subsection is not admissible in criminal proceedings brought under this Act against that person or his or her spouse, except that nothing in this paragraph shall render that statement or admission inadmissible in proceedings against that person for perjury or contempt of court. 63
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Act 17 Trademarks Act 2010 (4) The court may order that all counterfeits, imitations and all other materials involved in the infringement be forfeited and disposed of as the court may direct. (5) For the purposes of this Part, “owner of trademark” means the registered owner, an assignee or an exclusive licensee, as the case may be, of the trademark. 82. Inspectors. (1) The Board shall in consultation with the registrar designate for the purposes of enforcing this Act, such number of inspectors as may be necessary and shall issue to them, in writing or in a prescribed form, certificates of authority to act as inspectors. (2) In addition to inspectors designated under subsection (1), the registrar may authorise a member from the registry or a police officer to perform the functions of an inspector under this Act. (3) A person designated or authorized as an inspector under this section shall hold office subject to such conditions as the Board may determine with approval of the Minister. 83. Entry into premises subject to this Act, an inspector may, at any reasonable time and on production of his or her certificate of authority, enter any premises, ship, aircraft or vehicle for the purpose of ascertaining whether there is or has been, on or in connection with those premises, ship, aircraft or vehicle any contravention of this Act. 84. Mode of inspection of premises. (1) For the purpose of ascertaining whether there is or has been a contravention of this Act, an inspector may inspect— (a) a substance or article appearing to him or her to be an infringed trademark; (b) a container or package appearing to him or her to be used or intended to be used for infringement; or 64
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Act 17 Trademarks Act 2010 (c) a plant or equipment appearing to him or her to be used or intended to be used in connection with the production, reproduction or otherwise manufacture an infringing trademark. (2) An inspector may seize and detain a substance or article which he or she has reasonable cause to believe to be an infringing trademark of any work or in relation to which or by means of which he or she has reasonable cause to believe that an offence under this Act has been or is being committed and any document which he or she has reasonable cause to believe to be a document which may be required in proceedings under this Act.
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