NRS 600.350
Certificate of registration: Issuance

  • contents
  • admissibility in evidence.


Upon compliance by the applicant with the requirements of NRS 600.330 and 600.340, the Secretary of State shall issue and deliver a certificate of registration to the applicant. The certificate of registration must be issued under the signature of the Secretary of State and the seal of the State, and it must designate:


The name and business address and, if a corporation, limited-liability company, limited partnership or registered limited-liability partnership, the state of incorporation or organization of the person claiming ownership of the mark;


The date claimed for the first use of the mark anywhere and the date claimed for the first use of the mark in this State;


The class of goods or services to which the mark applies;


A description of the goods or services on which the mark is used;


A reproduction of the mark;


The registration date; and


The term of the registration.
Ê If a date of first use contained in the application is indefinite, the certificate of registration must designate the latest definite date that can be inferred from the words used. If a month and year are given without specifying the day, the date is presumed to be the last day of the month. If only a year is given, the date is presumed to be the last day of the year.


The certificate of registration or a copy of the certificate certified by the Secretary of State is admissible in evidence as competent and sufficient proof of the registration of the mark in any action or judicial proceedings in any court of this State, and raises a disputable presumption that the person to whom the certificate was issued is the owner of the mark in this State as applied to the goods or services described in the certificate.

Source: Section 600.350 — Certificate of registration: Issuance; contents; admissibility in evidence., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-600.­html#NRS600Sec350.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

§ 600.350’s source at nv​.us