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Trade Marks (Madrid Protocol) Regulations, 2001 S.I. No. 346 of 2001

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Year of current version:2001
Date of entry into force of original text:October 19, 2001
Date of Text (Issued):July 24, 2001
Type of Text:Implementing Rules/Regulations
Subject Matter:Trademarks
Notes:The Madrid Protocol is an international agreement under the aegis of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO). Its effect is to allow people and companies to submit a single application for a trade mark, through their own national Offices, designating any or all countries that are party to the agreement.
These Regulations set out the procedures to be followed in connection with trade marks and trade mark applications under the Madrid Protocol.
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