14. Right of appeal

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If the Registrar makes a decision with respect to whether a trade mark should, or should not, be removed from the Register in its entirety, or should, or should not, be subject to conditions or limitations relating to goods or services dealt with, or provided, in a particular place in Australia, or a particular export market, then a party who is dissatisfied with the decision can appeal it to the Federal Court or the Federal Circuit Court (formerly the Federal Magistrates Court). The right of appeal from a decision of the Registrar under section 101 or 102 is set out in section 104.