World Intellectual Property Organization

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Implementing Regulations of the Law of Patents, Layout-Designs of Integrated Circuits, Plant Varieties, and Industrial Designs

 

 


Implementing Regulations of the

Law of Patents, Layout Designs of

Integrated Circuits, Plant Varieties,

and Industrial Designs

Part One

General Provisions

Article (1): Definitions

The following terms and phrases, wherever mentioned in this Law, shall have the meanings expressed next to them, unless the context requires otherwise:

City: King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology.

Directorate: The General Directorate of Patents at King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology.

Law: The Law of Patents, Layout Designs of Integrated Circuits, Plant Varieties, and Industrial Designs.

Regulations: The Implementing Regulations of the Law of Patents, Layout Designs of Integrated Circuits, Plant Varieties and Industrial Designs.

Subject-Matter of Protection: Either an Invention, Lay-Out Design of an Integrated Circuit, Plant Variety or Industrial Design.

Committee: The Committee provided for in Article Thirty Five of the Law.

Paris Union: The Union constituted pursuant to Article One of Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property, consisting of member states of the Convention.

Article (2): The Directorate

The Directorate is responsible for implementing the provisions of the Law and the Regulations. It may especially perform the following:

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Article (3): Rules for Dealing with the Directorate

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Article (4): Directorate's Records and Files

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Article (5): Payment of Fees

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Article (6): Gazette and Other Publications

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(a)
(b)
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Article (7):

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1. The first page of the application for patents and plant patents.

2. The first page of the granted protection documents.

3. A list of protection applications and protection documents whose ownership has been changed or transferred.

4. A list of protection applications and protection documents that are forfeited.

5. A list of the rejected applications for protection.

6. A list of the withdrawn applications for protection.

7. A list of the applications for protection and protection documents whose data have been amended.

8. A list of the denominations of the plant varieties included in the applications for plant patents.

9. A list of the new denominations of plant varieties.

10. A list of the abandoned protection documents.

11. Decisions of compulsory licenses, amendments, withdrawals, transfer to others and abandonment thereof.

12. Decisions issued by the Committee invalidating the decision of granting the protection document.

13. Decisions issued by the Committee in connection with the infringement on the subject matter of protection.

Part Two

Conditions and Provisions for Filing an Application

Article (8):

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Chapter One

Conditions and Provisions for Filing a Patent Application

Article (9): Conditions for Filing an Application

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Article (10): Conditions for Filling Form No. (101) “Application for a Patent”

Form No. (101) “Application for a Patent” shall be filled clearly and shall contain the name of the invention, the name of the applicant, his address, place of residence and place of work, the name of the inventor and his address and the name of his agent, if any, and his address, as well as information regarding priority and disclosure. The fields of the form shall be filled in accordance with their numbers as follows:

1.

The name of the invention shall be brief and specific, preferably of not more than seven words. General statements such as “A Chemical Process”, “An Electronic Equipment”, “An Electric Machine” and “An Organic Compound of New Characteristics” shall not be considered as names of an invention. In order to shorten the name of the invention some statements shall not be used, such as “New Method of _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ “, “Improvements in _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _”, “Development in _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _”. An example would be: “Improvements on a Building Structure Made of Ready Made Elements for Easy Installation”.

2.

For individuals, the name shall be identical to what is in the identification document and in the following order: First name, father’s name, grandfather’s name, family name. As to corporations and companies, it shall be identical to the official name. If there are more than one applicant, the information relating to the first applicant shall be recorded in this part and the information relating to the remaining applicants shall be recorded in the special attachment for that purpose (Form 101-A). Correspondence between the Directorate and the applicants shall be made through the first applicant if there is no agent. If the applicant is not the inventor, the document showing the transfer of the right to him shall be attached.

3.

The name of the inventor shall be identical to what is stated in the identification document and in the following order: First name, father’s name, grandfather’s name, family name. If there are more than one inventor who actually participated in the invention, the information relating to the first inventor shall be recorded in this part, and the information relating to the remaining inventors shall be recorded in the special attachment for that purpose (Form 101-B).

4.

