World Intellectual Property Organization

Saint Lucia

Industrial Designs Regulations 2003

 

 


SAINT LUCIA

STATUTORY INSTRUMENT, 2003, No. 50

[ 10th June, 2003 ]

In the exercise of the powers conferred by Section 24 of theIndustrial Designs Act No. 2 of 2001 the Minister responsible forIntellectual Property, makes the following Regulations:

Citation

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Industrial DesignsRegulations, 2003.

Interpretation

In these Regulations —

(a)
“Act” means the Industrial Designs Act, No. 2 of 2001;
(b)
“applicant” means a person for whom an application is made;
(c)
“application” means an application for registration of an industrial design;
(d)
“office” means the Registry of Companies and Intellectual Property;
(e)
International Classification for Designs” means Locarno Agreement establishing an International Classification of IndustrialDesigns;
(f)
“section” means the specified section of the Act;

Fees

3. The fees to be paid in respect of matters arising under the Act andthese Regulations shall be those set out in Schedule I.

Forms

4.— (1) The forms referred to in these Regulations are those inSchedule II.

(2)
A requirement to use a form set out in Schedule II is satisfied bythe use either of a replica of the form, or of a form which is acceptable tothe Registrar and contains the information required by the correspondingform set out in ScheduleII.
(3)
If a document that is submitted to the Office differs significantlyfrom the form in Schedule II intended to be used for the purpose of

submission, the Registrar may require that the document be replaced,within a time fixed by the Registrar, by one that conforms with thedocument required by Schedule II to be used for the purpose.

Applications – language of

5.— (1) Applications shall be in English.

(2) Any document forming part of an application submitted to the Registrar pursuant to the Act or these Regulations which is in a language other than English shall be accompanied by an English translation verified by the translator that the translation is to the best of his knowledge complete and faithful.

Applications - paper requirements

6.— (1) All applications, notices, statements, paper having representations affixed, or other documents authorised or required by the Act or these Regulations to be made must be on strong, durable white paper and except in the case of declarations and affidavits, must be written on one side of the paper only.

(2)
Each sheet must be of the same size and be 8½ x 11 or A4 size paper or such other size as the Registrar may permit.
(3)
All applications, notices, statements or other documents required by the Act or these Regulations shall be filed in duplicate.

Page margins

7.— (1) The pages of documents other than graphic representations must be numbered consecutively, preferably at the top of the page.

(2) Page margins must not be less than 2 cm or 1 inch.

(3) Except for graphic representations, pages must be typed or printed, preferably with 1½ spacing or double spacing.

Indication of name, address, nationality

8.— (1) Names of natural persons shall be indicated by given name or names, followed by the person’s family name and the names of the legal entities shall be indicated by their full, official designation.

(2)
Addresses shall be in such a manner as to satisfy customary requirements for prompt postal delivery at the indicated address.
(3)
Nationality shall be indicated by the name of the State of which a person is a national and legal entities shall indicate the name of the State under whose laws they are constituted.
(4)
Residence shall be indicated by the name of the State of which a person is resident.

Signature by Partnerships, Companies and Associations

9.— (1) A document purporting to be signed for or on behalf of a partnership shall contain the names of all the partners in full and shall be signed by all the partners or by any partner qualified to sign, stating that he signs on behalf of the partnership, or by any other person who satisfies the Registrar that he is authorised to sign.

(2)
A document purporting to be signed for or on behalf of a body corporate shall be signed by a director, or by the secretary or other principal officer of the body corporate, or by any other person who satisfies the Registrar that he is authorised to sign the document and shall bear the seal or stamp of the body corporate.
(3)
A document purporting to be signed for or on behalf of an association of persons may be signed by any person who satisfies the Registrar that he is duly authorised to sign.
(4)
The Registrar may, whenever he deems it necessary , request evidence of authorisation to sign.

Authorisation of agent

10.— (1) The appointment of an attorney-at-law shall be by an authorisation of agent as set out in Form I, and shall be signed by the applicant or, if there are more than one, each applicant.

(2) The authorisation of agent may be filed together with theapplication or within two months from its filing date and if the appointment is not made in accordance with sub-regulation (1), any proceduralsteps taken by the agent, other than the filing of the application, shall bedeemed not to have been taken.

