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Individual Fees under the Hague Agreement (July 2014)

Individual Designation Fees at the International Application Stage

    Swiss francs
African Intellectual Property Organization (OAPI) for a single deposit 83
  for a multiple deposit 124
  Applicants from LDCs 1 :  
  – for a single deposit 8
  – for a multiple deposit 12
European Union for each design 67
Hungary for the first design 84
  for each additional design 20
Kyrgyzstan for the first design 129
  for each additional design 64
Republic of Korea 2 for each design 210
Republic of Moldova for the first design 89
  for each additional design 9

Individual Designation Fees at the Renewal Stage (under the 1999 Act only)

    Swiss francs
African Intellectual Property Organization (OAPI) for each design 190
European Union for each design 34
Hungary for the first design 84
  for each additional design 20
Kyrgyzstan for the first design 64
  for each additional design 6
Republic of Korea 3 First renewal:  for each design 339
  Second renewal:  for each design 800
  Third renewal:  for each design 923
Republic of Moldova for the first design 128
  for each additional design 13
  1. [WIPO Note]: Recommendation adopted by the Assembly of the Hague Union:
    "Contracting Parties that make, or that have made, a declaration under Article 7(2) of the 1999 Act or under Rule 36(1) of the Common Regulations are encouraged to indicate, in that declaration or in a new declaration, that for international applications filed by applicants whose sole entitlement is a connection with a Least Developed Country, in accordance with the list established by the United Nations, or with an intergovernmental organization the majority of whose member States are Least Developed Countries, the individual fee payable with respect to their designation is reduced to 10 per cent of the fixed amount (rounded, where appropriate, to the nearest full figure). Those Contracting Parties are further encouraged to indicate that the reduction also applies in respect of an international application filed by an applicant whose entitlement is not solely a connection with such an intergovernmental organization, provided that any other entitlement of the applicant is a connection with a Contracting Party which is a Least Developed Country or, if not a Least Developed Country, is a member State of that intergovernmental organization and the international application is governed exclusively by the 1999 Act."
  2. For international applications for designs belonging to classes 2, 5 and 19 of the Locarno Classification, level 3 of the standard designation fee applies.
  3. For the renewal of international registrations of designs belonging to classes 2, 5 and 19 of the Locarno Classification, the standard designation fee applies.

 

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