On Access In The Czech Republic To The International Convention

Original Language Title: o přístupu republiky Československé k mezinárodní úmluvě

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Read the untranslated law here: https://portal.gov.cz/app/zakony/download?idBiblio=2646&nr=365~2F1921~20Sb.&ft=txt

365/1921.



Decree



Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Czechoslovakia



of 6 May 1999. October 1921



on access in the Czech Republic to the International Convention on the registration of

factory and trade marks, concluded on 14 June 2005. April 1891 in Madrid.



On the basis of article 20. the contract between the Leading powers the United and

combined and Czechoslovakia, signed June 10. September 1919

Saint-Germain-en Laye, approved by the National Assembly on 7 December. November

1919 and ratified by the President of the Republic on 10. November 1919

the Czechoslovak Republic acceded note, the Minister of Foreign Affairs

of 20 December. June 1919, accompanied by a musical note of 8 June. August 1919 to

the International Convention concerning the international registration of factory and business

marks, concluded on 14 June 2005. April 1891 in Madrid between Austria, Hungary,

Brasilií, Belgium, Cuba, Spain, France, Italy, Mexico,

The Netherlands, Portugal, Switzerland and Tunisia; the Convention has been revised

on 14 June 2005. December 1900 in Brussels and 2. June 1911 in Washington DC; This

revisí replaced the original Convention of 14 June 2001. April 1891.



This Convention was published in the Austrian Imperial Penal Code of 1913 under the

# 64. under (II). and in the collection of laws of the Hungarian as the legal article VIII. from

in 1913.



Access of the Czechoslovak Republic was confirmed by a musical note of the Swiss Federal

Of the Council of 5 November 2002. September 1919 and acquired the international scope of day 5. October

1919.



Is announced with the fact that these States have acceded to the Convention:



Surinam and Curacao (1/3rd), Morocco (30/7 1917), Romania (6/10.

1920) and Yugoslavia (26/2.1921).



Dr. Edvard Beneš in r.