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Madrid system: Schedule of Fees

Schedule of fees prescribed by the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement and the Madrid Protocol (in force on September 1, 2008).

  Swiss francs
1. International applications governed exclusively by the Agreement. The following fees shall be payable and shall cover 10 years:  
1.1 Basic fee (Article 8(2)(a) of the Agreement)1  
1.1.1 where no reproduction of the mark is in color 653
1.1.2 where any reproduction of the mark is in color 903
1.2 Supplementary fee for each class of goods and services beyond three classes (Article 8(2)(b) of the Agreement) 100
1.3 Complementary fee for the designation of each designated Contracting State (Article 8(2)(c) of the Agreement) 100
2. International applications governed exclusively by the Protocol The following fees shall be payable and shall cover 10 years:  
2.1 Basic fee (Article 8(2)(i) of the Protocol)1  
2.1.1 where no reproduction of the mark is in color 653
2.1.2 where any reproduction of the mark is in color 903
2.2 Supplementary fee for each class of goods and services beyond three classes (Article 8(2)(ii) of the Protocol), except if only Contracting Parties in respect of which individual fees (see 2.4, below) are payable are designated (see Article 8(7)(a)(i) of the Protocol) 100
2.3 Complementary fee for the designation of each designated Contracting Party (Article 8(2)(iii) of the Protocol), except if the designated Contracting Party is a Contracting Party in respect of which an individual fee is payable (see 2.4 below) (see Article 8(7)(a)(ii) of the Protocol) 100
2.4 Individual fee for the designation of each designated Contracting Party in respect of which an individual fee (rather than a complementary fee) is payable (see Article 8(7)(a) of the Protocol) except where the designated Contracting Party is a State bound (also) by the Agreement and the Office of origin is the Office of a State bound (also) by the Agreement (in respect of such a Contracting Party, a complementary fee is payable): the amount of the individual fee is fixed by each Contracting Party concerned  
3. International applications governed by both the Agreement and the Protocol The following fees shall be payable and shall cover 10 years:  
3.1 Basic fee1  
3.1.1 where no reproduction of the mark is in color 653
3.1.2 where any reproduction of the mark is in color 903
3.2 Supplementary fee for each class of goods and services beyond three classes 100
3.3 Complementary fee for the designation of each designated Contracting Party in respect of which an individual fee is not payable(see 3.4, below) 100
3.4 Individual fee for the designation of each designated Contracting Party in respect of which an individual fee is payable (see Article 8(7)(a) of the Protocol), except where the designated Contracting Party is a State bound (also) by the Agreement and the Office of origin is the Office of a State bound (also) by the Agreement (in respect of such a Contracting Party, a complementary fee is payable): the amount of the individual fee is fixed by each Contracting Party concerned.  
4. Irregularities with respect to the classification of goods and services The following fees shall be payable (Rule 12(1)(b)):  
4.1 Where the goods and services are not grouped in classes 77 plus 4 per term in excess of 20
4.2 Where the classification, as appearing in the application, of one or more terms is incorrect  provided that, where the total amount due under this item in respect of an international application is less than 150 Swiss francs, no fees shall be payable 20 plus 4 per incorrectly classified term
5. Designation subsequent to international registration The following fees shall be payable and shall cover the period between the effective date of the designation and the expiry of the then current term of the international registration:  
5.1 Basic fee 300
5.2 Complementary fee for each designated Contracting Party indicated in the same request where an individual fee is not payable in respect of such designated Contracting Party (see 5.3, below) 100
5.3 Individual fee for the designation of each designated Contracting Party in respect of which an individual fee (rather than a complementary fee) is payable (see Article 8(7)(a) of the Protocol) except where the designated Contracting Party is a State bound (also) by the Agreement and the Office of the Contracting Party of the holder is the Office of a State bound (also) by the Agreement (in respect of such a Contracting Party, a complementary fee is payable): the amount of the individual fee is fixed by each Contracting Party concerned  
6. Renewal The following fees shall be payable and shall cover 10 years:  
6.1 Basic fee 653
6.2 Supplementary fee, except if the renewal is made only for designated Contracting Parties in respect of which individual fees are payable (see 6.4, below) 100
6.3 Complementary fee for each designated Contracting Party in respect of which an individual fee is not payable (see 6.4, below) 100
6.4 Individual fee for the designation of each designated Contracting Party in respect of which an individual fee (rather than a complementary fee) is payable (see Article 8(7)(a) of the Protocol) except where the designated Contracting Party is a State bound (also) by the Agreement and the Office of the Contracting Party of the holder is the Office of a State bound (also) by the Agreement (in respect of such a Contracting Party, a complementary fee is payable): the amount of the individual fee is fixed by each Contracting Party concerned  
6.5 Surcharge for the use of the period of grace 50% of the amount of the fee payable under item 6.1
7. Miscellaneous recordings  
7.1 Total transfer of an international registration 177
7.2 Partial transfer (for some of the goods and services or for some of the Contracting Parties) of an international registration 177
7.3 Limitation requested by the holder subsequent to international registration, provided that, if the limitation affects more than one Contracting Party, it is the same for all 177
7.4 Change of name and/or address of the holder of one or more international registrations for which recordal of the same change is requested in the same request 150
7.5 Recording of a license in respect of an international registration or amendment of the recording of a license 177
8. Information concerning international registrations  
8.1 Establishing a certified extract from the International Register consisting of an analysis of the situation of an international registration (detailed certified extract),  
up to three pages 155
for each page after the third 10
8.2 Establishing a certified extract from the International Register consisting of a copy of all publications, and of all notifications of refusal, made with respect to an international registration (simple certified extract),  
up to three pages 77
for each page after the third 2
8.3 A single attestation or information in writing  
for a single international registration 77
for each additional international registration if the same information is requested in the same request 10
8.4 Reprint or photocopy of the publication of an international registration, per page 5
9. Special services The International Bureau is authorized to collect a fee, whose amount it shall itself fix, for operations to be performed urgently and for services not covered by this Schedule of Fees.  
  1. For international applications filed by applicants whose country of origin is a Least Developed Country, in accordance with the list established by the United Nations, the basic fee is reduced to 10% of the prescribed amount (rounded to the nearest full figure). In such case, the basic fee will amount to 65 Swiss francs (where no reproduction of the mark is in color) or to 90 Swiss francs (where any reproduction of the mark is in color).

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