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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57. public announcement of the Federal Chancellor concerning the scope of the Paris Convention for the protection of industrial property

After messages of the Director General of the world intellectual property organization, following other States have revised their instruments of accession to the Paris Convention for the protection of industrial property of March 20, 1883, in Brussels on December 14, 1900, at Washington on June 2, 1911, at the Hague on 6 November 1925, at London on June 2, 1934, at Lisbon on October 31, 1958, and at Stockholm on July 14, 1967 (Federal Law Gazette No. 399/1973 idF BGBl. No. 384/1984) , as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 2/2008, last proclamation of the scope BGBl. III No. 81/2000) defined or explained, continue to consider themselves bound to the Convention:

 







States:









Date of deposit of the instrument of accession or declaration of continuity:









Andorra





March 2, 2004







Angola





September 27, 2007







Bhutan





May 4, 2000







Brunei Darussalam





November 17, 2011







Djibouti





February 13, 2002







Yemen





November 15, 2006







Qatar





April 5, 2000







Comoros





January 3, 2005







Lithuania





February 21, 1994







Montenegro





December 4, 2006

with effect from June 3, 2006







Namibia





December 29, 2003







Nepal





March 22, 2001







Pakistan





April 22, 2004







Saudi Arabia





December 11, 2003







Serbia





September 19, 2006

with effect from June 3, 2006







Seychelles





August 7, 2002







Syria





September 13, 2002







Thailand





May 2nd, 2008







Tonga





March 14, 2001





 

In addition, the Kingdom of the Niederlande1 announced that the Netherlands Antilles have with ceased to exist 10 October 2010. From this point on, the Convention shall apply on Curaçao and Sint Maarten, as well as on the islands of Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba, which became part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Europe continue.

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