Tarsis, Agricultural and Industrial Chemicals LTD filed Israel trademark application number 247686 “Hudson” for Fresh fruits and vegetables and seeds in class 31.
On the mark being allowed, Nunhems B.V. filed an opposition, and since the applicant failed to respond to the opposition, the mark was canceled and the case was closed. Nunhems claimed that they had reached an agreement with Tarsis under which the mark was transferred to them. The Deputy Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks, Ms Jaqueline Bracha rejected this as the law requires that a response be filed or the case would be closed. She noted, however, that were the applicant to pay the extension fees and record a transfer of ownership, she would allow that and opened a window for so doing.
It appears that Tarsis agreed, as the register shows a transfer of ownership and address of service and the mark is in force.