Of The Budapest Treaty On The International Recognition Of The Deposit Of The Micro.

Original Language Title: o Budapeštské smlouvě o mezinárodním uznávání uložení mikroorg.

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212/1989 Coll.
DECREE


Minister of Foreign Affairs of 29 December 1989 on
Budapest Treaty on the International Recognition of the Deposit of Microorganisms for the purposes
Patent Procedure and the Regulations thereto

On April 28, 1977 was negotiated in Budapest Budapest Treaty on the International Recognition
Deposit of Microorganisms for the Purposes of Patent
management and implementing regulations.

Instrument of accession to the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic
Budapest Treaty on the International Recognition of the Deposit of Microorganisms for the purposes of patent procedure
was deposited with the Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization
, depositary of the Budapest Treaty on
fifth May 1989.

Budapest Treaty entered into force by virtue of Article 16, paragraph
. 1 on 19 August 1980. For the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic
Budapest Treaty entered into force in accordance with its Article 16, paragraph
. 2 on 5 August 1989.

Czech translation of the Budapest Treaty shall be open simultaneously.
Minister
:
Dienstbier vr

Budapest Treaty


On the International Recognition of the Deposit of Microorganisms for the Purposes of Patent
management adopted at the Budapest Diplomatic Conference on April 28
1977 and amended in 1980
Introductory provisions

Article 1



Establishment of the Union
Countries that are parties to this agreement (the "Contracting States") constitute
Union for the International Recognition of the Deposit of Microorganisms for the purposes of patent procedure
.
Article 2



Definitions
For the purposes of this Agreement and its Implementing Regulations:

/ I / patent refers to patents, copyrights certificates
utility certificates, utility models, additional patents or supplementary
certificate supplementary copyright certificates and additional utility certificates;

/ Ii / 'saving micro-organism "means - depending on the context in which they occur
words - following acts carried out under this Agreement and its implementing regulation
:
international transfer of microorganisms ukládacímu place that microbes take over and accept or
storage of microorganisms such international depositary or
above mentioned transmission and storage;

/ Iii / 'patent proceedings "means any administrative or judicial proceedings
related to a patent application or patent;

/ Iv / "publication for the purposes of patent procedure" means the official
publication of the patent application or a patent or unloading their official
for public viewing;

/ V / "intergovernmental industrial property organization" means
organization that filed a declaration under Article 9 (1);

/ Vi / "industrial property office" means an office of a Contracting State
or any intergovernmental industrial property organization
relevant to the granting of patents;

/ Vii / "depositary institution" means an institution which caters
receipt, acceptance and storage of microorganisms and their delivery
samples;

/ Viii / "international storage site" means a depositary institution,
which under Article 7 of the Statute acquired depositary;

/ Ix /. "Depositor" means the natural person or legal entity transmitting a microorganism
international ukládacímu place that microorganism
accepted and adopted, and the legal successor of listed natural or legal person
;

/ X / "Union" means the Union referred to in Article 1;

/ Xi / "Assembly" means the Assembly referred to in Article 10;

/ XII / "Organization" means the World Intellectual Property Organization;

/ XIII / "International Bureau" means the International Bureau of the Organization, and
throughout its duration and also the United International Bureaux for the Protection
Intellectual Property (BIRPI);

/ Xiv / "Director General" means the Director General of the Organization;

/ X / "Implementing Regulations" means the Regulations referred to in Article 12.

TITLE
I
Basic provisions

Article 3


Recognition of the Deposit of Microorganisms and effects

(1)

A) Contracting States which allow or require
Deposit of Microorganisms for the Purposes of Patent Procedure, recognized for such purposes
deposit of a microorganism with any international depositary.
Such recognition includes recognition of the fact and date of deposit of the stated international

Storage place, as well as recognition of the fact that what was delivered
as a sample is a sample of the deposited microorganism.

B) Any State Party may request a copy of the receipt of deposit
referred to in subparagraph a), issued by the international depositary.

(2) With respect to matters governed by this Treaty and the
regulation, any Contracting State may require compliance with requirements
different from the requirements laid down by this Treaty and
implementing regulations, or requirements with regard to Additional them.
Article 4

New store


(1)

A) Where the international depositary for whatever reason, can no longer deliver
samples deposited microorganism, namely:

/ I / if there is no longer a viable microorganism, or

/ Ii / required if the supply of samples to be sent abroad, and
export or import restrictions would send abroad or receipt of a sample
abroad did not allow

The depositary shall notify the depositor immediately after such impossibility
was found that samples can not deliver, and give reasons; with reservations
provisions of para. (2) and pursuant to the provisions of this paragraph, the deponent
right to make a new deposit of the microorganism which was the subject
initial deposit.

