Contracting Parties > Hague Agreement > Luxembourg
|Accession||February 22, 1979|
|Entry into force||April 1, 1979|
Territorial InformationThe territories in Europe of Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands are, for the application of the Hague Agreement, to be deemed a single country.
|Article(s)||Signature||Instrument||Entry into Force|
|Geneva Act (1999)||Accession: September 3, 2013|
|Protocol of Geneva (1975)||Accession: February 22, 1979||April 1, 1979|
|Complementary Act of Stockholm (1967)||Accession: February 22, 1979||May 28, 1979|
|Protocol to the Hague Act (1960)||November 28, 1960|
|The Hague Act (1960)||November 28, 1960||Ratification: October 23, 1978||August 1, 1984|
Declarations, Reservations etc.The instrument of accession to the Geneva Act (1999) was accompanied by a declaration under Article 19, according to which:
"The Benelux Office for Intellectual Property is designated as a common office to the three Benelux countries and the territories of the three countries to which the Benelux Convention on Intellectual Property applies (trademarks and designs) is considered as one single Contracting Party for the application of Articles 1, 3 to 18 and 31 of the Geneva Act".
Additional InformationThe Geneva Act will enter into force, with respect to Belgium and Luxembourg, at a later date in accordance with Articles 27 and 28 of the Treaty.