Application for registration of industrial design

11.— (1) The application for the registration of an industrial design shall be made in Form 2 and shall be signed by each applicant or authorised agent.

(2) The application shall indicate each applicant’s name, address, nationality and residence.

Number and size of representations and specimen

12.— (1) The application shall be accompanied by the following —

(a)
if the industrial design is two-dimensional, by four graphic representations, or four drawings or tracings;
(b)
if the industrial design is three-dimensional , by four graphic representations or four drawings or tracings of each of the different sides of the industrial design.

(2) No graphic representation, drawing or tracing of the industrial design shall exceed 10 centimetres by 20 centimetres (4 inches by 8 inches) and such representations, drawings or tracings shall be affixed on four sheets of durable white paper or cardboard of A4 or 8½ x 11 size.

Declaration of priority

13.— (1) The declaration referred to in section 6 (4) shall be made at the time of filing of the application for the industrial design and shall indicate –

(a)
the date of the earlier application;
(b)
the number of the earlier application, subject to sub-regulation 2;
(c)
the symbol of the International Classification for Industrial Designs which has been allocated to the earlier application, subject to sub-regulation (3);
(d)
the State in which the earlier application was filed or, where the earlier application is a regional or an international application, the State or States for which it was filed;
(e)
where the earlier application is a regional or internationalapplication, the office with which it was filed.
(2)
Where at the time of filing the declaration referred to in sub-regulation (1) the number of the earlier application is not known, thatnumber shall be forwarded within three months from the date on which the application containing the declaration was filed.
(3)
Where a symbol of the International Classification for Industrial Designs has not been allocated to the earlier application, or had not yet

been allocated at the time of filing the declaration referred to in sub-regulation (1) the applicant shall state this fact in the said declaration and shall communicate such symbol as soon as it has been allocated.

(4)
The applicant may, at any time before the registration of the industrial design, amend the contents of the declaration referred to in sub-regulation (1).
(5)
The period for furnishing the certified copy of the earlier application, referred to in section 6 (5), shall be three months from the date of the request by the Registrar and where a copy has already been furnished for another application, the applicant may respond by making a reference to that application.
(6)
Where the earlier application is in a language other than English, the applicant shall, within six months from the date of the aforementioned request, furnish an English translation of the earlier application verified by the translator that the translation is to the best of his knowledge complete and faithful.
(7)
Unless the Registrar requests otherwise, the earlier application and any translation thereof shall be filed in one copy.

Withdrawal of application

14.— (1) The application may be withdrawn, pursuant to section 6 (9), by written declaration submitted to the Registrar and signed by each applicant.

(2) The application fee shall not be refunded if the application is withdrawn.

Numbering of application

15.— (1) Upon receipt, the Registrar shall mark, on each document making up the application, the actual date of receipt and the application number in a manner determined by the Registrar to be appropriate.

(2)
Where any corrections or other later filed documents are received on different dates, the Registrar shall also mark their actual dateof receipt in the appropriate place on the request for registration of theindustrial design.
(3)
The application number allotted under sub-regulation (1) shallbe quoted in all subsequent communications concerning the application.

Examination; decision to grant or refuse

16.— (1) The Registrar shall examine whether the application fulfils the requirements of section 7 (1).

(2)
The invitation to file any correction under section 7 (2) shall be in writing and it shall specify the correction or corrections required and request that these be filed within two months from the date of the invitation, together with the payment of the prescribed fee.
(3)
If the application is treated as if it had not been filed, under section 7 (2), the Registrar shall notify the applicant in writing specifying the reasons.
(4)
Where the Registrar finds that the conditions set out in sections 3, 4 (4) and 6 (1), (3) and (10), and the Regulations pertaining thereto are not fulfilled, he shall invite the applicant in writing to file the required correction within two months from the date of the invitation, together with the payment of the prescribed fee, and if the applicant chooses not to comply with the invitation to correct a deficiency or where, despite correction submitted by the applicant, the Registrar is of the opinion that the said conditions are not fulfilled, he shall reject the application and notify the application in writing, stating the reasons.
(5)
Refusal of the application shall not affect its filing date which shall remain valid.
(6)
The Registrar shall notify the applicant, in writing, of his decision to grant or refuse the application and, in the case of a decision to grant the application, he shall request the applicant to pay the registration and publication fee within one month from the date of the notification.

