The registration is made for the goods or services selected by the applicant and performs the protection effect for those goods or services. Describes the scope and limit of protection of goods or services for which the mark is registered. As a rule, the protection provided to the mark is limited to the goods and services covered by the registration. In other words, if the trademark is registered for which goods and services, the authority of the trademark owner to prevent the use and registration of the trademark by someone else is limited to those goods and services and similar goods and services. This is the principle that protection is limited to goods or services registered with similar goods and services.