Please explain "admission" and a "disclaimer"

An admission is normally required where a word that is required for use in the trade by other traders has been miss-spelt in a trade mark, eg “xpert” as opposed to “expert”. The applicant will be required to admit that he does not obtain any exclusive rights in the word “expert”. A disclaimer is required when a word that is required for normal use in the trade by other traders form part of a trade mark application, e.g. the word “perfume” in the class for perfumes. The applicant will be required to disclaim exclusive rights in the word “perfume”.

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