If the invention was previously disclosed, the documents showing the date of disclosure and the reasons for that shall be attached. If the applicant is a national of one of the States of the Paris Union or a resident in one of them and desires to claim priority of an application previously filed in one of the states of the Union, the information relating to the priority claim (the state, the number of the application and the date of filing) and the number of the patent and its date, if any, shall be stated. In case there are multiple priorities, the information relating to the first priority shall be filled in Form (101) and the information of the subsequent priority in Form (101-C) and an approved copy of the previous application and a translation thereof shall be attached within three months. The information regarding other previous filings shall also be mentioned in Form (101-C).

5.

Labels of the attachments to the form (the specification and any other attachments), and the number of their pages in figures and letters shall be recorded in accordance with the general conditions of the specification. In case of a priority claim, any attachment in this respect shall be referred to.

6.

The name of the agent shall be stated, and he shall be authorized by a power of attorney issued by a notary public, if the principal is in the Kingdom. If the principal is outside the Kingdom, it is necessary to have a power of attorney approved by the competent authorities and certified by the Kingdom's embassies abroad, and the agent shall attach proof that he is licensed to practice such a profession in the Kingdom.

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The name of the applicant or the agent and his signature shall be given in this part. The seal of the authorized agent – if any – shall be added. It shall be stated therein that the applicant or the agent is responsible for all the consequences of not providing the correct information.

Article (11): General Conditions for the Specification:

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Article (12): Instructions Relating to Applications when Translated into Arabic

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Article (13): Conditions Relating to the Summary

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* IUPAC= INTERNATIONAL UNION OF PURE AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY

Article (14): Conditions for Full Description

The full description shall be sufficiently clear for the invention to be carried out by a person skilled in the art. The applicant shall indicate the best mode known to the inventor to carry out the invention at the filing date or the priority date of the application. The full description shall include the following parts:

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

The above parts shall be sequentially ordered, under the following headings:

“Background of the Invention”, “General Description of the Invention”, “Brief Explanation of the Drawings”, “Detailed Description”. The heading shall be given at the beginning of the line and shall be underlined. The beginning of the part does not require the beginning of a new page.

Article (15): Conditions for Elements of Protection

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

Article (16): Conditions for Illustrations

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7) Illustrations may not be shaded and shall be of dark black lines, and the places of the sector shall be indicated with broken lines.

(8) Illustrations may not contain any words or otherwise for the purpose of description. When absolutely necessary, some words may be used to explain some of the main features.

Article (17): Other Attachments to the Application

The applicant shall provide the Directorate with a copy of the examination and research reports together with copies of applications previously filed or patents already granted by other offices for the same invention.

Chapter Two:

Conditions and Provisions for Filing an Application

for a Certificate of a Layout Design of an Integrated Circuit

Article (18): Conditions for Filing an Application

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a.
b.

c.

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Article (19) Conditions for Filling out Form No. (201), “Application for a Certificate of a Layout Design”

Form No. (201), “Application for a Certificate of a Layout Design” shall be filled out clearly as follows:

1.

It shall be concise and precise.

2.

This information shall be recorded if the design has been exploited commercially anywhere in the world.

3.

For individuals, the name shall be identical to the name in the identification document in the following order: first name, father’s name, grandfather’s name and family name. As for establishments and companies, it shall be identical to the official name. If there is more than one applicant, data relating to the first applicant shall be recorded in this part, and the data relating to the remaining applicants shall be recorded in the attachment designed for that purpose, (Form No. (201-A)). Communication between the Directorate and the applicants shall be through the first applicant if there is no agent.

4.

The name shall be identical to the name in the identification document in the following order: first name, father’s name, grandfather’s name and family name. If there is more than one innovator, the data relating to the first innovator shall be recorded in this part and the data relating to the other innovator shall be recorded in the special attachment designed for that purpose (Form No. 201-B).

5.

The name of the agent shall be stated, and he shall be authorized by a power of attorney issued by a notary public if the principal is in the Kingdom. If the principal is outside the Kingdom, it is necessary to have a power of attorney approved by the competent authorities and certified by the Kingdom's embassies abroad, and the agent shall attach proof that he is licensed to practice such a profession in the Kingdom.

