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In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires, "Court" means the Supreme Court of Tonga. "geographical area" means the territory of the country or region or locality in that territory as the case may be which constitutes the geographical origin of the goods. (...) The following shall not be protected as geographical Protection indications: (a) indications which do not correspond to the definition of "geographical indication"; (b) indications which are contrary to public order or morality; (c) geographical indications which are not or cease to be protected in their country of origin, or which have fallen into disuse in that country. (...) The application shall specify: (a) the name, address and nationality of the natural person or legal entity filing the application, and the capacity in which the applicant is applying for registration; (b) the geographical indication for which registration is sought; (c) the geographical area to which the geographical indication applies; (d) the goods for which the geographical indication applies and (e) the quality, reputation or other characteristic of the goods for which the geographical indication is used; and shall be subject to the payment of the prescribed fee.
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Score: 656595.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/ton_e/WTACCTON5A1_LEG_3.pdf
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In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires, "Court" means the Supreme Court of Tonga. "geographical area" means the territory of the country or region or locality in that territory as the case may be which constitutes the geographical origin of the goods. (...) The following shall not be protected as geographical Protection indications: (a) indications which do not correspond to the definition of "geographical indication"; (b) indications which are contrary to public order or morality; (c) geographical indications which are not or cease to be protected in their country of origin, or which have fallen into disuse in that country. (...) The application shall specify: (a) the name, address and nationality of the natural person or legal entity filing the application, and the capacity in which the applicant is applying for registration; (b) the geographical indication for which registration is sought; (c) the geographical area to which the geographical indication applies; (d) the goods for which the geographical indication applies and (e) the quality, reputation or other characteristic of the goods for which the geographical indication is used; and shall be subject to the payment of the prescribed fee.
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Score: 656595.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/ton_e/WTACCTON4A3_LEG_2.pdf
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A geographical indication (GI) is a sign used on products that have a specific geographical origin and possess qualities or a reputation that are due to that origin. (...) Read the full list of  geographical indication FAQs . Featured Virtual Exhibition on Geographical Indications September 6, 2021 to March 6, 2022 The exhibition offers visitors an opportunity to discover WIPO’s work in the field of geographical indications, as well as examples of geographical indications from Member States. (...) Featured Close Explainer video: Geographical indications and WIPO’s Lisbon System Laws and treaties covering geographical indications A number of international treaties deal partly or entirely with the protection of geographical indications or appellations of origin.
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Score: 653592.53 - https://www.wipo.int/geo_indications/en/
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Coordination and technical regulations of the National System of Statistical and Geographical Information of Mexico (SNIEG) Coordination and technical regulations of the National System of Statistical and Geographical Information of Mexico (SNIEG) 2 Introduction: • The National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI) as coordinator of the National System of Statistical and Geographical Information of Mexico (SNIEG) has the attribution to issue the necessary provisions to regulate and coordinate it. • The regulations issued by INEGI, through its Governing Board, take into consideration the best international practices and are available for the State Units in the Normative Compilation System located in the SNIEG Portal (www. snieg.mx), in the section called “The Norms of SNIEG”. • The Normative Compilation System contains the regulations that must be known and applied by the members of the SNIEG for the production, integration and dissemination of Information of National Interest, as well as provisions related to the coordination between the State Units that comprise it. 3 Introduction: • The Coordination Normativity regulates the participation of the State Units in the collegiate bodies of the SNIEG, for the execution of joint activities that are directed by INEGI in its capacity as Coordinator of the System. • The Technical Normativity is integrated by the provisions that regulate the collection, processing and publication of information about socio-demographic, economic, government, public security, justice, geographic, environmental and territorial and urban development matters. • By 2018, the Normative Compilation System has 15 documents of normative provisions about coordination and 23 technical regulations, 10 of them related to statistical matters and 13 to the geographical area. 4 Coordination Normativity Code of Ethics for SNIEG members Principles and Best Practices for Statistical and Geographical Activities of SNIEG Rules to establish the Normativity of the National System of Statistical and Geographical Information Rules for the integration and operation of the National Advisory Council Rules for the integration and operation of the Executive Committees of the National Information Subsystems Rules for the integration and