Registration of industrial design

17.— (1) Subject to the payment of the registration and publication fee within the period prescribed in regulation 16 (6), the Registrar shall register the industrial design in accordance with section 8 (1) and this regulation.

(2)
The Registrar shall allot to each industrial design a registration number in sequential order of registration.
(3)
The registration of an industrial design shall include a representation of the industrial design and shall specify
(a)
the number of the industrial design;
(b)
the name and address of the registered owner;
(c)
the name and address of the agent, if any;
(d)
the name and address of the creator except where he has asked not to be named in the registration;
(e)
if priority has been claimed, and the claim has been accepted, the priority date and the country or countries in which or for which the earlier application was filed; and
(f)
the kind of products for which the industrial design is to be used;
(4)
The publication of the reference to the registration of anindustrial design under section 8 (1) shall contain the particulars specifiedin sub-regulation (3);
(5)
The certificate of registration of an industrial design shall be issued in Form 3 of Schedule II.

Renewal of registration

18.— (1) The renewal of registration of an industrial design under section 10 (2) may be made by the registered owner or his agent during the six month period preceding the expiry of the registration in Form 4 of schedule II.

(2)
The renewal shall be made by payment of the renewal fee within the specified period in sub-regulation (1) or, upon payment of the prescribed surcharge, within the grace period allowed under section 10 (3).
(3)
The renewal of an industrial design registration shall be recorded in the Register and shall be published.
(4)
The Registrar shall issue to the registered owner a certificate of renewal in Form 5 which contains —
(a)
the registration number of the industrial design;
(b)
the date of renewal and the date of expiry;
(c)
the name and address of the registered owner; and
(d)
an indication of the kind of products for which the industrial design has been registered.

Entries in the Register

19.— (1) The Registrar shall cause to be entered in the Register in respect of every industrial design, in addition to the information indicated in regulation 17 (3) —

(a)
the address for service;
(b)
the date on which the industrial design registration expired or was surrendered or invalidated;
(c)
any change in name, or address, or any change in ownership or address for service in accordance with regulations 20 and 21;
(d)
the fact that a licence contract has been concluded and recorded pursuant to section 14 (2).

Change in ownership, licence contracts

20.— (1) The request under section 13, for the recording of a change in ownership of an industrial design registered under the Act or of an application therefor shall be made on Form 6 and shall be subject to the payment of the prescribed fee.

(2)
The publication of the change in ownership shall specify —
(a)
the number of the application or registration concerned;
(b)
the filing date, the priority date, if any, and the date of registration;
(c)
the owner and new owner; and
(d)
the nature of the change of ownership.

(3) A licence contract submitted for recordal under section 14 (2) shall be accompanied by the prescribed fee.

1 If there is more than one person or competent authority, together, opposing the registration of the geographical indication, the data concerning each opponent must appear on a supplementary page if the space provided is not sufficient. Indicate the numbers continued on the supplementary page by their numerals and titles.

2 Where an Attorney-at-law has been appointed, the address for service of the Attorneyat-law shall be treated as the address to which communications shall be transmitted. (Regulation 2292))

Address for service

21.— (1) There shall be furnished to the Registrar –

(a)
by every applicant for the registration of an industrial design, an address for service in Saint Lucia for the purpose of his application; and
(b)
by every person (including the applicant for , or the owner of an industrial design, as the case may be) concerned in any proceedings to which any of these Regulations relate, an address for service in Saint Lucia;

and the address so furnished or, where another address (being an address in Saint Lucia) has been furnished in place thereof, that address shall be treated for the purpose of that application or those proceedings, as appropriate, as the address of that applicant or, as the case may be, of that person.

(2) Where an agent has been appointed in accordance with section 20 and Regulation 10, the address of the agent shall, for all purposes connected with the Act and these Regulations, be treated as the address to which communications to that person or persons who appointed the agent shall be transmitted.

Excluded days

22. When the last day for doing any act or taking any proceedings falls on a day when the office is not open to the public for business, it shall be lawful to do the act or take the proceedings on the day when the office is next open for business.

Search, certified copies

23.— (1) A search of the Register or any file pertaining to an industrial design shall be subject to payment of the prescribed fee.