B) The new deposit is made with the international depositary, where
original deposit was made, provided that:

/ I / is performed at another international depositary if
institution with which the original deposit was made, became statute
international depositary authority, either entirely or with respect
kind of microorganism to which deposited microorganism belongs, or if
international depositary authority with which the original deposit was made,
cease permanently or temporarily to perform his functions as regards
deposited microorganisms;

/ Ii / can be done with another international depositary authority in
case referred to in paragraph a) / ii /.

C) Any new deposit to accompany him deponent signed declaration
which confirms that the microorganism which is the subject of the new deposit is
consistent with the microorganism which was originally deposited.
If there are objections to deponentovu allegations governing the burden of proof
relevant legislation.

D) Subject to the provisions of subparagraphs a) to c) and e) a new deposit
deemed made on the date of the original order, if all
previous statements about the viability of the microorganism which was originally deposited
It suggests that the organism was
viable, and if the new deposit was carried out within three months
date on which the depositor received the notification referred to in subparagraph a).

E) In cases where the true subparagraph b) / i / and the depositor does not receive
notification referred to in subparagraph a) within six months from the date on which
was published by the International Bureau termination, reduction or interruption by | || subparagraph b) / i /, calculates the three-month period referred to in subparagraph d)
date of this publication.

(2) The right referred to in paragraph (1)) exists, if it was said
microorganism transferred to another international depositary,
if the depositary is able to supply samples this
microorganism.
Article 5


Export and import restrictions

Each Contracting State recognizes that it is highly desirable that restrictions
exists, and the scope of restrictions on exports of certain kinds of microorganisms from its
territory or their importation into its territory true for stored or store
designated microorganisms under this agreement only if
restriction is necessary with respect to national security or a danger to
health or the environment.
Article 6


Status of international depositary

(1) Any depository institution, in order to be eligible for the statute
international depositary must be a Contracting State and must benefit
assurances provided by the State that the institution complies and will
continue to meet the requirements specified in paragraph (2).
Given assurances can be granted to an intergovernmental organization
industrial property; in this case, the depositary must be
territory of a Member State of that organization.

(2) The function of international depositary depository institution must:

/ I / there permanently;


/ Ii / have the personnel and the equipment prescribed in the Regulations,
necessary to perform its scientific and administrative tasks under this contract
;

/ Iii / be impartial and objective;

/ Iv / for storing purposes, on the same terms for all
depositors;

/ V / accept for deposit any or certain kinds of microorganisms,
examine their viability and store them under the provisions
IPC;

/ Vi / depositors to issue a receipt and any required viability statement on
under the provisions of the Regulations;

/ Vii / confidentiality, in terms of the Deposit of Microorganisms, according
provisions of the Regulations;

/ Viii / and in the manner specified in the implementing regulation
supply samples of any deposited microorganism.

(3) The implementing regulation lays down the measures which they must:

/ I / if the international depositary authority to stop temporarily or permanently
perform its functions as regards deposited microorganisms
or if it refuses to accept any of the kinds of microorganisms which has
receive within the meaning given assurances;

/ Ii / in the event that the international depositary of extinction or restriction
status of international depositary.
Article 7


Acquiring the status of international depositary

(1)

A) the depositary institution acquires the status of international depositary
on the basis of a written notification addressed to the Director General
Contracting State in whose territory the depository institution is located, and containing
statement of assurance in the sense that those institution meets
and will continue to meet the conditions set out in Article 6 (2). Of the Statute
can also be acquired on the basis of a written notification addressed to the Director General
intergovernmental industrial property organization;
this notice must also contain a statement.

B) The notice also includes information on the depository institution by
Implementing Regulations and may indicate the date from which has the status of international depositary
take effect.

(2)

A) Where the CEO, the notice contains the necessary
statements and that were obtained all the required information, it will notice
promptly published by the International Bureau.

B) of the Statute of international depositary authority shall be acquired from the date of publication
notification, or the date specified under paragraph 1 b)
if this date is later than the date of publication of the notice.