operation of the Specialized Technical Committees of the National Information Subsystems Glossary of SNIEG Rules for the determination of Information of National Interest Rules for the integration, dissemination and administration of the National Catalog of Indicators Rules for the integration and administration of the Repertory of Information of National Interest Rules for the Attention to International Requirements of Information of National Interest Rules for the Provision of the Public Service of Statistical and Geographical Information Agreement for the collection, processing, use and publication of information considered as public Agreement for the use of the National Catalog of Indicators regarding Information of National Interest Rules for the determination of administrative misdemeanours and the imposition of sanctions, for the perpetration of infractions to the Law of the National System of Statistical and Geographical Information 5 Technical Normativity Statistics Technical Standard for the Generation of Basic Statistics Technical Standard for the National Classification of Crimes of Common Jurisdiction for Statistical Purposes Technical Standard for the Elaboration of Metadata for projects of information generation Technical Standard for the access and publication of Open Data of Statistical and Geographical Information of National Interest Technical Standard for the Incorporation and Updating of Information to the National Statistical Directory of Economic Units Agreement for the use of the Correlation Table between the Tariff of the General Import and Export Tax Law (TIGIE) and the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) in the realization of statistical activities related to foreign trade of merchandise by economic activity of origin Agreement for the use of the Mexican Classification of Study Programs by Fields of Academic Training for the realization of Statistical and Geographical Activities linked to the information of education statistics Agreement for the use of the National Classification System of Occupations for the realization of Statistical and Geographical Activities linked to information on occupation and employment Agreement for the use of the North American Industry Classification System (SCIAN) in the compilation, analysis and presentation of economic statistics Guidelines for Incorporating the Gender Perspective in the National System of Statistical and Geographical Information 6 Technical Normativity Geography Technical Standard on Geographic Addresses Technical Standard for the elaboration of Geographic Metadata Technical Standard for Generating, Implementing, Updating and Managing the Unique Code of the Territory Register for Statistical and Geographical Purposes Technical Standard for Obtaining and Distributing Satellite Images for Statistical and Geographical Purposes Technical Standard for Aerial Photographic Surveying with Digital Camera for the purpose of Geographic Information Generation Technical Standard for the Registration of Continental and Insular Geographical Names for Statistical and Geographical Purposes Technical Standard for the Generation of Digital Elevation Models for Geographical Purposes Technical Standard for the Generation, Collection and Integration of Cadastral and Registry Data for Statistical and Geographical Purposes Technical Standard of Positional Accuracy Standards Technical Standard for the National Geodetic System Agreement for the use of the Catalog of Generic Terms of Submarine Relief Forms Guidelines for the use and updating of the Catalog of Types of Natural and Induced Vegetation of Mexico for Statistical and Geographical Purposes Guidelines for the exchange of Cadastral Information for Statistical and Geographical Purposes
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Score: 652214.2 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...ation-mexico-snieg-inegi_0.pdf
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Traditional Names Article 5 Traditional geographical or non-geographical names designating a geographical origin of a product or a service, which satisfy the requirements referred to in Articles 3 and 4 of this Law may be protected only with a designation of origin. (...) Additional Protection of the Right of Use Article 23 (1) The name protected by a geographical indications may not be used for the products or services which do not have the same origin as that indicated by the geographical indication, even if the true geographical origin is indicated, or if the name of the geographical indication is translated, or accompanied by some additional expressions. (2) The provisions under paragraph (1) of this Article shall not apply when a geographical indication is the same or similar to the personal name used in the course of trade as the name of a company, or otherwise in business relations, if not misleading the public as to the true origin of a product or a service, which is specified in more detail in the Regulations. (...) Infringement of the Rights Article 25 The users of a geographical indication may request the prohibition of the acts infringing the rights in the geographical indication as follows: 1. any direct or indirect unauthorized use of a geographical indication for the products that are identical or comparable to the registered products for the purpose of acquiring financial gain; 2. any unauthorized use of a geographical indication, even if the true geographical origin of the product is indicated, or a geographical indication is translated, or accompanied by additional expressions; 9 3. any use of a geographical indication that is detrimental to, or takes advantage of the reputation of a protected geographical indication; 4. any use of false or misleading information as to the geographical origin, nature and quality of a product or a service on the packaging, advertising materials or other documents, giving the impression of the relation between a product or a service and a protected geographical indication; 5. any other practice liable to mislead the public as to the geographical origin of a product or a service.
