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The provisions of this Decree shall apply only to inventions, utility solutions, industrial designs, trademarks and appellations of origin and shall not apply to other industrial property objects. (...) Chapter 3 THE ESTABLISHMENT OF INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY RIGHTS Section 8: The Basis for Establishing Industrial Property Rights and the Rights of Creators of Inventions, Utility Solutions or Industrial Designs (1) Industrial property rights that relate to inventions, utility solutions, industrial designs, trademarks and appellations of origin (in accordance with Article 780 of the Civil Code) as well as the industrial property rights of creators of inventions, utility solutions and industrial designs (in accordance with Article 800 of the Civil Code) shall be established only on the basis of a Protection Title issued by the competent authority in accordance with the procedures provided for in this Chapter. (2) In accordance with Article 780 of the Civil Code, industrial property rights relating to trademarks may also be established on the basis of the competent State authorities’ acceptance of the protection of a trademark internationally registered under the Madrid Agreement. (3) Rights to a well-known mark arise on the basis of the use of the mark, provided that the mark is recognized by a competent State authority as a well-known mark. Section 9: Protection Titles, the Registrations of Appellations of Origin, the Acceptance of Protection for International Registration Trademarks and the Recognition of Well-Known Trademarks (1) Protection Titles issued by the competent State authority shall be the only State certificates that certify the industrial property rights of Protection Titles’ owners, the industrial property rights of creators of inventions, utility solutions and industrial designs, and that certify the scope of protection of industrial property rights.
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Score: 1007780.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM28_LEG_10.pdf
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Keywords: Law No. 6769 on Industrial Property, Turkish patent law, Turkish trademark law, Turkish design law, Turkish geographical indications ∗ Zehra Özkan (Turkey) is an academic staff at Ankara University Faculty of Law. (...) Güneş I, 'Sınai Mülkiyet Kanunu’nda Tasarım Tescili Konusundaki Yenilikler (Novelty on Process of Registering of Designs in the Industrial Property Act)' (2017) 128 Terazi Hukuk Dergisi (Terazi L. (...) Semiz Ö and Kılıç M, 'Tasarımlara Yeni Bir Çerçeve: 6769 Sayılı Sınai Mülkiyet Kanunu Üçüncü Kitap (A New Framework for Designs: The Design Clauses of Industrial Property Law No.6769)' (2017) 128 Terazi Hukuk Dergisi (Terazi L.
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Score: 991002.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...s_e/2018/chapter_14_2018_e.pdf
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It is envisaged that this paper contributes to the design of instruments, processes and procedures allowing African countries to benefit from the global opportunities presented by the intellectual property (IP) system. Key words: intellectual property, utility models, industrial designs, utilization, Kenya. 1. (...) The Industrial Property Act 2001 of Kenya provides for the definition of industrial design. 22 A registered design provides exclusive rights to the registered owner for up to 10 Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property, adopted in 1883. 11The Hague Agreement governs the international registration of industrial designs.
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Score: 986759.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._13_2018_african_edition_e.pdf
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Legal protection of objects of industrial property 1. The right in an invention and industrial design is attested by a preliminary patent and a patent and in an utility model - by a patent. 2. (...) The author has the right to assign his name or special designation to the object of industrial property unless the rights of third persons in trademarks protected in the Republic of Kazakhstan are not infringed upon. (...) A person who has started using an object of industrial property after the priority date but prior to the publication of the information on the issue of a preliminary patent for an invention, an industrial design or a patent for a utility model shall be obligated to terminate its further use upon the request of a patent owner.
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Score: 985605.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/kaz_e/WTACCKAZ20_LEG_1.pdf
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Article 1 of Decree 63-CP shall be amended as follows: " Article 1 Objectives and Scope of Application: This Decree makes detailed provisions on industrial property in order to provide guidelines for the implementation of the provisions on industrial property rights in Chapter II and the provisions on transfer of industrial property rights in Chapter III of Part 6 of the Civil Code passed by the National Assembly of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam on 28 October 1995. 2 The provisions in this Decree shall be applicable only to inventions, utility solutions, industrial designs, trademarks and appellations of origin of goods and not to other objects of industrial property. 2. (...) A certificate of protection issued by the authorised State body is the sole certificate of the State evidencing the industrial property rights of the owner who is issued with the certificate of protection or the rights 3 of the author of an invention, utility solution or industrial design and certifying the degree of protection of the industrial property right. (...) During the period from the date of publication of the application for a certificate of protection of an invention, utility solution or industrial design in the Official Gazette of Industrial Property to the date of issuance of a certificate of protection, if any person commences to use an invention, utility solution or industrial design which is identical to the invention, utility solution or industrial design stated in the application, the applicant has the right to notify that user of his or her submission of the application.
