However, the auditor argued that it was still a “naked” consent, as it did not describe the agreements entered into by the parties to avoid confusion, but did not include an explicit commitment by the parties to make efforts to avoid confusion or cooperate and take steps to avoid confusion in the future. A “naked consent agreement” is an agreement that contains little more than the registrant`s consent to registration and sometimes a statement that confusion is considered unlikely. Bare consent agreements are usually not enough to overcome a risk of confusion. The approval agreement for In re A-Plant 2000 ApS had several shortcomings. Although the applicant`s acceptance of a restriction on use does not result in identification. Nor does the consent agreement have a statement that the parties are limited to separate business channels and consumers. . . .