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Madrid Agreement concerning the international registration of marks of April 14, 1891

Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Article 1: Establishment of a Special Union. Filing of marks at international bureau. Definition of country of origin

Article 2: Reference to article 3 of Paris Convention (same treatment for certain categories of persons as for nationals of countries of the Union)

Article 3: Contents of application for international registration

Article 3bis: “Territorial limitation”

Article 3ter: Request for “territorial extension”

Article 4: Effects of international registration

Article 4bis: Substitution of international registration for earlier national registrations

Article 5: Refusal by national offices

Article 5bis: Documentary evidence of legitimacy of use of certain elements of mark

Article 5ter: Copies of entries in international register. Searches for anticipation. Extracts from international register

Article 6: Period of validity of international registration. Independence of international registration. Termination of protection in country of origin

Article 7: Renewal of international registration

Article 8: National fee. International fee. Division of excess receipts, supplementary fees, and complementary fees

Article 8bis: Renunciation in respect of one or more countries

Article 9: Changes in national registers also affecting international registration. Reduction of list of goods and services mentioned in international registration. Additions to that list. Substitutions in that list

Article 9bis: Transfer of international mark entailing change in country of proprietor

Article 9ter: Assignment of international mark for part only of registered goods or services or for certain contracting countries. Reference to article 6quater of Paris Convention (assignment of mark)

Article 9quater: Common office for several contracting countries. Request by several contracting countries to be treated as a single country

Article 10: Assembly of the Special Union

Article 11: International bureau

Article 12: Finances

Article 13: Amendment of articles 10 to 13

Article 14: Ratification and accession. Entry into force. Accession to earlier Acts. Reference to article 24 of Paris Convention (territories)

Article 15: Denunciation

Article 16: Application of earlier Acts

Article 17: Signature, languages, depositary functions

Article 18: Transitional provisions

Contracting Parties of the Madrid Union

Geneva Act of July 2, 1999

The Hague Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Industrial Designs

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS

CHAPTER I: INTERNATIONAL APPLICATION AND INTERNATIONAL REGISTRATION

CHAPTER II: ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS

CHAPTER III: REVISION AND AMENDMENT

CHAPTER IV: FINAL PROVISIONS

Contracting Parties of the Hague Agreement

The European Union: competition for the best design


Industrial design within the European Union


Eurasian design patent in drafting

In the autumn of 2018 a regular meeting at the state level is planned concerns the creation of a single industrial design patent within the Eurasian space.

International design registration

Starting from February 28, 2018 it is possible to file international design applications designating Russia.


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