World Intellectual Property Organization

Individual Fees under the Madrid Protocol

(in Swiss francs - Status on July 4, 2015)

The following fees are payable in place of complementary fees when the Contracting Parties mentioned below are designated under the Protocol (see Schedule of Fees under the Regulations, items 2.4, 3.4, 5.3 and 6.4):

 1. Designations made in the international application or subsequent to the international registration 

African Intellectual Property Organization (OAPI) 639
131
for three classes
for each additional class
Armenia 221
22
for one class
for each additional class
Australia 320 for each class of goods or services
Bahrain 274
274
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  297
297
for one class
for each additional class
Belarus 600
50
for three classes
for each additional class
Benelux  167
17
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  238
17
for three classes
for each additional class
Bonaire, Saint Eustatius and Saba 195
20
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  279
20
for three classes
for each additional class
Bulgaria 327
21
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  595
54
for three classes
for each additional class
China 249
125
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  747
374
for one class
for each additional class
Colombia 314
157
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  419
209
for one class
for each additional class
Cuba First Part:
274
91
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  320
91
for three classes
for each additional class
  Second Part:
  82 independent of the number of classes
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  82 independent of the number of classes
Curaçao 272
28
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  540
55
for three classes
for each additional class
Denmark 330
84
for three classes
for each additional class
Estonia 151
47
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  203
47
for one class
for each additional class
European Union 912
157
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  1699
315
for three classes
for each additional class
Finland 225
84
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  304
84
for one class
for each additional class
Georgia 314
115
for one class
for each additional class
Ghana First Part:
129
129
for one class
for each additional class
  Second Part:
86
86
for one class
for each additional class
Greece 115
21
for one class
for each additional class until the tenth class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  577
105
for one class
for each additional class until the tenth class
Iceland 221
47
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  221
47
for one class
for each additional class
India 62 for each class of goods or services
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  156 for each class of goods or services
Ireland 257
73
for one class
for each additional class
Israel 404
304
for one class
for each additional class
Italy 95
32
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  318 independent of the number of classes
Japan First Part:
99
75
for one class
for each additional class
  Second Part:
  328 for each class of goods or services
Kenya 312
223
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  312
223
for one class
for each additional class
Kyrgyzstan 340
160
for one class
for each additional class
Mexico 193 for each class of goods or services
New Zealand 115 for each class of goods or services
Norway 278
78
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  278
78
for three classes
for each additional class
Oman 484
484
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  1211
1211
for one class
for each additional class
Philippines 95 for each class of goods or services
Republic of Korea 233 for each class of goods or services
Republic of Moldova 252
52
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  304
52
for one class
for each additional class
San Marino 178
47
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  320
83
for three classes
for each additional class
Singapore 272 for each class of goods or services
Sint Maarten (Dutch part) 298
31
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  593
61
for three classes
for each additional class
Sweden 260
102
for one class
for each additional class
Switzerland 450
50
for three classes
for each additional class
Syrian Arab Republic 83 for each class of goods or services
Tajikistan 420
16
for one class
for each additional class
Tunisia 155
20
for one class
for each additional class
Turkey 207
40
for one class
for each additional class
Turkmenistan 178
90
for one class
for each additional class
Ukraine 429
86
for three classes
for each additional class
United Kingdom 262
73
for one class
for each additional class
United States of America 301
301
for one class
for each additional class
Uzbekistan 1028
103
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  1543
154
for one class
for each additional class
Viet Nam 101
84
for one class
for each additional class


 2. Renewal

African Intellectual Property Organization (OAPI) 799
160
for one class
for each additional class
  where payment is received within the period of grace:
  208 additional amount, independent of the number of classes
Armenia 221
22
for one class
for each additional class
Australia 228 for each class of goods or services
Bahrain 137
137
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  137
137
for one class
for each additional class
Belarus 700 independent of the number of classes
Benelux 273
48
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  497
48
for three classes
for each additional class
Bonaire, Saint Eustatius and Saba 319
56
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  581
56
for three classes
for each additional class
Bulgaria 161
32
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  322
64
for three classes
for each additional class
China 498
249
for one class
for each additional class
Colombia 172
84
for one class
for each additional class
  where payment is received within the period of grace:
  235 for each class of goods or services
Cuba 274
329
91
for three classes
for three classes of goods or services where payment is received within the period of grace
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  320
375
91
for three classes
for three classes of goods or services where payment is received within the period of grace
for each additional class
Curaçao 272
28
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  540
55
for three classes
for each additional class
Denmark 330
84
for three classes
for each additional class
Estonia 188 independent of the number of classes
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  235 independent of the number of classes
European Union 1258
419
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  2831
839
for three classes
for each additional class
Finland 262
131
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  341
131
for one class
for each additional class
Georgia 314
115
for one class
for each additional class
Ghana 291
291
for one class
for each additional class
Greece 94
21
for one class
for each additional class until the tenth class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  475
105
for one class
for each additional class until the tenth class
Iceland 221
47
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  221
47
for one class
for each additional class
India 78 for each class of goods or services
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  156 for each class of goods or services
Ireland 262
131
for one class
for each additional class
Israel 721
608
for one class
for each additional class
Italy 63
32
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  191 independent of the number of classes
Japan 423 for each class of goods or services
Kenya 178
134
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  178
134
for one class
for each additional class
Kyrgyzstan 500 independent of the number of classes
Mexico 204 for each class of goods or services
New Zealand 268 for each class of goods or services
Norway 314
121
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  314
121
for three classes
for each additional class
Oman 727
727
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
  1453
1453
for one class
for each additional class
Philippines 146 for each class of goods or services
Republic of Korea 266 for each class of goods or services
Republic of Moldova 262
52
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  419
52
for one class
for each additional class
San Marino 178
47
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  320
83
for three classes
for each additional class
Sint Maarten (Dutch part) 298
31
for three classes
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  593
61
for three classes
for each additional class
Singapore 197 for each class of goods or services
Sweden 260
102
for one class
for each additional class
Switzerland 500 independent of the number of classes
Syrian Arab Republic 83 for each class of goods or services
Tajikistan 420
16
for one class
for each additional class
Tunisia 222
47
for one class
for each additional class
Turkey 202 independent of the number of classes
Turkmenistan 448 independent of the number of classes
Ukraine 429 independent of the number of classes
United Kingdom 291
73
for one class
for each additional class
United States of America 370
370
for one class
for each additional class
Uzbekistan 514
51
for one class
for each additional class
  where the mark is a collective mark:
  1028
103
for one class
for each additional class
Viet Nam 91
80
for one class
for each additional class


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