Currently in Myanmar there is neither a Trademark Law nor Trademark Office giving a proprietary right to a mark upon registration and regulating the use and enforcement of trademark in Myanmar.
However, in practice, trademarks are registered under the Registration Act by filing a Declaration of Ownership Declaration at the office of the Sub-registrar of Deeds and Assurances in Yangon, for evidentiary purposes in the enforcement actions.
Such registered Trademark Declaration is considered as "registration". The registration alone does not give the registrant the right to ownership, but the registration provides the declarant with the corroborative evidence of use if action has to be taken in the courts of law regarding ownership. In addition, the registration is a relevant evidence for purpose of determining the date since which the declarant had intended to claim his trademark.
Once registered, the registration in coordination with the proof of first use and development of economic value of the trademark allows trademark owner to sue third parties for infringement of his trademark right in litigation at the Court.