(2) Requests for certified copies of extracts from a Register or for copies of documents shall be made to the Registrar in writing and shall be subject to payment of the prescribed fee.

Inspection of licence contracts

24. The file relating to a license contract may be inspected and extracts obtained only with the written permission of the licensor or licensee.

Correction of errors

25.— (1) Correction of errors under section 17 may be made by the Registrar upon receipt of a request in writing and subject to such terms as he may consider appropriate, or on his own initiative.

(2) Corrections made shall be communicated to all interested persons and, where considered necessary, shall be published by the Registrar.

Hearing

26.— (1) Before exercising adversely to any person any discretionary power given to the Registrar by the Act or these Regulations, the Registrar shall notify such person, in writing, of the opportunity to be heard thereon, and indicate a time limit, which shall not be less than one month, for filing a request for a hearing.

(2)
The request for hearing shall be in writing and shall be subject to the payment of the prescribed fee.
(3)
Upon receiving such request, the Registrar shall give to the person applying, and any other interested persons, at least two weeks notice, in writing, of the date of and time of the hearing.

Service by mail

27. Any notice, application or other document sent to the Registrar by mail shall be deemed to have been given, made or filed at the time when it would be delivered in the ordinary course of the mail and in proving such sending, it shall be sufficient to prove that the letter containing such notice, application or other document was properly addressed and sent by registered mail.

Extension of time

28. The time or periods prescribed by these Regulations for doing any act or taking any proceedings thereunder, other than the time prescribed in Regulation 13 (1), may be extended by the Registrar if he thinks fit, upon such notice to the parties and upon such terms as he may direct, and such extensions may be granted although the time or period for doing such act or taking such proceeding has already expired.

Directions by Registrar

29.— (1) At any stage of any proceedings before the Registrar, he may direct that such documents, information or evidence as he may require be furnished within such period of time as he may fix.

(2) Where no provision is made in the Act or these Regulations in respect of any matter arising in the administration of the Act, the Registrar may make such directions in respect thereof as he considers necessary.

Dispensation by the Registrar

30. Where under these Regulations, any person is to do any act or thing, or any document or evidence is required to be produced or filed, and it is shown to the satisfaction of the Registrar that from any reasonable cause that person is unable to do that act or thing, or that document or evidence cannot be produced or filed, the Registrar may, upon the production of such evidence and subject to such terms as he thinks fit, dispense with the doing of any such act or thing, or the production or filing of such document or evidence.

Hours of business

31. The office shall be opened to the public from Monday to Thursday inclusive, each week, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 2:00

p.m. and 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Fridays or such other time as the Companies & Intellectual Property (Registry) Act No. 12 of 2000 provides.

Evidence

32.— (1) Where under these Regulations evidence may be filed, it shall be by statutory declaration or affidavit.

(2) The Registrar may, if he thinks fit, in any particular case, take oral evidence in lieu of or in addition to such evidence and shall allow any witness to be cross-examined on his affidavit or declaration.

Statutory declarations and affidavits

33.— (1) Any statutory declaration or affidavit filed under the Act or these Regulations shall be made before any officer authorised by law in Saint Lucia to administer an oath for the purposes of any legal proceedings.

(2) Statutory declarations or affidavits made outside Saint Lucia shall be made before a Consul or Notary Public.

Publication

34. Particulars of industrial designs and other proceedings under the Act and any other information required to be published under the Act or these Regulations shall be published in the Official Gazette.

Registrar’s certificate

35.— (1) The Registrar may give a certificate, other than a certificate prescribed by the Act or these Regulations, regarding any entry, matter or thing that he is authorised or required by the Act or these Regulations to make or do.

(2)
A person who can show an interest in an entry, matter or thing for which a certificate is required may, by an application in Form 7 request the certificate from the Registrar, and the applicant need not disclose his interest unless required by the Registrar to do so.
(3)
In a certificate issued under this Regulation, the Registrar need not include a copy of any design unless a suitable copy of the design accompanies the application for the certificate.

General

36. The Registrar may acknowledge inquiries made to the office, but the Registrar need not furnish any applicant or other person with information that would require a search of the public records of the office or provide advice on matters concerning the interpretation of the Act or Regulations or concerning other questions of law.

