Immoral Marks Law and Legal Definition
Marks which connote moral offense and are not acceptable publicly are classified as immoral marks. Marks consisting of immoral or scandalous matter cannot be federally registered. Courts have defined scandalous marks to include marks giving offense to the conscience or moral feelings; exciting reprobation, calling out condemnation for a substantial composite of the general public.
Pursuant to 15 USCS § 1052, trademarks that consists of or comprises immoral, deceptive, or scandalous matter can be refused registration.
Legal Definition list
- Immobilia Situm Sequuntur
- Imminently Dangerous Article
- Imminent-Peril Doctrine
- Imminent Threat to the National Security
- Imminent Hazard to the Health and Safety [Education]
- Immoral Marks
- Immoral or Scandalous Matter (Trademark)
- Impact Accident [Federal Railroad Administration]
- Impact Evaluation Research