(3) The implementing regulation lays down the details of proceedings under paragraphs (1) and
(2)
Article 8


Termination and restriction status of international depositary

(1)

A) Any Contracting State or any intergovernmental organization
industrial property may request the Assembly to abolish the statute
international depositary or to restrict it to certain kinds of microorganisms
on the basis that the requirements specified Article 6
not been met or are no longer met. Such a requirement can not be raised
Contracting State or intergovernmental organization for industrial property
terms of international depositary authority for which
made a declaration under Article 7 (1)).

B) Before submitting an application under subparagraph a)
Contracting State or intergovernmental industrial property organizations communicate via
CEO Contracting State or intergovernmental organization
industrial property, which made the notification under Article 7 (1 )
reasons for the intended application, so that that state or organization may
within a period of six months from the date of that communication take appropriate measures
ensure that the intended application filing was not necessary.

C) Where the Assembly that the request is justified, shall decide on the termination
status of international depositary for depositary referred to in subparagraph
) or a limitation of this Statute only certain kinds of microorganisms
. The decision of the Assembly requires two thirds of the votes cast in favor
request.

(2)

A) The Contracting State or intergovernmental industrial property organization,
which made the declaration referred to in Article 7 (1)) may
notification addressed to the Director General, withdraw its declaration either entirely or only if
relates to certain kinds of microorganisms. It will do so in every

Case, to the extent that their assurances are no longer valid.

B) From the date specified in the implementing regulation has such an announcement for
either result in revocation status of international depositary if
concerns the declaration of the total, or the relevant statute of limitations,
if it relates only to certain species of microorganisms.

(3) The implementing regulation lays down the details of proceedings under paragraphs (1) and
(2).
Article 9


Intergovernmental Organisation for Industrial Property

(1)

A) Any intergovernmental organization which commissioned some states
granting regional patents and of which all Member States are members
International (Paris) Union for the Protection of Industrial Property
Director General may make a declaration that it accepts
obligation of recognition provided for in Article 3 (1)) concerning the requirements indicated in
Article 3 (2) and all the effects of the provisions of this treaty and the
regulations applicable to intergovernmental industrial property organizations.
If the declaration referred to in the previous sentence
filed before the entry into force of this Treaty under Article 16 (1), becomes effective on the date
said entry into force. If filed after such entry
into force, it shall become effective three months after the administration. If there is
statement specified later date, the statement becomes effective from that date
.

B) The said organization shall have the right provided for in Article 3 (1) b).

(2) If any provision of this Agreement or implementing
regulations affecting intergovernmental industrial property organizations
is revised or amended, any intergovernmental organization
industrial property may withdraw its declaration referred to in paragraph || | (1) notification addressed to the Director General.
Withdrawal shall take effect:

/ I / if the notification has been received before the date on which the revision or amendment enters into force
on that date;

/ Ii / if the notification has been received after the date referred to in
/ i /, the date specified in the notice, or if no such indication exists,
three months after the date on which the notification was received.

(3) In addition to the case referred to in paragraph (2), any intergovernmental
industrial property organization may withdraw its declaration referred to in paragraph
(1) a) by notification addressed to the Director General.
This withdrawal shall take effect two years after the date on which the Director General has received the notification
. After a period of 5 years from the date on which the declaration took effect
No notification of withdrawal under this paragraph.

(4) The withdrawal referred to in paragraph (2) or (3) by an intergovernmental
industrial property organization whose communication under Article 7
(1) led to the acquisition of the status of international depositary authority by a depositary institution
has resulted in termination of such status one year after the date on which
CEO received a notice of appeal.

(5) The declaration under paragraph (1)), a notice of appeal under
paragraph (2) or (3), assurances furnished under Article 6 (1)
second sentence, and included in a declaration made in accordance with Article 7 (1))
requests submitted under Article 8 (1), a notice of appeal under Article 8
(2) require the express prior approval of the supreme governing body
intergovernmental organization for industry property, whose members are
all Member States of such organization and in which decisions are made by the official
representatives of the governments of these countries.
TITLE II

Administrative Provisions

Article 10



Assembly
(1)

A) The Assembly shall consist of the Contracting States.

B) Each Contracting State shall be represented by one delegate, who may have
available alternates, advisors and experts.

C) Any intergovernmental industrial property organizations is
represented at meetings of the Assembly and in any committee and working group established
Assembly special observers.