SCHEDULE I FEES

MATTER

  1. Application for 1st design for each additional design

  2. Correction of application to comply with requirements for according filing date (Section 7 (2) regulation 16 (2))

  3. Correction of application to comply with formal requirements (Section 7 (3) Regulation 16 (4))

  4. Registration fee (Section 8 (1) Regulation 16 (6) and 17 (1))

  5. Publication fee

    1. Renewal fee (Section 10 (2) regulation 18 (2)) first renewal

    2. Second renewal
  6. Late payment of renewal fee

  7. Request for recordal of a licence contract (Section 14 (1) Regulation 20 (3))

  8. Application for recordal of change in ownership/ address (Section 13 Regulation 20 (1))

  9. Certified copies of documents

  10. Uncertified copies of documents

  11. Request for correction of error (Section 17 Regulation 25)

  12. Search of Register

  13. Search of industrial design file

  14. Request for hearing

  15. Filing of any document or for any act for which a fee is not provided

(Regulation 3)

AMOUNT

$200.00 $50.00

$10.00

$10.00

$10.00 $100.00

$50.00 $100.00 $200.00

$100.00

$50.00

$50.00

$1.00 per printed page; $10.00 per document $1.00 per page

$20.00 $3.00 $5.00 for up to three files,

$1.00 for each additional file $50.00

$20.00

Regulation 10

SCHDULE II

FORMS

FORM 1

AUTHORISATION OFAGENT

I/We1 ___________________________________________ hereby appoint the following attorney-at-law as my/our agent in respect of an application for an Industrial Design entitled 2 ________________________________________, and empower the appointed agent to sign and amend the application, to prosecute it, to receive the registration certificate, to effect the renewal, and to withdraw or surrender the application or registration, and rectify any act done by the agent in respect of the application or subsequent registration.

This authorisation revokes all previous authorisations.

Name of agent:

Address for Service

Mailing address

Tel Number

Fax Number

E-mail address

Dated this day of 20

Name and Signature3: ___________________________________

1 Fill in full name and address of applicant(s) 2 Insert title/name of industrial design 3 To be signed by applicant(s) and bear seal of company or partnership if appropriate

FORM 2 APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN For official use only Application #:

The Applicant(s) request(s) that the accompanying industrial design(s) be registered in respect of the following particulars:

1. Applicant (s)

(Additional information is contained on supplemental page) ___________ Name: ____________________________________________________ Address __________________________________________________ Mailing Address ___________________________________________ Nationality/ Principal place Residence __________

of business______________________ Telephone # ____________________ Fax # ______________

2. Authorisation of agent is

________ attached ________ will be filed within two months from the filing of this form

3. Creator of industrial design (s)

________ The creator is the applicant If the creator is not the applicant Name of creator ____________________________________________ Address _________________________________________________ The statement justifying the applicant’s right is attached. _____________

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4. Representations of the Industrial Design(s); Specimen (s)

This Form is accompanied (in respect of each industrial design) by _________ Four graphic representations _________ Four drawings or tracings _________ A specimen of the industrial design

5. Products

The kind of products for which the industrial design(s) is (are) to be used is (are) the following:

6. Joint application

The designs which are the subject of this application _______ Relate to the same set of composition of articles. Relate to the same class namely class No _____________________of the

International Classification

7. Deferred Publication

The applicant(s) request(s) that the publication of the industrial design be deferred for a period of ___________________months1 from the date of filing or, if priority is claimed, from the date of priority.

8. Priority Claim (if any)

The priority of an earlier application is claimed as follows: Country Filing date(s) Application No. The priority of more than one earlier application is claimed; the data is

indicated on a supplemental page ______________________________ The certified copy of the earlier application _________ Accompanies the Form _________ Will be furnished within two months of the filing of this Form

1 Insert requested period of deferment taking into account that Section 6 (8) the maximum period is 12 months.

9. Signature (s) __________________ __________________ Applicants/Agent2 Date

TO BE FILLED OUT BY THE REGISTRAR

  1. Date application received

  2. Date of receipt of corrections and later filed papers completing the application

2 Type name(s) under signature and delete whichever does not apply.

Regulation 17 Section 8 (1)

FORM 3

CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION OFAN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

