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Microsoft Word - 40A4A9A3-3FFC-206E36.doc ANNEX 2-3 Relevant articles of Act CVI of 2007 on State Property Relevant articles of Act CVI of 2007 on State Property Art. 1(2) In application of this Act the following items shall be considered State property: a) Any objects and natural resources that can be utilised as an object that are in State property; b) All properties not belonging to Point a) above where an Act stipulates so; c) Commercial papers, securities, stocks belonging to the State and any other rights with financial value if stipulated in any laws; d) All financial means in the property of the State. Art. 5(1) All data is public out of public interest that is in connection with the management of State property or any commanding of it unless it is public interest data anyway. Separate Act can restrict the access to such data. (2) All persons or organisations that manage or rule over State property shall qualify as body or person performing public responsibilities within the frames of the Act on the publicity of public interest data.
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Score: 1080672.1 - https://unece.org/DAM/env/pp/c...ication_State_Property_Act.pdf
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Unless authorized to do so by the relevant Member, commercial sector providers of meteorological services should not publicly issue warnings and forecasts relevant to the safety of life and property in the country or maritime area where they operate. Warnings and forecasts relevant to the safety of life and property publicly issued by the commercial sector should be consistent with those originated by NMSs or by other official originators in the course of the performance of their public service responsibilities; 5. (...) Commercial sector Governmental or non-governmental organizations or individuals operating for commercial purposes.
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Score: 1080296.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...%20meteorological%20data_e.doc
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Some countries have proposed to cross-retaliate by suspending obligations under the WTO’s Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property (TRIPS). II. Cross-retaliation involving intellectual property (IP) rights (TRIPS) According to Article 64 of TRIPS1, the DSU applies to the settlement of disputes under TRIPS, with the exceptions established therein. (...) Therefore, the DSB authorizes the suspension of rights and obligations under TRIPS as a result of commercial disputes before the WTO. Two legal questions have been raised in this context: 1. (...) Therefore, the suspension of IP rights would implicate markets beyond the country targeted. - The reputation of the complainant country as an R&D platform for innovation and creativity will suffer, hampering its long-term prospects for economic development. For commercial enterprises, the ability to obtain and commercialize the IP assets resulting from innovation and creativity in a predictable and stable legal environment is critical.
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Score: 1075557 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...e/cross_retaliation_2012_e.pdf
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Ground property and equipment under capital leases (Item 3.4). (...) Form EF Fleet and Personnel — Commercial Air Carriers RI-9 Depreciation of flight equipment, ground property and equipment acquired under a capital lease arrangement should be charged in the same manner as if the said items were actually purchased. (...) Depreciation shall not be accrued on expenditures on uncompleted units of property and equipment during the process of manufacture or construction; small units of property subject to constant renewal; and any other physical property which from the nature of its construction or its inherent characteristics is not depreciable.
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Score: 1072181.1 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...sh/Form_EF-Instructions_en.pdf
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Members have differing perspectives on the obligation to protect test data against unfair commercial use under Article 39.3 of the TRIPS Agreement. (...) Others believe that there are other ways in which such data can be protected against ‘unfair commercial use’ other than through periods of data exclusivity. (...) Paragraph 3 of Article 10bis requires members to prohibit the types of dishonest commercial practices mentioned in its subparagraphs.
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Score: 1071331.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ips_e/ta_docs_e/modules7_e.pdf
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Ganbold’s family with the full knowledge that her relatives owned the property. He testified that, contrary to the findings of the investigation report, he, and not Ms. (...) B. who had decided to lease the property and had done so fully aware her relatives owned the property. 10. (...) The UNDT carefully considered her actions, her intent, and her motive and correctly found that she had been negligent regarding her formal disclosure of her family’s ownership of the properties. The UNDT correctly found her testimony was credible that she had been unaware of her ownership due to her mothers’ use of a power of attorney to transfer the property.
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Score: 1071049.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2019-UNAT-976.pdf
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For the purposes of this Agreement, the term "intellectual property" refers to all categories of intellectual property that are the subject of Sections 1 through 7 of Part II. 3. (...) "Treaty on Intellectual Property in Respect of Integrated Circuits" (IPIC Treaty) refers to the Treaty on Intellectual Property in Respect of Integrated Circuits, adopted at Washington on 26 May 1989. (...) PART III ENFORCEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS SECTION 1: GENERAL OBLIGATIONS Article 41 1.
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Score: 1069154.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._docs_e/1_tripsagreement_e.pdf
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27-trips.wpf Page 319 ANNEX 1C AGREEMENT ON TRADE-RELATED ASPECTS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS PART I GENERAL PROVISIONS AND BASIC PRINCIPLES PART II STANDARDS CONCERNING THE AVAILABILITY, SCOPE AND USE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS 1. (...) For the purposes of this Agreement, the term "intellectual property" refers to all categories of intellectual property that are the subject of Sections 1 through 7 of Part II. 3. (...) "Treaty on Intellectual Property in Respect of Integrated Circuits" (IPIC Treaty) refers to the Treaty on Intellectual Property in Respect of Integrated Circuits, adopted at Washington on 26 May 1989.
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Score: 1069154.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/docs_e/legal_e/27-trips.pdf
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ANNEX 1C ANNEX 1C AGREEMENT ON TRADE-RELATED ASPECTS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS PART I GENERAL PROVISIONS AND BASIC PRINCIPLES PART II STANDARDS CONCERNING THE AVAILABILITY, SCOPE AND USE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS 1. (...) For the purposes of this Agreement, the term "intellectual property" refers to all categories of intellectual property that are the subject of Sections 1 through 7 of Part II. 3. (...) PART III ENFORCEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS SECTION 1: GENERAL OBLIGATIONS Article 41 1.
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Score: 1069154.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/docs_e/legal_e/27-trips.doc
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You may freely download and copy the WMO material contained on this website for your personal, non-commercial use, without any right to resell, redistribute, compile or create derivative works therefrom, subject to more specific restrictions that may apply to specific materials. (...) WMO emblem, name and abbreviation : the use of the WMO emblem (or logo), its name or abbreviation is restricted and protected under  Article 6ter  of the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property. Permission to use is granted on a discretionary basis in limited cases. (...) Third parties may obtain authorization to use the name only under the following conditions:     the activity is in the interest of the Organization and its Members;     the activity does not prejudice the impartiality of the Organization;     the Organization is participating in the said activity; and     the Organization retains control over the activity. Commercial entities are required to fulfill the following additional conditions:     the principal aim in using the name is to support the Organization, its objectives and activities;     any funds raised must be earmarked to meet the objectives of the Organization; and     use of the emblem/name must not in any way suggest that the Organization endorses the commercial entity, its products or services.
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Score: 1068816 - https://public.wmo.int/en/copyright
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