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Microsoft Word - WTACCJOR29_LEG_11 Amman, Jordan October 11, 1999 TRIPS-TRADEMARKS CONFORMITY TABLE 1 International Agreements The Draft Law Amending The Trademarks Law (as adopted by the parliament-September 1999) Comments Article 2 of TRIPS stipulates that members shall comply with Articles 1 through 12 and Article 19 of the Paris Convention The Parliament of Jordan approved in September 1999 amendments to its Trademarks Law No. 33 of 1952 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 2 Paris Not in violation, since the trademarks law and draft law amending the trademarks law do not violate the National Treatment Article 3 Paris Not in violation Article 4 Paris Article 15 ( Amending Article 41) Article 5/B Paris With regard to industrial designs, Jordan prepared a draft law in this area Article 5/C/1 Paris Article 10 ( Amending Article 22/1) Article 5/C/2 Paris Article 10 (Amending Article 22/2) Article 5/C/3 Paris Article 11 ( Amending Article 26/C) Article 5/D Paris Not in violation Article 5 bis (1) Paris Shall be determined in a regulation issued for this purpose Article 5 quinquies Paris Covers the protection of industrial designs, There is a separate law for industrial designs Article 6 Paris The conditions of filing and registering trademarks are stipulated in the Original Law and regulations Article 6 bis (1) Paris Articles 5 & 11 (Amending Articles 26/A) Article 6 bis (2) Paris Article 12 Article 6 bis (3) Paris Article 11 (Amending Article 26) Article 6 ter Paris Article 5 Article 6 quarter Paris Article 7 ( Amending Article 19) In relation with Article 21 TRIPS Article 6 quinquies Paris Articles 8 & 15 (Amending Article 41) Article 6 sexies Paris Articles 2 & 16 (Amending Article 43) Article 6 septies Paris Articles 14 & 25/5 of the Original Law Amman, Jordan October 11, 1999 TRIPS-TRADEMARKS CONFORMITY TABLE 2 International Agreements The Draft Law Amending The Trademarks Law (as adopted by the parliament-September 1999) Comments Article 7 Paris Not in violation Article 7 bis Paris Article 6 (Amending Article 10) Article 8 Paris Trade Names addressed in the Law on Registration of Trade Names No. 30, 1953 Article 9 Paris Article 14 (Amending Article 39) Article 10 Paris False indications are covered in the Goods Merchandise Law No. 19, 1953 Article 10 bis Paris Jordan plans to enact a draft law on unfair competition Article 10 ter Paris Covered in the Constitution and other Jordanian Laws Article 11 Paris Article 15 (Amending Article 41) 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 15 (1) TRIPS Article 4 (Amending Article 7) Article 15 (2) TRIPS Not in violation, see Article 8 of the Original Law Article 15 (3) TRIPS Not in violation Article 15 (4) TRIPS Not in violation Article 15 (5) TRIPS Article 14 of the Original Law Article 16 (1) TRIPS Article 11 (Amending Article 26/A) Article 16 (2) TRIPS Article 16 (Amending Article 43) & 2 ( Definition of a trademark) Article 16 (3) TRIPS Article 11 (Amending Article 26/B) Article 17 TRIPS Not in violation, because the Article gives the countries the right to provide limited exceptions to the rights conferred by a trademark Article 18 TRIPS Article 8 ( Amending Article 20) Article 19 (1) TRIPS Article 10 (Amending Article 22/1) Article 19 (2) TRIPS Article 10 (Amending Article 22/2) Article 20 TRIPS Not in violation Article 21 TRIPS Article 7 ( Amending Article 19) 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 -Article 10 (Amending Article Article 9 & 10 Of the High Amman, Jordan October 11, 1999 TRIPS-TRADEMARKS CONFORMITY TABLE 3 International Agreements The Draft Law Amending The Trademarks Law (as adopted by the parliament-September 1999) Comments 22/3) -Article 12 (Amending Article 34) -Article 14/5 of the Original Law -Article 18/2 of the Original Law -Article 23/1 of the Original Law -Article 24/1 of the Original Law -Article 25/1&2 of the Original Law -Article 27/5 of the Original Law -Article 28/3 of the Original Law Court of Justice Law Article 41 (5) TRIPS General provision Article 42 TRIPS Article 3/1/A (Amending Article 3) 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 of the Code of Civil Procedures Article 37 of the Evidence Law Article 355/5 of the Criminal Law There is