As Office of a Designated Contracting Party
Cuba has made the notification under Rule 34(3)(a) of the Common Regulations, requiring payment of its individual fee to be made in two parts. Applicants availing of the electronic fee calculator on the Madrid website should be aware that when indicating Cuba as a designated Contracting Party, only the first part of the individual fee will feature in the calculation. For further information see Information Notice 27/2003 (http://www.wipo.int/madrid/en/notices/)
|Request for extension of protection|
The Office republishes notifications of international registration, subsequent designation or renewal received from the International Bureau.
Absolute and relative grounds.
Post-grant opposition period: two months from publication in the National Official Gazette of Trademarks (non-extendable).
|Time Limit for Responding to Provisional Refusal||
Two months from date of issue of notification of provisional refusal. It is extendable, for one more month, before the two month deadline.
|Administrative and judicial remedies in case of refusal issued by the Office|
Last updated on: May 6, 2014