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Microsoft Word - WTACCJOR29_LEG_15 Amman, Jordan October 11, 1999 TRIPS-PATENT CONFORMITY TABLE 1 International Agreements Patent Draft Law (as adopted by the Parliament-September 1999) Comments Article 2 of TRIPS stipulates that countries shall comply with Articles 1 through 12, and Article 19, of the Paris Convention Jordan is preparing a new law on Patents which has been adopted by the Parliament in September 1999 Article 1 (1) Paris Has an international implication Article 1 (2) Paris Jordan is enacting laws on Patents, Industrial Designs and Models, Trademarks, and Unfair Competition Article 1 (4) Paris Article 18 Article 2 Paris Not in violation, the Article covers the National Treatment Article 3 Paris Not in violation Article 4 Paris Article 10 Article 4 bis Paris Not in violation Article 4 ter Paris Article 11 Article 4 quarter Paris Not in violation Article 5/A/1 Paris Not in violation Article 5/A/2,3,4 Paris Article 22 In relation with Article 31 TRIPS Article 5/A/5 Paris Utility Models are not covered in Jordanian Laws Article 5/B Paris In relation with industrial designs, there is a separate law for industrial designs and models Article 5/D Paris Not in violation Article 5 bis (1) Paris Article 30/A/3 Article 5 bis (2) Paris Not in violation Article 5 ter Paris Not in violation, since the draft law for Patents did not consider the acts mentioned in this Article as violations Article 5 quarter Paris Article 21/A/2 Article 5 quinquies Paris There is a separate Law for industrial designs and models Article 10 Paris False indications are in the Goods Merchandise Law No. 19 for the year 1953 Article 10 bis Paris Jordan is enacting a separate law on Unfair Competition Article 10 ter Paris Covered in the Constitution and other Jordanian laws Article 11 Paris Article 20 Article 12 Paris There is a Department in the Ministry of Industry and Trade for the Protection of Industrial Property Article 19 Paris Has an international implication Article 27 (1) TRIPS Articles 2&3 Article 27 (2) TRIPS Article 4/A Article 27 (3) TRIPS Article 4 /C &D &E Article 28 (1) TRIPS Article 21/A Amman, Jordan October 11, 1999 TRIPS-PATENT CONFORMITY TABLE 2 International Agreements Patent Draft Law (as adopted by the Parliament-September 1999) Comments Article 28 (2) TRIPS Article 21/B Article 29 (1) TRIPS Article 8/A/1 Article 29 (2) TRIPS Article 8/A/2 Article 30 TRIPS Article 21/C Article 31 (A) TRIPS Article 23/A Article 31 (B) TRIPS Article 23/B Article 31 (C ) TRIPS Article 23/C Article 31(D) TRIPS Article 23/D Article 31 (E) TRIPS Article 23/E Article 31 ( F) TRIPS Article 23/F Article 31 ( G) TRIPS Article 24 Article 31 ( H) TRIPS Article 23/G Article 31 (I) TRIPS Article 26 Article 31 (J) TRIPS Article 26 Article 31 (K) TRIPS Article 23/ B & F Article 31 (L) TRIPS Not in violation Article 32 TRIPS Articles 8/C and 30/C/2 Article 33 TRIPS Article 17 Article 34 Article 34 Article 41 (1) TRIPS General provision Article 41 (2) TRIPS General provision Article 41 (3) TRIPS Article 160 Code of Civil Procedures Article 41 (4) TRIPS Articles 8/C, 26, and 30/C/2 Articles 9 &10 of the High Court of Justice Law Article 41 (5) TRIPS General provision Article 42 TRIPS Article 7/ A/1 Notification Articles 56, 57, 58/2, 59/3 of the Code of Civil Procedures Representation by legal counsel Article 63/1 of the Code of Civil Procedures and the Bar Association Law Personal Appearance Article 63/1 of the Code of Civil Procedures, and Articles 168, 169 of the Code of Criminal Procedures Evidence Article 57 of the Code of Civil Procedures ( Plaintiff), Article 59 of the Code of Civil Procedures ( Defendant), and Article 157 of the Code of Criminal Procedures Confidential Information Article 51/1 of the Code of Civil Procedures Article 37 of the Evidence Law Article 355/3 of the Criminal Law There is also a draft law on Trade Secrets Article 43 (1) TRIPS Evidence Law Amman, Jordan October 11, 1999 TRIPS-PATENT CONFORMITY TABLE 3 International Agreements Patent Draft Law (as adopted by the Parliament-September 1999) Comments Articles 20, 21, 22, and 23 Code of Civil Procedures Articles 100 and 107 Article 43 (2) TRIPS Article 107 of the Code of Civil Procedures Article 44 TRIPS Article 33/A/1 Article 45 (1) TRIPS Article 32/C Article 256-272&66&48&49 of the Civil Law Article 45 (2) TRIPS Articles 161 and 166 of the Code of Civil Procedures Article 46 TRIPS Article 33/G Articles 30 and 31 of the Criminal Law Article 47 TRIPS Not an obligatory provision Article 48 (1) TRIPS Article 33/E Articles 66 and 256 of the Civil Law ( Damages), and Article 166 of the Code of Civil Procedures ( Expenses and Attorney’s fees) Article 48 (2) TRIPS Article 61 of the Criminal Law Article 49 TRIPS General provision Article 50 (1) TRIPS Article 33/B Articles 3/2, 32, 115/4 of the Code of Civil Procedures Article 50 (2&3) TRIPS Article 33/B Article 33/1 of the Code of Civil Procedures Article 50 (4) TRIPS Article 50 ( 5) TRIPS Not an obligatory provision Article 50 (6) TRIPS Article 33/C Article 50 (7) TRIPS Article 33/E Articles 66 & 256 of the Civil Law Article 50 (8) TRIPS General provision Articles 51- 60 TRIPS Covered under the customs regime Articles 61 TRIPS Article 32 Seizure Articles 30 and 31 of the Criminal Law, see Jordan’s implementation for TRIPS Article 46 (above)
