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All our motifs that we offer in our shops were developed and designed by us.

To the sayings or also words, here we use so-called common property, like for example: "Hello you there ..." or "night watchman".

Basically we check each of our motives / ironing pictures.

If you have an objection that one of our motifs constitutes an infringement of trademark law, please let us know. What we need for this is simple.

  • Patent number
  • Name and address of the holder and if the holder does not appear in person, a certified power of attorney (with name and address of the applicant) that you may act on behalf of the patent holder.

In case of doubt, we reserve the right to have a copy of the identity card sent to us by e-mail.

We will only accept any accusation that it happens again and again that people come to us with the accusation, credibly and firmly claiming that it is your work.

Each review takes about 10 working days, due to the fact that some of the relevant documents have to be translated.

Up to the time that the "accusation" has been checked by us, the article can, under certain circumstances, be removed by us from the sales platforms, also claimants can of course demand this, whereby the claimant should be aware that if it turns out that the "accusation" is not true for us, we can charge damages.

There are different rights in Europe, if you look at it a bit, you will see that they are not too far apart in the matter of "patent law". And yet we examine all requests to the best of our knowledge and belief.

Should the concern, despite having stated everything correctly, not apply to us, we will of course charge the applicant for our work. The applicant can also, of course, charge us for his costs if everything turns out to be correct for him.

Please check carefully in advance whether you have a justified objection against one of our motives and/or words/phrases. Furthermore, we reserve the right to file an opposition against the entry at the Patent Office.