Kazakhstan

Law No. 304 of March 18, 2002, on Bodies of Justice (as amended up to Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan No. 179-IV of July 10, 2009)

Year of Version:2009
Date of Entry into Force:April 2, 2002
Date of Text (Enacted):March 18, 2002
Type of Text:IP-related Laws: enacted by the Legislature
Subject Matter:Copyright and Related Rights (Neighboring Rights), Enforcement of IP and Related Laws, Industrial Property, Layout Designs of Integrated Circuits, Other, Patents (Inventions), Plant Variety Protection
Notes:
This consolidated version of the Law incorporates amendments up to Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan No. 179-IV of July 10, 2009, which came into force on August 8, 2009 (see Chapter 3, Article 21 of the consolidated version for the amendments).

The consolidated Law contains provisions relating to the functions of the Bodies of Justice in the implementation of state policies in the field of protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights (see Chapter 1, Article 3(7): and Chapter 3, Articles 16(5), 21, 22-1 & 23(1)(8), (2)).

The Russian and Kazakh versions of the consolidated Law are reproduced with the permission of the Republican Center of Legal Information of the Ministry of Justice of Kazakhstan from the URL http://adilet.zan.kz/rus/archive/docs/Z020000304_/10.07.2009 and http://adilet.zan.kz/kaz/archive/docs/Z020000304_/10.07.2009 (Retrieved on July 5, 2016).
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Kazakh

Әділет органдары туралы (Қазақстан Республикасының 2002 жылғы 18 наурыздағы № 304 Заңы) Әділет органдары туралы (Қазақстан Республикасының 2002 жылғы 18 наурыздағы № 304 Заңы), Complete document (pdf) [332 KB]

Russian

Закон Республики Казахстан № 304 от 18.03.2002 г. «Об органах юстиции» (с изменениями, внесенными Законом Республики Казахстан № 179-IV от 10.07.2009 г.) Закон Республики Казахстан № 304 от 18.03.2002 г. «Об органах юстиции» (с изменениями, внесенными Законом Республики Казахстан № 179-IV от 10.07.2009 г.), Complete document (pdf) [320 KB]

Related Legislation:
WIPO Lex No.:KZ092

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