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Score: 925980.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/jor_e/WTACCJOR29_LEG_15.pdf
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The government introduced a transparent payment system through a Project Bank Account (PBA). This makes it obligatory for clients to make payment within seven days of receiving an invoice and workers employed by subcontractors are then paid within four days. (...) In Belgium and Greece, the principal contractor is obliged to pay the wages of workers of subcontractors if the latter fails to do so and in Germany and France principal contractors have to make obligatory checks and reports. Due to extensive subcontracting and outsourcing of labour, construction sites often comprise a mix of nationalities employed by different construction firms, many of which are small.
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Score: 925980.7 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_618263.pdf
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Zoran Branković, Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Postal Services (RATEL), Serbia (“ An Overview of 4G Implementation Status in Serbia”) [20:30] Cocktail or gala dinner (invitation card obligatory) 28 September: Day Two [9:00 – 10:30] Session Two: Review of the Implementation of the Regional Initiatives for Europe Adopted at the World Telecommunication Development Conference 2014 (WTDC-14) with Emphasis on Lessons Learned (Part Two) · Implementation of Regional Initiatives for Europe: Challenges, Opportunities, Commitments · Ensuring access to telecommunications/ICTs, in particular for persons with disabilities · Mr Dejan Masliković, CEO, ProForma, Serbia · Entrepreneurship, innovation and youth · Ms Elda Zenelaj , Coordinator in the Unit for Electronic Communications, Postal Services and Integration Department of Innovation and Good Governance, Minister of State for Innovation and Public Administration, Albania (“Entrepreneurship, Youth and Innovation: the Albanian Experience”) · Ms Katarzyna Bis-Płaza , Head of Unit, Ministry of Digital Affairs, Poland (“Innovation in Governance: Effective Introduction of mID on the national level”) · Building confidence and security in using telecommunications/ICTs · Mr Szymon Wójcik , Empowering Children Foundation, Poland ( “Challenges for child online protection and possible answers from Polish perspective”) · Ms Natalija Radoja, Head of the Department for Regulation, Analysis and Planning, Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications, Serbia (“ Child safety and protection in the use of information and communication technologies” ) · Mr Laurent Chrzanovski, Swiss WebAcademy, Romania (“ The bright and the dark sides of awareness raising in Europe, for children safety but not only: the Romanian example”) [10:30 – 11:00] Coffee Break [11:00 – 11:20] Session Three: Updates on the ITU-D Study Groups, Membership, Academia and the European Network of Centres of Excellence · ITU-D Study Groups, Membership, Academia Mr Jaroslaw Ponder , Coordinator for Europe Region, ITU · The European Network of Centres of Excellence Ms Ilaha Rzayeva , Programme Officer, Europe Coordination, ITU [11:20 – 11:25] Technical Break [11:20 – 12:45] Session Four: Towards the World Telecommunication Development Conference 2017: Regional Emerging Trends, Challenges, Opportunities and Needs · Preparatory process for WTDC-17 Mr Jaroslaw Ponder , Coordinator for Europe Region, International Telecommunication Union (ITU) · Road to WTDC-17: Stop in Vilnius Mr Paulius Vaina , Chairman of PT on WTDC-17 of the Com-ITU CEPT and Acting Head of International and Public Relations Division, The Communications Regulatory Authority (RRT), Lithuania · Regional preparations towards WTDC by RCC Prof. (...) Vladimir Minkin, Chairman, TDAG of ITU-D and WG- ITU, and CIC, Regional Commonwealth in the Field of Communications (RCC) · Presentation of initial proposals for consideration within the framework of the regional preparatory process towards WTDC-17 Participants [12:45 – 12:50] Technical Break [12:50 – 13:00] Conclusion and Closing ceremony · Mr Jaroslaw Ponder, Europe Coordinator, International Telecommunication Union (ITU) · Mr Zoran Sekulić, Executive Director, Agency for Electronic Communications and Postal Services (EKIP), Montenegro 14:00 - 21:00 Social event - Kotor Bay cruise tour (invitation card obligatory) 1