also a draft law for the Trade Secrets Article 43 (1) TRIPS Evidence Law 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 14 ( Amending Article 39/1/A) Article 45 (1) TRIPS Articles 256- 272, 66, 48, and Amman, Jordan October 11, 1999 TRIPS-TRADEMARKS CONFORMITY TABLE 4 International Agreements The Draft Law Amending The Trademarks Law (as adopted by the parliament-September 1999) Comments 49 of the Civil Law Article 45 (2) TRIPS Articles 161 and 166 of the Code of Civil Procedures Article 46 TRIPS Article 14 ( Amending Article 39/4) Articles 30 and 31 of the Criminal Law Article 47 TRIPS Not an obligatory provision Article 48 (1) TRIPS Article 14 (Amending Article 39/3) 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 14 (Amending Article 39/2/A) Articles 3/2, 32, 115/4 of the Code of Civil Procedures Article 50 (2&3) TRIPS Article 14 ( Amending Article 39/2/A) 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 14 (Amending Article 39/2/B) Article 50 (7) TRIPS Article 14 (Amending Article 39/3) Articles 66 and 256 of the Civil Law Article 50 (8) TRIPS General provision Articles 51- 60 TRIPS Covered under the Customs Regime Articles 61 TRIPS Article 13 ( Amending Article 38) Seizure Articles 30 and 31 of the Criminal Law, see also Jordan’s implementation of TRIPS Article 46 (see above)
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Score: 815247.46 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/jor_e/WTACCJOR29_LEG_11.pdf
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The Governmental Committee for Negotiating the External Debt was created after the Decision of the Council of Ministers No. 429, dated 30/08/1993. This was obligatory and very urgent because Albania was owing money to private banks of European countries, banks that could totally isolate the Albanian Government with their pressure. (...) The development and the completion of the legal framework One of the most important objectives of the above Decision of the Council of Ministers was the preparation of the required legal framework for the transfer of the inherited debt from the enterprises and the institutions owing it to the Albanian Government behalf represented by the Ministry of Finance. This was obligatory, as the pressure of the foreign creditors towards the former-foreign trade enterprises by mean of Courts was relevant. (...) In this conditions the proclamation of the Moratorium became crucial, because this law would have an impact not only in the public administration but also in the judiciary system, avoiding the obligatory court orders and their execution. At the same time the deadline for preparing the legal framework for transferring the debt from the Institutions and the Enterprises owing it to the Albanian Government represented from the Ministry of Finance, would have been created.
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Score: 814662.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/alb_e/WTACCALB27_LEG_1.pdf
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Cucu 3 - Creation of Information Centers on the technical regulations and/or standards normative documents; - Obligatory information submission to WTO/TBT Informational Center regarding technical regulations that are in the elaboration and approval process ; - Proposals to WTO/TBT Informational Center regarding the technical regulations and their final versions, for their subsequent publication in “Standards Bulletin” - the official publication of Department of Technical Supervision Standardization and Metrology. 6 months, permanently Ministries and Departments Mr. (...) Manoli not provide a less advantageous treatment compared to like national products. - imported goods shall not be subjected, directly or indirectly, to internal taxes or any other internal taxes higher than those applied, directly or indirectly, to domestic goods. 6. The obligatory notifications prepared according to the WTO Agreements will be submitted to the Ministry of Economy and Reforms with 10 days before the deadline set for WTO Secretariat notification. (The list of obligatory notifications was approved by Government Decision no. 933 from 11 October 1999 ”on the commitments of Republic of Moldova within the accession to WTO”) Permanently Ministries and Departments Mr.
