Exclusive Use [Trademark] Law and Legal Definition
In trade mark, exclusive use refers to the right of a person to use a specific mark without exception. The right of exclusive use confers on the holder the right to prevent others from suing a confusingly similar trademark.
In the U.S. a person exercising exclusive right to use a trade-mark has such a special ownership therein as entitles that person its registration during the period of his/her exclusive use. Ownership is the right by which a thing belongs to some one in particular to the exclusion of all others. [Spencer v. VDO Instruments, Ltd., 232 F. Supp. 735 (D. Mich. 1964)].