6.

Labels of attachments to the form (figures and any other attachments) and the number of their pages shall be written in numbers and letters, and in the case of previous commercial exploitation any attachments in this respect shall be indicated.

7.

In this part shall be given the name of the applicant or the agent and his signature. The seal of the authorized agent, if any, shall be added. It shall be stated that the applicant or the agent is liable for all the consequences of not providing the correct information.

Chapter Three:

Conditions and Provisions for

Filing an Application for a Plant Patent

Article (20): Conditions for Filing an Application

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Article (21): Conditions for Filling out Form No. (301), “Application for a Plant Patent”

Form (301), “Application for a Plant Patent”, shall be filled out in a clear manner. It is preferable to add the name of the applicant, the name of the plant breeder and the data relating to priority and disclosure in English. The form shall be filled out according to its numbers as follows:

1.

The denomination of the variety shall be given in this part. If there is no denomination, a suggested denomination of the variety or a temporary one that refers to the plant breeder shall be submitted. The denomination of the plant variety may consist of one word or a group of words and numbers or a group of letters and numbers with or without meaning, provided that the constituents of the denomination make it possible to identify the variety.

Genus and Species: The scientific name of the variety shall be mentioned by mentioning its genus and species in Latin, in italics or underlined, according to the conventions of writing a scientific name.

Common or Commercial Name: If there is a common or a commercial name for the variety it shall be given in Arabic, English or Latin.

2.

For individuals, the name shall be identical to the name in the identification document in the following order: first name, father’s name, Grandfather’s name and family name. As for establishments and companies, it shall be identical to the official name. If there is more than one applicant, the first applicant’s data shall be recorded in this part, and the data relating to the remaining applicants shall be recorded in the attachment designed for that purpose, (Form No. 301-A). Communication between the Directorate and the applicants shall be through the first applicant if there is no agent.

3. Name of the Plant Breeder:

Name of the plant breeder shall be identical to the name in the identification document in the following order: first name, father’s name, grandfather’s name, and family name. If there is more than one breeder who actually participated in the breeding of the plant, data relating to the first breeder shall be written in this part and the data relating to the remaining breeders shall be recorded in the attachment designed for that purpose (Form No. 301-B)

4. Name of the Agent:

The name of the agent shall be stated, and he shall be authorized by a power of attorney issued by a notary public if the principal is in the Kingdom. If the principal is outside the Kingdom, it is necessary to have a power of attorney approved by the competent authorities and certified by the Kingdom's embassies abroad, and the agent shall attach proof that he is licensed to practice such a profession in the Kingdom.

5. Attachments:

Labels of attachments to the form (technical specification of the variety and any other attachments) and the number of their pages shall be recorded in numbers and letters, in accordance with the general conditions of the technical specifications of the variety. In case of a priority claim, any attachments in this respect shall be indicated.

6. Priority and Disclosure Information:

If the plant variety was previously disclosed or sold or the propagating materials were previously sold, the documents showing the date and reasons for disclosure shall be attached. In the case of a priority claim, there shall be mentioned the name of the state, date and number of application, date of publication and the number of the plant patent (the number of granting the patent to the plant breeders) and its date, if any. A certified copy of the previous application and a translation thereof shall be attached within three months. Data relating to other previous filings shall be given in form No.( 301-C).

7. Declaration:

In this part shall be written the name of the applicant or the agent and his signature. The seal of the authorized agent, if any, shall be added. It shall also be stated that the applicant or the agent is liable for all the consequences of not providing the correct information

Article (22): Conditions for the Technical Description of the Variety

When submitting the technical description of the variety it shall include the following:

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Article (23): Other Attachments to the Application

The applicant shall provide the Directorate with a copy of the examination and the research reports, along with requested copies of the previously filed applications or plant patents (breeder’s rights) granted by other offices in connection with the same plant variety.