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Score: 984181.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM28_LEG_12.pdf
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Here the starting point is the obligations of the main international agreements of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) that already existed before the WTO was created:   the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property (patents, industrial designs, etc)   the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works (copyright). (...) The protection of layout designs of integrated circuits (“topographies”) in the TRIPS Agreement is provided through the incorporation of the Washington Treaty on Intellectual Property in Respect of Integrated Circuits, a treaty that was concluded under the World Intellectual Property Organization in 1989, but has not yet entered into force. (...) Share         Types of intellectual property The areas covered by the TRIPS Agreement Copyright and related rights Trademarks, including service marks Geographical indications Industrial designs Patents Layout-designs (topographies) of integrated circuits Undisclosed information, including trade secrets What’s the difference?
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Score: 982689.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...o_e/whatis_e/tif_e/agrm7_e.htm
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The summary must express the main contents of the nature of the technical solution for the purpose of information. 28 February 1998 8 Ministry of Planning and Investment and Phillips Fox Subscription 23 IX-576 6.6 The requirements with respect to form and contents of the description, drawings, request for protection, summary of invention or utility solution and other application documents in respect of inventions or utility solutions shall be stipulated by the Department of Industrial Property. 7. Requirements for applications in respect of industrial designs: In addition to the general requirements stipulated in clause 5 of this Circular, applications in respect of industrial designs must satisfy the requirements in this clause. 7.1 Applications must include the following documents: (i) three copies of the declaration for issuance of a certificate of exclusive right to an industrial design, prepared in accordance with the form issued by the Department of Industrial Property; (ii) three copies of the description of the industrial design; (iii) six sets of photos or drawings of the industrial design; (iv) document certifying the lawful right to file an application if the applicant has received the right to file the application from another person (certificate of right of inheritance, certificate or agreement of transfer of right to file an application; contract for work assignment or labour agreement), in single copy; (v) document certifying ownership rights with respect to trademark if the industrial design bears a trademark, in single copy; (vi) power of attorney (if necessary); (vii) a copy of the first application or document certifying the exhibition display if the application requests enjoyment of priority right in accordance with an international treaty, in single copy; (viii) document evidencing payment of application filing fee and application declaration fee, in single copy. 28 February 1998 8 Ministry of Planning and Investment and Phillips Fox Subscription 23 IX-577 7.2 The documents stated in clause 7.1 above shall be submitted at the same time. The following particular documents may be submitted within three months from the date of filing an application: (i) the Vietnamese version of the document in clause 7.1(ii) if the English, French or Russian version of such document has been included in the application; (ii) the documents in clause 7.1(v); (iii) the original of the document in clause 7.1(vi), if a copy has been included in the application; (iv) the document in clause 7.1(vii), including the Vietnamese translation. 7.3 The description of the industrial design must express completely and clearly the nature of the industrial design and must be in conformity with the set of photos or drawings of the industrial design and include the following contents: (i) the name of the industrial design; (ii) the international index for classification of industrial designs (in accordance with the Locarno Agreement); (iii) the field in which the products bearing the industrial design is used; (iv) any similar industrial designs already known; (v) a list of photos or drawings; (vi) the nature of the industrial design, stating clearly the basic shaping feature of the industrial design to be protected which is different from that of any similar industrial design already known. 7.4 The sets of photos or drawings must fully express the nature of the industrial design as described in order to determine the scope (quantity) of protection for the industrial design. (...) The dimensions of each photo shall not be less than ninety (90) millimetres by (x) one hundred and twenty (120) millimetres and shall not exceed two hundred and ten (210) millimetres by (x) two hundred and ninety seven (297) millimetres. 7.5 The requirements for the description and the photos and drawings of industrial designs shall be stipulated by the Department of Industrial Property. 8.
