Model Law for Developing Countries on Marks, Trade Names, and Acts of Unfair Competition

Autor(es): OMPI | Año de publicación: 1967

The Model Law consists of five Parts - Part I: general provisions, containing several definitions and the principles of application of international conventions and the rights of foreigners; Part II: detailed provisions relating to trademarks and service marks; Part III: supplementary provisions concerning collective marks; Part IV: some provisions concerning trade names and acts of unfair competition, including misuse of indications of source and appellations of origin; Part V: procedural provisions and rules.