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Score: 652110.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/hrv_e/WTACCHRV57_LEG_6.pdf
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Straight lines joining the following points: (1) Point 1, situated at the point where the thalweg of the Shatt/El-Arab intersects the straight line joining the two banks of the mouth of the Shatt El-Arab at the low-water line. (2) Point 2, situated at the mouth of the Behregan, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 29°59'50" N and longitude 49°33'55" E. (3) Point 3, situated on the south coast of Kharg Island, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 29°12'29" N and longitude 50°18'40" E. (4) Point 4, situated on the south coast of Nakhilu Island, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 27°50'40" N and longitude 51°27'15" E. (5) Point 5, situated on Lavan Island, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 26°47'25" N and longitude 53°13'00" E. (6) Point 6, situated on the south-west coast of Kish Island, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 26°30'55" N and longitude 53°55'10" E. (7) Point 7, situated on the south-east coast of Kish Island, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 26°30'10" N and longitude 53°59'20" E. (8) Point 8, situated at Ras-o-Shenas, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 26°29'35" N and longitude 54°47'20"E. (9) Point 9, situated on the south-west coast of Qeshm Island, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 26°32'25" N and longitude 55°60'55" E. (10) Point 10, situated on the south coast of Hengam Island, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 26°36'40" N and longitude 55°51'50" E. (11) Point 11, situated on the south coast of Larak Island, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 26°49'30" N and longitude 56°21'50" E. (12) Point 12, situated on the east coast of Larak Island, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 26°51'15" N and longitude 56°24'05" E. (13) Point 13, situated on the east coast of Hormoz Island, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude Page 2 National legislation - DOALOS/OLA - United Nations asdf 27°02'30" N and longitude 56°29'40" E. (14) Point 14, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 27°08'30" N and longigude 56°35'40" E. (15) Point 15, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 25°47'10" N and longitude 57°19'55" E. (16) Point 16, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 25°38'10" N and longitude 57°45'30" E. (17) Point 17, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 25°33'20" N and longitude 58°05'20" E. (18) Point 18, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 25°24'05" N and longitude 59°05'40" E. (19) Point 19, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 25°23'45" N and longitude 59°35'00" E. (20) Point 20, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 25°19'20" N and longitude 60°12'10" E. (21) Point 21, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 25°17'25" N and longitude 60°24'50" E. (22) Point 22, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 25°16'36" N and longitude 60°27'30" E. (23) Point 23, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 25°16'20" N and longitude 60°36'40" E. (24) Point 24, whose geographical co-ordinates are: latitude 25°03'30" N and longitude 61°25'00" E. (25) Point 25, situated at the point of intersection of the meridian 61°37'03" E and the straight line joining the shorelines at the entrance of the Gwadar Gulf at the low-water line. (...) The baseline used for measuring the breadth of the territorial sea of Iran is shown on the Map of the Persian Gulf, the first edition of which was published in Shahrivar 1349 (September 1970) by the National Geographical Organization of Iran, on a scale of 1:1,500,000, and is attached to the present Decree.