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Score: 978651.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM28_LEG_11.pdf
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The advantage of property is that the sum of the parts unambiguously gives us the whole without the risk of overlapping, whereas the sum of the households has the problem of overlapping in terms of land occupation, since there may be more than one household on the same property and one household may have more than one property. (...) We therefore have four analysis units: Property As the central unit. Owner or possessor Individual considered the proprietor or occupant of a property. (...) By combining analysis units but starting from the property, we therefore have the following groups: Property with respect to the owner or possessor Property with a single owner Properties with two or more owners Properties with respect to households Properties without households Properties with a single household Properties with two or more households Properties with respect to production units Properties without any production activity Property with one production unit Property with two or more production units Fact Sheets Fact sheet 4.1 Guide for workshops with focus groups with direct beneficiaries Fact sheet 4.2 Design and processing of household surveys Fact sheet 4.3 Diagnosis of households before starting the project External links and bibliography Voluntary guidelines on the responsible governance of tenure of land, fisheries and forests The LGAF: Land Governance Assessment Framework Global Land Tool Network: Land Administration and Information Sustainable Livelihoods Guidance Sheets VIEW THE BIBLIOGRAPHY » Extra sections With the patronage Contacts [email protected] Contact us Terms and Conditions Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                         Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 973208.2 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...uide/analysis-units-survey/en/
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Subject of intellectual property rights means the owner of a registered trademark and (or) service mark, subject of copyright or related rights, owner of a registered industrial design, their successor in title, any other person having the right to use a trademark or service mark, copyright work or object or related rights and industrial design, as well as any other natural or legal person, or a legal entity possessing no right of a legal person, which represent the aforementioned persons, including collective administration organisations representing subjects of copyright and related rights, which act in the Republic of Lithuania in accordance with the procedure prescribed by the Law on Copyright and Related Rights of the Republic of Lithuania. 2. (...) Infringing copies (pirated goods) means any goods which are copies of a work or object of related rights, or products registered as an industrial design (including copies and products constituting other goods), produced without the consent of the author, subject of related rights or owner of an industrial design, their successor in title or the person duly authorized by them, as well as goods which are copies of a work or object of related rights, or products registered as an industrial design, in relation to which the information on the management of rights of the owner, subject of related rights or owner of the industrial design has been removed or changed without the consent of the author, subject of related rights or owner of the industrial design. 4. (...) Notification of the appeal to court and the court decision The subject of intellectual property rights shall immediately notify the Customs Department under the Ministry of Finance of: 1) the appeal with the statement of action by the subject of intellectual property rights and the act of inspection (examination) of goods drawn up by the said subject to the court, which, as a first instance court; investigates civil actions concerning the protection of intellectual property rights in accordance with the procedure established by legislation; 2) the final court decision adopted in accordance with the Law on Copyright and Related Rights, the Law on Industrial Design or the Law on Trademarks and Service Marks; 3) in cases and following the procedure established by legislation, the court decision to apply provisional measures necessary for the execution of the final court decision.
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Score: 972858.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/ltu_e/WTACCLTU44_LEG_4.pdf
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Violating Provisions on the Protection of Industrial Property Rights (Article 9 of the Decree) 6 Violations outlined in Article 9 of this Decree are acts infringing industrial property rights with respect to inventions, utility solutions, industrial designs, trademarks or appellations of origin that are under protection. (...) This is to say that the organization or individual have been identified as the owner of the international registration by the international Bureau of the WIPO where Vietnam is designated, and that the National Office of Industrial Property has certified that the registration has been accepted in Vietnam; c) "The legal transferee of industrial property rights" is the organization or the person to whom the ownership of industrial property rights in respect of inventions, utility solutions, industrial designs, or trademarks has been assigned, and who has been indicated as "the assignor" in the Certificate for registration of Agreement on the assignment of industrial property rights issued by the National Office of Industrial Property; d) "The lawful transferee of industrial property rights" is also the organization or the person to whom the right to use an invention, a utility solution, an industrial property or a trademark has been awarded. (...) The basis for determining infringing elements is the scope of protection of the industrial design, including new shaping features which are different from the known industrial design as described in the patent for industrial design or Certificate for registration of industrial designs granted under the Ordinance on the protection of industrial property rights.
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Score: 965650.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM28_LEG_16.pdf
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