Friday, December 9 2022   \  Published by S.S. Rana & Co..

Reduction in amount of Individual Fee while designating Tunisia

Reduction in amount of Individual Fee while designating Tunisia

The Madrid Protocol is a convenient and cost-effective system that offers owners of the trademark the possibility to have their trademark protected in several countries (up to 128 countries*) by filing only one application and submitting a single set of fees. The System allows central management of trademark registrations with effects in various countries by providing a user friendly, expeditious and cost-effective set of procedures for the central filing of trademark application.

The Director General of World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in accordance with rule 35(2) (d) of the Regulations under the Madrid Protocol has established new amounts, in Swiss francs, of the individual fee that is payable when Tunisia is designated in an international application, in a designation subsequent to an international registration and in respect of the renewal of an international registration in which Tunisia has been designated. Read more

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