Part Four

Conditions and Provisions for Filing

an Application for a Certificate of an Industrial Design

Article (24): Conditions for Filing an Application

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Article 25: Conditions for Filling out Form No. (401) “Application for a Certificate of an Industrial Design”

Form No. (401) “Application for a Certificate of an Industrial Design” shall be clearly filled out as follows:

(1)

For individuals, the name shall be identical to the name in the identification document in the following order: first name, father’s name, grandfather’s name and family name. As for establishments and companies, it shall be identical to the official name. If there is more than one applicant, the first applicant’s data shall be recorded in this part, and data relating to the remaining applicants shall be recorded in the attachment designed for that purpose, (Form No. 401-B). Communication between the Directorate and the applicants shall be through the first applicant if there is no agent.

(2)

The name of the agent shall be given, and he shall be authorized by a power of attorney issued by a notary public if the principal is in the Kingdom. If the principal is outside the Kingdom, it is necessary to have a power of attorney approved by the competent authorities and certified by the Kingdom's diplomatic missions abroad. The agent shall attach proof that he is licensed to practice such a profession in the Kingdom.

(3)

The name of the applicant or the agent and his signature shall be given in this part. The seal of the authorized agent, if any, shall be added. It shall be stated that the applicant or the agent is responsible for all the consequences of not providing the correct information.

Article (26): Conditions for Filling out Form No. (401-A) “Data of the Industrial Design”

The number of the industrial design shall be specified in “the data of industrial design No. (…)” consecutively (1,2,3,4 …) according to the number specified in Form No. (401). Form No. (401-A) shall be filled out as follows:

(1)

The name of the designer shall be identical to the name in the identification document in the following order: first name, father’s name, grandfather’s name and family name. If there is more than one designer, the first designer’s data shall be recorded in this part, and data relating to the remaining designers shall be recorded in the attachment designed for that purpose, (Form No. 401-C).

(2) Technical Information:

Description of the Industrial Design

The industrial design shall be given in writing by describing each enclosed figure (picture or drawing) or by giving as brief a general description as possible. An additional sheet of paper may be attached if the assigned space is not sufficient.

Type of Products:

The type of products in which the industrial design is used shall be given briefly and specifically, using the International Classification of Industrial Designs (Lokarno Classification).

Classification:

Classification of the industrial design shall be mentioned in accordance with the International Classification of Industrial Designs (Lokarno Classification).

(3). Priority and Disclosure Information:

If the Industrial design has been displayed in an official exhibition or was otherwise previously disclosed to the public, the necessary documents showing date of display or disclosure shall be enclosed. If the applicant is a national of one of the countries of the Paris Union or a resident in one of them and desires to claim priority of an application which was previously filed in one of the Union countries, then the data relating to the priority application (the country, the number of application and the date of filing) and the number of the certificate and date, if any, and the classification, if any, shall be given. An approved copy of the previous application and a translation thereof shall be enclosed within three months.

(4). Attachments:

Labels of the attachments of the form (the figures and any other attachments) and the number of their pages shall be recorded in numbers and letters. In the case of a priority claim, any relevant attachments shall be referred to.

Article (27): Conditions for Figures (Pictures or Drawings)

The application shall include drawings or photographs showing the complete parts of the industrial design, taking into consideration that the scope of protection is determined on the basis of the figures enclosed at the time of filing the application. Therefore, the following shall be observed:

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Article (28):

The Directorate shall protect fifteen types in the first year of the application of the law, and a catalogue thereof shall be issued. New classes shall be catalogued each year according to need and capacity.

Part Three

Provisions for Priority and Disclosure

Article (29):

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

Article (30):

(1)

(a)
(b)
(2)

(3)

Article (31):

Filing an application for a plant patent in another country or the registration of a variety in a list of varieties the marketing of which is permitted in that state is deemed to render the variety being the subject of the application a matter of common knowledge as from the date of application, provided that the application leads to the grant of a breeder's right or entry in the catalogue. The variety is also deemed a matter of common knowledge if it is currently exploited or has been registered in a register of varieties kept by a professional association recognized by the Directorate or included in a reference collection.

