Norwegian Customs are informed of preliminary court orders by a district court. The court ordersrequire Norwegian Customs toidentify and detain goods that may infringe an intellectual property right(s).
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Norwegian Customs can detain goods suspected of being counterfeits if the rights-holder has a validruling from the District Court. Norwegian Customs also has expanded authority to detain counterfeited goods, as well as other violations of intellectual property rights. Chapter 10 of the Norwegian Customs Act allows Norwegian Customs to detain goods that are suspected of being counterfeits on their own initiative, or on behalf of the rights-holder