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Appellations of Origin (Procedure of Registration of Appellations of Origin Originating in a Foreign Country) Regulations, 5727-1967

 

 


Appellations of Origin (Procedure of Registration
of Appellations of Origin Originating in a Foreign Country)
Regulations, 5727—19671

In exercise of the powers vested in me by section 35 of the Appellations of Origin (Protection) Law, 5725—1965, I hereby make the following regulations:

Examination of Application Received in International Bureau

1. As soon as possible after the Registrar receives notice from the International Bureau that a certain appellation of origin from a foreign country is registered in the International Register, the Registrar shall order an examination as set out in sec. 17 of the Law, and shall notify the International Bureau of the results of such examination, as provided by sees. 18 and 19 of the Law, using the forms to be determined by the Council set up under the Lisbon Arrangement Concerning the Protection and International Registration of Appellations of Origin.

Rights of Applicant to Make Claims

2. Where the Registrar provides a notification as set out in sec. 19 of the Law, the applicant may, within three months after the date of the said notification, make an application to make claims in the manner set out in clause 9 of the Appellations of Origin (Procedure of Registration of Appellations of Origin Originating in Israel) Regulations, 5726—1966 (hereinafter: the “Registration Regulations”), and should the applicant so request, the provisions of clauses 10 through 13 of the said regulations shall apply, mutatis mutandis.

Notification of Registrar's Intention to Register an Appellation in Respect of Which a Notification has been Received

3. Where it appears to the Registrar that the provisions of sec. 18 of the Law have, prima facie, been fulfilled in respect of an appellation in respect of which a notification has been made, the Registrar shall publish a notification of his intention to register the appellation of origin in Reshumot, and in addition, the Registrar shall publish such intention in such other proper manner, and shall provide an opportunity for opposition to the registration.

Procedure of Opposition

4. The provisions of clauses 14 and 16 of the Registration Regulations shall apply, mutatis mutandis, to the opposition to the registration of an appellation of origin in respect of which a notification of the intention to register has been made.

Registration Procedure

5. The registration procedures set out in clauses 29 through 33 of the Registration Regulations shall apply, mutatis mutandis, to the registration in the Register of an appellation

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of origin originating in a foreign country, provided that the country of origin of the appellation of origin be noted in the Register.

Application of Regulations

6. The provisions of the Registration Regulations shall apply to any matter connected with the registration of appellations of origin and the granting of protection of them not contained in the Law or in these Regulations.

Citation

7. These Regulations may be cited as the Appellations of Origin (Registration Procedure for Appellations of Origin Originating in a Foreign Country) Regulations, 5727— 1967.

27 Shevat 5727 (6 February 1967)

Ya’akov S. Shapira
Minister of Justice

1 K.T. 1999, 5727, p. 1446.

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