Scope Of The Paris Convention For The Protection Of Industrial Property

Original Language Title: Geltungsbereich der Pariser Verbandsübereinkunft zum Schutz des gewerblichen Eigentums

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57th Federal Chancellor's announcement concerning the scope of the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property

According to the Communications of the Director-General of the World Intellectual Property Organization, the following other countries have their instruments of accession to the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property of 20 March 1883, revised in Brussels on 14 March 1883. December 1900, in Washington on 2 June 1911, in Haag on 6 November 1925, in London on 2 June 1934, in Lisbon on 31. October 1958, and in Stockholm on 14 July 1967 (BGBl. No 399/1973 idF BGBl. No 384/1984, as last amended by BGBl. I n ° 2/2008, last proclamation of the BGBl scope. (iii) No 81/2000) Declares that it should continue to be bound by the agreement of the association:

States:

Date of deposit of the instrument of accession or Declaration of Continuity:

Andorra

2 March 2004

Angola

27 September 2007

Bhutan

4 May 2000

Brunei Darussalam

17 November 2011

Djibouti

13 February 2002

Yemen

15. November 2006

Qatar

5 April 2000

Comoros

3. January 2005

Lithuania

21 February 1994

Montenegro

4 December 2006

With effect from 3 June 2006

Namibia

29 December 2003

Nepal

22 March 2001

Pakistan

22 April 2004

Saudi Arabia

11 December 2003

Serbia

19 September 2006

With effect from 3 June 2006

Seychelles

7 August 2002

Syria

13 September 2002

Thailand

2 May 2008

Tonga

14 March 2001

In addition, the Kingdom of the Netherlands 1 announced that the Netherlands Antilles with 10. October 2010 have stopped to exist. From that date, the Convention will continue to apply to Curaçao and Sint Maarten, as well as to the islands of Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba, which became part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Europe.

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