Part Four

Provisions for Amending and Withdrawing

Protection Applications

Article (32):

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

Article (33):

If an applicant for a patent divides his application to several divisional applications, either on his own or in response to a request by the Directorate, as a result of the substantial examination which shows that the application includes more than one invention, he shall specify the invention included in the original application. He may also file the other inventions which are separated as independent applications governed by the provisions for a new application. They shall keep the original application filing date and enjoy the right of priority, if any.

Part Five

Provisions for Formal and Substantial Examination

Article (34):

Registered applications shall be examined to ensure that they satisfy the formal conditions provided for in Articles 8 and 10 of the Law and the articles of Part Two of these Regulations for each subject of protection. If it is found from the formal examination that some of the prescribed conditions are not satisfied, the applicant shall be requested to satisfy them within a period not exceeding ninety days from the date of notifying him thereof. If he fails to perform what is requested from him within the said period, his application shall be deemed null and void.

Article (35):

(1)

(2)

(3)

Article (36):

The Directorate shall examine the substance of the application for the patent to ensure that the application satisfies the conditions provided for in Articles (4), (43), (44), (45) and (46) of the Law and the provisions stipulated in these Regulations. For that purpose, it may perform the following:

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The Directorate shall prepare the report of the substantial examination which shall include its opinion as to whether the application satisfies the conditions provided for and the required explanations and amendments.

Article (37):

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(a)

(b)

(c)

(1)

(2)

The Directorate shall prepare the report of substantial examination which includes its opinion as to whether the application satisfies the conditions provided for and the required clarifications and amendments.

Article (38):

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2.

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Article (39): Provisions for Denominating the Variety

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

Article (40): Rejection and Cancellation of a Denomination

(a)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(b)

Article (41):

(1)

(2)

Article (42)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Article (43):

As to industrial designs, the prescribed conditions provided for in Articles (14) and (32) of the Law are as follows:

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7.

Part Six

Grant Regulations

Article (44):

(1)

(2)

Article (45):

(a)

1 – Inventor’s name

9 – Priority Information (application number – priority date – priority country)

2 – Patent’s owner

10 – Publication number and date

3 – Address of patent’s owner

11 – International classification of the invention

4 – Agent’s name

12 – References

5 – Application number

13 – Invention’s name

6 – Filing date

14– Summary

7 – Patent number

15 – Examiner’s name

8 – Grant date

(b) The first page of the layout design certificate shall contain at least the following information:

1 – Name of design innovator

8 – Grant date

2 – Certificate’s owner

9– Date and place of first commercial exploitation

3 – Address of certificate’s owner

10– International classification

4 – Agent’s name

11 – References

5 – Application number

12 –Designer’s name

6 – Filing date

13 – A brief description.

7 – Certificate number

(c ) The first page of the plant patent document shall contain at least the following information:

1 – Name of plant breeder

7 – Patent number

2 – Patent’s owner

8 – Grant date

3 – Address of patent’s owner

9 – Priority information ( application number –

priority date – priority country)

4 –Agent’s name

10 – Generic name and species

5 –Application number

11 – Common or commercial name

6. Filing date

12 –Summary

(d) The first page of the industrial design certificate shall contain at least the following information

1 – Name of plant designer

7 –Certificate number

2 – Certificate’s owner

8 –Grant date

3 – Address of certificate’s owner

9 – Priority information ( application number – priority date – priority country)

4 – Agent’s name

10 – International classification

5 –Application number

11 – References

6 –Filing date

12 – Summary

Article (46):

Bases for invalidating a protection document fully or partially are as follows:

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2.

3.

4.

Invalidation may also be requested if it turns out that the protection document was issued to a person other than the person who developed the subject matter of protection.

The Directorate shall be notified of any final decision relating to invalidation of any of the protection documents immediately upon issuance, and it shall register and publish it.

Part Seven

Provisions for Infringement and Exploitation by the Government

Article (47):

The following acts shall not be deemed infringement of a patent:

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2.

Article (48):

An application for a compulsory license submitted by any government agency to exploit the inventions shall include a statement of the public interest considerations requiring that. Such considerations shall be provided for in the decision permitting the exploitation.

Part Eight

Security Related Applications

Article (49):

Procedures for security related applications shall be as follows:

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12.

