Presence of instant association between a trademark and the goods or services for which mark is intended. High degree of popularity of a mark among the certain category of consumers The long period (5 and more years) and extensive geographical scope of a mark use. The big expenses for advertisement of mark. Great number of registrations of a trademark worldwide. Great volume of goods/services sales which are marked with a trademark during the long period of time (in money and/or natural expression). The data confirming recognition of a trademark as well-known in other countries of the world if those are available. Any other documents (books, publications in press, films, conferences, forums, symposiums) on which there is a speech about the further promotion of the goods which are marked with the given trademark So far in Turkmenistan were no precedents (neither at a level of Patent Department, nor at a level of trial), connected with necessity of the proof, that such trade mark has received distinctive ability.