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Ab wird das International Designs Bulletin [ http: Introduction of the new Hague system logo: Beitritt von Serbien zur Genfer Fassung mit Wirkung vom 9.
Change in the Amounts of Individual Designation Fee: Information concerning the requirement under national legislation for the inclusion of a short description of the characteristic features of the design in an application for registration: Declarations made under Articles 5 2 a and 13 1 of the Act: Januar angepasst worden.
Januar nicht mehr anzuwenden: Deutschland hat mit Note vom Juli Genfer Akte des Haager Abkommens vom 6.
April und ab 1. Januar geltenden Fassung. Beitritt von Ghana zur Genfer Akte mit Wirkung vom Beitritt von Litauen zur Genfer Akte mit Wirkung vom Estonia Jan 31, Moldova Dec 27, Electronic Filing of International Applications Dec 18, Amendment of the Administrative Instructions Dec 12, Non-Working Days in Nov 19, European Community ab 1.
Damit wird der Beitritt am 1. ME hat am 4. RS hat am Botsuana ist mit Wirkung vom 5. Ungarn hat mit Wirkung vom 1. Beitritt von Namibia zur Genfer Akte Mitgliedstaat der Genfer Akte; Mitgliedstaat insgesamt zum Haager Abkommen mit Wirkung vom Kirgisistan hat mit Wirkung vom 1.
Erneuerung nach Genfer Akte Februar der Akte und mit Wirkung vom April der Akte des Haager Musterabkommens beigetreten. Bulgarien hat mit Wirkung vom 1.
April in Kraft tritt http: April wirksam werden. Desweiteren treten am 1. September tritt diese Akte am Die auf der Desweiteren werden mit Wirkung ab 1.
Beitritt von Gabun mit Wirkung vom Oktober , in Kraft getreten am 1. Januar , sind im BGBl. Beitritt von Georgien mit Wirkung vom 1.
Das Patentamt von Kirgisistan verlangt ab 1. You can include up to industrial designs per application. If more than one design is included in the international application, all the designs must belong to the same class of the Locarno Classification.
In principle, the date of the international registration is the filing date of the international application. If an international application is signed by the representative, a power of attorney is required and shall be sent to the International Bureau at the time of filing or as soon as possible after the filing date.
If it is missing, the International Bureau issues an irregularity which must be remedied within three months, or else the international application will be deemed abandoned.
Upon receipt of an international application, the International Bureau checks that the application complies with the prescribed formal requirements.
If the application complies with those requirements, the International Bureau records it in the International Register and sends a certificate of the international registration to the holder.
The publication contains all relevant data concerning the international registration, including a reproduction of the industrial design s.
The scope of protection may be different among the jurisdictions of designated Contracting Parties. Moreover, if the international registration is amended for example, additional views are submitted in a procedure before the Office of a designated Contracting Party, the information concerning such an amendment in that Contracting Party will be notified by the Office to the International Bureau and be made available through the International Designs Bulletin.
In accordance with Article 6 of the Act, priority of an earlier filing may be claimed on the basis of a first national or regional filing made in one of the States party to the Paris Convention or in a member of the World Trade Organization or of a first international application, as the case may be when new Contracting Parties join the Hague System and the applicant wishes to use the Hague System to extend the protection of an industrial design that is the subject of a prior international application to those new Contracting Parties in an international application, provided that the international application is filed within six months from the date of the earlier filing.
Priority may be claimed at the time of the international application only. The Office of a designated Contracting Party may request a copy of a priority document or the original document directly from the holder.
National or regional jurisdictions may have certain time limits for submissions of a priority document, and the priority claim is accepted only if the document is received within such a time limit, for example 3 months from the publication date of the international registration.
In principle, the publication of the international registration takes place six months after the date of the international registration.
The applicant may request, in an international application, that the publication be deferred for a period which may not exceed 12 months under the Act or 30 months under the Act from the filing date or, where priority is claimed, from the priority date.
However, under the Act, in accordance with the applicable law, a Contracting Party may make a declaration to the effect that no deferment is allowed or of a shorter period of deferment..
The term of protection is five years counted from the date of the international registration. Six months before the expiry date, the International Bureau sends an unofficial notice to remind the holder and his representative, if any, of the exact date of expiry.
If, however, the holder or his representative does not receive said notice, this does not constitute an excuse for failure to comply with any time limit for payment of the fees due.
However, according to Rule 9 4 of the Common Regulations under the Act and the Act of the Hague Agreement, a Contracting Party may refuse the effects of the international registration if the reproductions contained therein are considered not sufficient to fully disclose the industrial design.
Furthermore, if by replying to such refusal you submit additional views disclosing a new element of the design, it is very likely that those Examining Offices will refuse your submission and maintain the refusal.
Each designated Contracting Party has the right to refuse, in its territory, the protection for an international registration.
The International Bureau records in the International Register any refusal communicated by the Office of a designated Contracting Party, publishes it in the International Designs Bulletin and sends a copy of the notification of refusal to the holder of the international registration.
The holder of the international registration may request a review of, or appeal against the refusal in the designated Contracting Party concerned.
The holder of the international registration has the same rights and remedies as he would have had if he had filed the industrial design in question directly with the Office that issued the notification of refusal.
The ensuing procedure takes place solely at the national or regional level and is subject to the requirements provided for by the law of the Contracting Party concerned such as the time limit, language, the appointment of a representative, etc.
The International Bureau records any withdrawal of refusal or statement of grant of protection in the International Register and sends a copy to the holder of the international registration concerned.
Such a withdrawal or statement is published in the International Designs Bulletin. Even if the effects of an international registration have been invalidated in a designated Contracting Party, such invalidation will not have any consequences on the validity of the effects of that international registration in any other designated Contracting Party.
Invalidation proceedings concerning an international registration in a designated Contracting Party take place directly between the holder of the international registration, the competent authority and the third party.
The proceedings are governed entirely by the law and practice of the Contracting Party concerned. Where the effects of an international registration are invalidated in a designated Contracting Party and the invalidation is no longer subject to any review or appeal, the Office of the Contracting Party shall notify the International Bureau accordingly.
A change in ownership may result, among others, from a contract such as an assignment , or a court decision, or operation of law such as an inheritance or a bankruptcy , or from the merger of two companies.
A partial change in ownership in respect of only some designated Contracting Parties or only some designs is also possible.
Yes, there are some special requirements that have to be taken into account when designating the United States of America in an international application.
As a general rule an international application, filed via the Hague System, may contain multiple designs up to designs irrespective of which Contracting Parties are designated.
When designating the United States of America in an international application, the applicant should have in mind that in accordance with the law of the United States of America, only one independent and distinct design may be claimed in a single application.
Thus, if more than one design is included in an international application that designates the United States of America, it is the United States Patent and Trademark Office USPTO that will examine if those designs are different embodiments of a single design, which are not patentably distinct from each other.
If several patentably distinct designs are included in the international registration, the USPTO will issue a notification of refusal in accordance with Article 13 2 of the Act, pending compliance with the requirement of unity of design under the laws of the United States of America.
A claim is required if the United States of America is designated in an international application. If the claim is missing from the international application, the International Bureau will invite the applicant to correct the application within three months from the date of the application.
Failure to provide the claim affects the date of the international registration. In such a case, the date of the international registration shall be the date on which the correction of such an irregularity was received by the International Bureau, or the filing date of the international application, whichever is later.
The wording of the claim shall be as follows: Only one article shall be indicated, irrespective of the number of designs contained in the international application.