Part Nine

Committee Related Provisions

Article (50):

Communications with the Committee shall be addressed directly to its chairman at the address it determines.

Article (51):

Actions shall be filed with the Committee through a petition of one original and a number of copies equal to the number of the litigants involved, and it shall be delivered to the secretariat of the Committee provided that it includes the following data:

1.

2.

3.

4.

Article (52):

The notice shall be delivered to the address of the defendant specified in the plaintiff's petition. The notice shall be in two identical copies, one original and one copy. If there are several defendants, the copies shall be equal to their number. The notice shall contain the following:

1.

2.

3.

Article (53):

Litigants shall be notified of the actions filed with the Committee as follows:

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2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

The notice shall be legal if it is delivered to the person to whom it is addressed even if in a place other than his place of residence or work. In all cases the notice may be delivered by registered mail, and such notification shall be legally effective.

Article (54):

The Committee shall notify the Directorate of all rulings and decisions issued regarding actions relating to protection documents.

Article (55):

The Committee may immediately order, upon filing a claim, the taking of precautionary and provisional measures against the defendant, provided that the plaintiff furnishes the guarantees determined by the Committee to protect the defendant’s right if the claim is not proven. The Committee may rule that the defendant compensate for damages sustained by the plaintiff as a result of the exploitation, in addition to removing the infringement.

Article (56):

If the Committee decides to seek the assistance of expertise agencies, it may order any of the litigants it thinks liable to deposit, within a certain period of time, a sum equal to the estimated expenses of the expertise by a check certified by an approved bank in the Kingdom. If he fails to deposit the sum within the time specified by the Committee, the other litigant may deposit this sum without prejudice to his right of recourse against his opponent if the case is decided in his favour.

Part Ten

Closing Provisions

Article (57):

The Chairman of the City shall have the power to interpret these Regulations and the issue the necessary amendments.

No.

Fees

Patent

Industrial designs

Designs of Integrated Circuits

New Plant Varieties

Individuals

Corporations

Individuals

Corporations

Individuals

Corporations

Individuals

Corporations

1

Registration Application

400

800

150

300

500

1000

500

1000

2

Change or Transfer of ownership

200

400

75

150

500

1000

500

1000

3

Amendment or Addition to the Application

100

200

50

100

250

500

100

200

4

Obtaining a Copy of the Application or Certificate

50

100

50

100

50

100

50

100

5

Registration of License Contracts

400

800

150

300

500

1000

500

1000

6

Grant of Compulsory License

4000

8000

1500

3000

2500

5000

2500

5000

7

Grant and Publication

500

1000

175

350

150

1000

500

1000

8

Annual Fees

8/1

First Year

250

500

150

300

500

1000

500

1000

8/2
Seco

500

1000

150

300

) 750

1500

500

1000

8/3
Thi

750

1500

300

600

1000

2000

750

1500

8/4
Fourt

1000

2000

300

600

1250

2500

750

1500

8/5
Fift

1250

2500

450

900

1500

3000

1000

2000

8/6
Sixt

1500

3000

450

900

1750

3500

100

2000

8/7
Seven
v) 1

3500

600

1200

2000

4000

1250

2500

8/8
Eighth

2000

4000

600

1200

2250

4500

1250

2500

8/9

Ninth Year

2250

4500

750

1500

2500

5000

1500

3000

8/10

Tenth Year

2500

5000

750

1500

2750

5500

1500

3000

8/11

Eleventh Year

2750

5500

1750

3500

8/12

Twelfth Year

3000

6000

1750

3500

8/13

Thirtee

3250

6500

2000

4000

8/14

Fourteenth Year

3500

7000

2000

4000

8/15

Fifteenth Year

3750

7500

2250

4500

8/16

Sixteenth Year

4000

8000

2250

4500

8/17

Seventeenth Year

4250

8500

2500

5000

8/18

Eighteenth Year

4500

9000

2500

5000

8/19

Nineteenth Year

4750

9500

2750

5500

8/20

Twentieth Year

5000

10000

2750

5500

8/21

Twenty First Year to Twenty Fifth Year for the Protection of Trees and Vines

3500

7000

 

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