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Score: 814662.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/mol_e/WTACCMOL38_LEG_1.pdf
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It was signed in Berlin in 1906, at which time the Final Protocol, Service Regulations, and the Additional Agreement providing for obligatory intercommunication between ships without distinction as to the system used were also approved.  
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Score: 802784.86 - https://www.itu.int/pub/R-GEN-CRI-2016
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The “Medical Checkup Card” information system being implemented nationwide for obligatory groups of population needs systematic occupational medical checkups.
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Score: 802784.86 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...Exhibition%20catalogue_138.pdf
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Coordonatele analizei noastre au drept subiect atât accesul la serviciile medicale al copiilor tipici cât și al celor atipici, care au nevoie de o urmărire atentă, pluridisciplinară, obligatorie pentru a putea dobândi abilitățile psiho-motorii necesare recuperării.
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Score: 802784.86 - https://www.unicef.org/romania...le-pediatrice-din-rom%C3%A2nia
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Both standards include monitoring for diseases, the obligatory notification of clinical signs in registered farms and sampling by official veterinarians, activities that unconditionally require knowledge on diseases, farm production, normal appearance of the farmed species, and recognition of any changes that could lead to the suspicion of disease occurrence.
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Score: 802784.86 - https://www.fao.org/inland-fis...es/topics/detail/en/c/1147086/
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. • The sustainable, flexible and efficient agriculture and food security is a priority for the EU and its member states Food waste figures of Hungary 1,8 million tons food waste/year 33% of this is generated in households 68kg/capita/year food waste 33kg/capita/year food waste could be avoided by conscious shopping Food waste prevention in Hungary • Hungary builds on the voluntary approach and the social responsibility of the market players instead of strict and obligatory regulations • We build a food waste prevention model where the key focus is on voluntarism, and the co-operation of the governmental, non-governmental and market players • Instead of regulation it is more important to maintain the motivation of the market players with positive incentives and to enhance the co-ordination activities • Regarding the regulation it is important to eliminate the legal barriers and to map the regulatory possibilities for food waste prevention Examples that works • Simplification of the regulation of the food donation where the retail traders and producers can offer food for charity purposes.
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Score: 801530 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa..._6_Ms._Terz_Krisztina_Szab.pdf
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In the event that a geographical object, the name of which is applied for as an appellation of origin, is situated in the territory of the Republic of Tajikistan an application shall be accompanied by a statement issued by a competent authority and serving to confirm that the applicant produces goods the special properties of which are determined by the natural conditions and(or) human factors specific to such geographical object; In the event that a geographical object, the name of which is applied for as an appellation of origin, is situated outside the territory of the Republic of Tajikistan an application shall be accompanied by a document certifying the applicant’s right in the appellation of origin applied for in the country of origin of the good; An application shall be accompanied by a document evidencing payment of the obligatory payment for filing in the established amount; The documents accompanying an application shall be filed in the official or another language. (...) Decisions of the Appeal Board made on oppositions and requests, filed in the order set forth in Articles 19, 20 of this Law shall be approved by the Head of the Patent Office and shall come into force from the date of their approval and may be appealed against in court in conformity with legislation of the Republic of Tajikistan. Article 24. Obligatory payments and a procedural payment 1. For filing an application, registration and issuing a certificate, extension of the registration and reinstatement of missed terms as well as for all other legally significant acts connected with registration and extension of the term of validity of a certificate, obligatory payments shall be charged. 2. For carrying out examination, entering amendments and corrections in the documents of the application, publication of particulars of an appellation of origin, consideration of oppositions and requests by the Appeal Board, as well as for other acts connected with examination of the application the Patent Office shall charge a procedural payment. 3. Obligatory payments and a procedural payment shall be paid by the applicant, right holder, or, in agreement with them, by any legal entity or natural person.
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Score: 800238.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK13A3_LEG_1.pdf
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