I _______________________________________________ Registrar of Companies and Intellectual Property of the State of Saint Lucia hereby certify that an industrial design having the registration No. ____________ has been registered to:

Name: ____________________________________________________ Address: _________________________________________________ on _________(date)__________________ in respect of an industrial design disclosed in an application for registration of that industrial design, having the

following: Filing date: _______________________________________________ Priority date: ______________________________________________

being an industrial design for _____________________________________ created by Name ____________________________________________________ Address __________________________________________________ A copy of the reproduction of the design accompanies this certificate. The publication of the registration will be deferred, as requested until ________2 Dated this day of 20

2 Insert date in accordance with Section 6 (8)

1

Where two or more designs are subject of the application, in accordance with Section 6 (7), certificates are to be issued separately for each design.

Registrar Companies and Intellectual Property

Section 10 (2) Regulation 18 (1)

FORM 4 APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OFAN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN Industrial Design No:

I/We _______________________________________ of________________ Name(s) and address (es)

the registered owner(s) of the Industrial Design No: ______________________

hereby apply for renewal of the said Design in accordance with section 10(2) (or 10(3)) of the Act.

Agent (if applicable): ____________________________________________ Name _______________________________________________________ Address_____________________________________________________

Dated this day of , 20

Name and Signature: ____________________________________________ Applicant / Agent

Regulation 18 (4)

FORM 5 CERTIFICATE OF RENEWAL OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

I, ________________________________________Registrar of Companies and Intellectual Property hereby certify that Industrial Design No_______________________ has been renewed pursuant to application for renewal filed_______________________

Date of renewal ________________________________________________ Date of expiration ______________________________________________ Name of Registered owner: _______________________________________ Address _____________________________________________________ Products in respect of which industrial design registered_________________

Witness my hand this day of 20

Registrar Companies and Intellectual Property

Section 13 Regulation 20 (1)

FORM 6 APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP

1. In the matter of:

_______ Application for Registration Filing Date: of Industrial Design No.

_______ Industrial Design No. Registration Date:

2. Applicant(s)/owner(s) Name: ___________________________________________________ Address: _________________________________________________

3. Request

The Registrar is hereby requested to record the change of ownership of the above-identified ___________________________________________1 The present applicant(s) /owner(s) is/are identified above. The new applicant(s) /owner(s) is/are identified below.

4. New Applicant (s) / Owner(s) Name: ___________________________________________________ Address: _________________________________________________ Agent (if applicable) _______________________________________ Nationality ________________________________________________ Principal place of business _____________________________________

1 Indicate registered design or application

5. Additional information

The following items accompany this Form _________ The original or a certified copy of the document evidencing the change of ownership, signed by or on behalf of the parties _________ Other documents evidencing this change in ownership (specify) _________ Other (specify)

6. Names and Signatures

__________________________ New Applicant(s)/New owner(s)/ Agent __________________________ Date __________________________ Applicant(s)/ Owner(s)/ Agent

2 Delete whichever is inapplicable 3 Delete whichever is inapplicable

Regulation 35 (2)

FORM 7

REQUEST FOR CERTIFICATE OFTHE REGISTRAR IN RELATION TO AN ENTRY,MATTER OR THING

IN THE MATTER OF1 ( e.g. an application for change of name)

I/We _________________________________________________ hereby (insert name and address)

request the Registrar to furnish me (us) with ___________________________2

Dated this day of 20

3

Name and Signature

4

To: The Registrar Registry of Companies and Intellectual Property Saint Lucia

1 These words matter be altered to suit other circumstances 2 Here set out the particulars that the Director is required to certify 3 Signature(s) with full names typed below 4 Address

FORM 8 CHANGE OF NAME/ADDRESS

I/We __________________________________________ the owner(s) of the (insert name and address)

application for registration of an industrial design (or the registered design identified below) wish to have recorded a change of name/address to

(insert new name /address)

Registration No.________________________________________________ Date registered _________________________________________________ Date of application filed __________________________________________ Title of design ________________________________________________ Agent (if applicable) ___________________________________________ Signed: (signature of owner(s)/agent)

(Name of owner(s)/ agent)

Authorisation of Agent to accompany this Form

Made this 2nd day of June, 2003

PETRUS COMPTON,

Minister for Intellectual Property.

SAINT LUCIA

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