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Score: 925980.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...DF/Final%20Agenda%20(002).docx
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To complete a draft Government Resolution on public procurement of Lithuanian goods and services from municipal and Government funds of the Republic of Lithuania. “ by 25 September 1998 Ministry of Finance, Ministry of National Economy 17. To approve new obligatory quality indicators for ethyl alcohol and alcoholic beverages in compliance with the requirements of the European Union. (...) Government Resolution No. 593 “On the Obligatory Assessment of Conformity of Construction Materials, Manufactured Articles, Products and Equipment” of 12 June 1997 (Official Gazette, 1997, No. 57– 1298), Government Resolution No. 474 “On Obligatory Certification of Electronic Household Appliances” of 22 June 1992 (Official Gazette, 1992, No. 24–729). by 15 October 1998 Ministry of Environment Order No. 160/144 “On Obligatory Certification by 15 October 1998 Ministry of National Economy 9 Measure (comments) Expected effect or substantiation Legal acts Date of implementation Responsible executive authority of Conformity to Safety Requirements for Household and General Use Electronic Devises” adopted on 29 June 1998 by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Lithuanian Standards Board under the Ministry of Public Administration Reforms and Local Authorities Government Resolution “On Obligatory Certification of Computing Machinery” of 26 June 1997 by 15 October 1998 Ministry of Communications 21.
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Score: 925112 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/ltu_e/WTACCLTU40_LEG_3.pdf
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ABOVE ALL: rules on implementation — obligatory checks — quotas for checks-reporting? Identification of specific in-depth Initiative for UNECE 66 Thank you for your attention Transport Security in the Pan-European context:selected issues and options
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Score: 924425.5 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/doc/2006/itc/itcrt_sec/pres7.pdf
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The handbook is intended primarily for teachers who teach climate change as one of the obligatory cross-curricular topics. However, it is also open to anyone else who wants to learn more about climate change on our planet.
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Score: 924425.5 - https://www.undp.org/montenegr...s/teacher-world-climate-change
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Wearing of seat belts is obligatory. Electricity Electric power is 220 V, with standard European sockets.
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Score: 924425.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...ctical_info/Miscellaneous.html
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For those without a UNOG badge, registration is obligatory. mailto:wilfred.wan@un.org
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Malaysia supports the approach that the registration of treaties or international agreements by the depositary as per Article 1, paragraph 3 should be encouraged and not be made obligatory, in accordance with Article 77 of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties 1969. 4.
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Score: 924425.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...y_framework/07mtg_malaysia.pdf
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Abstract: The document contains a general analysis of the universal service concept, with emphasis on its significance, obligatory nature and cost. 1 Introduction One of the main aspects to be covered is the reasons for which the State has to intervene (in a regulatory capacity) in order to guarantee the universalization of telecommunication services and the scope of such universalization. (...) The USO can require a subsidy if at current rates some or all of the obligatory services which are considered socially necessary operate at a loss. (...) In our analysis, a distinction has to be made between two different situations with regard to the level of universal service obligation to be established when the market is opened up to competition: a) Universal service existing before the opening up of the market, which includes cases where an exception is made to the general tariffs, e.g. pensioners with very low incomes and consumption below a certain level, unprofitable public telephones and obligatory coverage in all remote areas. b) New customers and new universal service obligations taken on after the market is liberalized.
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Score: 917557 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/stud...G1/Documents/1999/000/066e.doc
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