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Score: 651496.14 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...S/PDFFILES/IRN_1973_Decree.pdf
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Article 5. Register of Geographical Indications (1) The Registrar shall establish and maintain a Register of Geographical Indications in accordance with this Law. (2) The Register shall be kept in such form as the Registrar considers appropriate, and may be kept in electronic form. (...) Eligibility for Protection as a Geographical Indication (1) To be eligible for protection as a geographical indication, a proposed indication must meet the criteria for geographical indications as set out in Article 3 of this Law, as demonstrated by the application and supporting documentation. (2) A proposed geographical indication shall not be ineligible for protection solely on the ground that it relates to a geographical origin, or part of a geographical origin, to which another protected geographical indication relates. (3) No indication may be registered or protected as a geographical indication if, although literally true as to the territory, region or locality in which the goods originate, it falsely represents to the public that the goods originate in another territory. (...) Registration Promptly upon making a positive final determination, the Register shall enter the geographical indication into the register. (1) The registry entry for a geographical indication shall specify: 1- the name of the geographical indication 2- the good or class of goods to which the geographical indication applies; 3- the boundaries relating to the geographical indication; 4- the conditions, if any, relating to the geographical indication; 5- the name of the responsible authority in relation to the geographical indication; and 6- the producers verified by the responsible authority as meeting the criteria to use the geographical indication in trade.
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Score: 651155.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/afg_e/WTACCAFG21_LEG_1.pdf
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Article 5. Register of Geographical Indications (1) The Registrar shall establish and maintain a Register of Geographical Indications in accordance with this Law. (2) The Register shall be kept in such form as the Registrar considers appropriate, and may be kept in electronic form. (...) Eligibility for Protection as a Geographical Indication (1) To be eligible for protection as a geographical indication, a proposed indication must meet the criteria for geographical indications as set out in Article 3 of this Law, as demonstrated by the application and supporting documentation. (2) A proposed geographical indication shall not be ineligible for protection solely on the ground that it relates to a geographical origin, or part of a geographical origin, to which another protected geographical indication relates. (3) No indication may be registered or protected as a geographical indication if, although literally true as to the territory, region or locality in which the goods originate, it falsely represents to the public that the goods originate in another territory. (...) Registration Promptly upon making a positive final determination, the Register shall enter the geographical indication into the register. (1) The registry entry for a geographical indication shall specify: 1- the name of the geographical indication 2- the good or class of goods to which the geographical indication applies; 3- the boundaries relating to the geographical indication; 4- the conditions, if any, relating to the geographical indication; 5- the name of the responsible authority in relation to the geographical indication; and 6- the producers verified by the responsible authority as meeting the criteria to use the geographical indication in trade.
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Score: 651155.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/afg_e/WTACCAFG7A1_LEG_6.pdf
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Microsoft Word - Geographical inidcations.doc LAW FOR THE PROTECTION OF GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS Article 1: In implementing the provisions of this law, whatever is used to define a commodity from any other, on account of its geographical origin and environment, in any country, region or location, is considered a geographical indication. (...) B) Geographical indications that are indecent, or violate the public system. C) Unprotected geographical indications, or have lost protection, or is disused in its country of origin.
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Score: 650099.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/omn_e/WTACCOMN24_LEG_8.pdf
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Article 12: The Content of Industrial Property Rights to Geographical IndicationsPersons entitled to use geographical indications have the right to display such indications on goods, packaging or business communication documents for the purpose of marketing the goods; The right to use geographical indications shall not be transferred. Article 13: Term of the Protection of Industrial Property Rights to Geographical IndicationsThe right to use the geographical indications shall be protected as long as all the conditions regarding geographical indications prescribed in paragraph 1, Article 10 and the conditions regarding manufacturing activities of those persons entitled to use the geographical indications as prescribed in Article 11 of this Decree are fully met. (...) Article 19: Acts of Infringing the Industrial Property Rights to Geographical IndicationsActs of infringing industrial property rights to geographical indications include: Using any commercial indications which are identical or similar to a geographical indication currently under protection, and thus causing a misconception about the origin of the goods.
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Score: 649473.05 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM33A1_LEG_3.pdf
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