D) Any State which is not a member of the Union, but members of or
International (Paris) Union for the Protection of Industrial Property and
any intergovernmental organization specialized in the field of patents, which is an intergovernmental organization
industrial property within the meaning of Article 2)
may be represented by observers at meetings of the Assembly and
if so ordered by the Assembly, also at committee meetings or working

Groups established by the Assembly.

(2)

A) Assembly:

/ I / I deal with all matters concerning the maintenance and development of the Union and
implementation thereof;

/ Ii / exercise such rights and perform such tasks which were particularly
granted or reserved by this Agreement;

/ Iii / gives the Director General of the directive concerning the preparation
revision conferences;

/ Iv / review and approve the reports and activities of the Director General
concerning the Union, and give him all necessary directives concerning matters within the competence of the Union
;

/ V / establishes such committees and working groups as it deems appropriate
to facilitate the activities of the Union;

/ Vi / decided, subject to paragraph (1) d), on which non
States, which intergovernmental organizations other than intergovernmental organizations
industrial property rights referred to in Article 2), and that international
NGOs may attend meetings as observers, and also
about the extent to which international storage sites may
through their representatives to attend meetings as observers;

/ Vii / is taking any other appropriate action to achieve the objectives of the Union;

/ Viii / perform such other convenient functions under this agreement.

B) All questions interested the other Unions administered by the Organization
decided by the Assembly after consulting the Coordination Committee of the Organization
.

(3) A delegate may represent only one Contracting State and only
vote on his behalf.

(4) Each Contracting State shall have one vote.

(5)

A) Half the number of States Parties shall constitute a quorum.

B) the absence of the quorum, the Assembly may make decisions
but all such decisions, except those concerning his own
procedural questions shall become effective only if
if it was the required quorum and the required majority is voting
letter, as stipulated in the regulations.

(6)

A) Subject to the provisions of Articles 8 (1) c), 12 (4) and 14 (2) b) a decision
Assembly requires a majority of the votes cast.

B) Abstentions are not considered votes in the poll.

(7)

A) The Assembly shall meet in regular session once every two years
convened by the Director General, preferably during the same period and
same place as the General Assembly of the Organization.

B) The Assembly shall meet in extraordinary session upon convocation
Director General, either on his own initiative or at the request
one quarter of the Contracting States.

(8) The Assembly shall adopt its own rules of procedure.
Article 11



International Bureau
(1) International Bureau:

/ I / perform administrative tasks concerning the Union, in particular the tasks that are particularly her
imposed by this Treaty and the Regulations or
Assembly;

/ Ii / function ensures the secretariat of revision conferences, of the Assembly
committees and working groups established by the Assembly and all other meetings convened
Director General and dealing
questions relating to the Union.

(2) The Director General is the highest official of the Union and shall represent it.

(3) The Director General shall convene all meetings dealing with matters that concern
Union.

(4)

A) The Director General and any staff member designated by the executive apparatus
CEO shall participate without voting rights in all meetings
Assembly, committees and working groups established by the Assembly and
all other meetings convened by the Director General and | || discussing matters relating to the European Union.

B) The Director General or a staff member designated by the executive apparatus
Director-General performs an ex officio position of Secretary of the Assembly and committees
working groups and other meetings referred to in subparagraph a).

(5)

A) The Director General prepares the Review Conference in accordance with the directives
Assembly.

B) As regards the preparations for revision conferences may
Managing Director consult with intergovernmental organizations and international non-governmental organizations
.

C) The Director General and persons designated by him shall participate, without voting rights
discussions at revision conferences.

D) The Director General or any officer designated by him Executive

Apparatus is an ex officio secretary of any revision conference.
Article 12

Implementing Regulations


(1) The Regulations provide rules concerning:

/ I / things that this agreement expressly refers to the implementing regulation
or which expressly provides that they are or shall be prescribed;

/ Ii / all administrative requirements, matters or procedures;

/ Iii / all of the details needed to implement this agreement.

(2) The Regulations adopted simultaneously with this agreement is attached to this contract
.

(3) The Assembly may change the implementing regulation.

(4)

A) Subject to the provisions of subparagraph b) for acceptance of any changes
Implementing Regulations require two-thirds of the votes cast.

B) for acceptance of any changes relating to the supply of samples stored
microorganisms international depositary is required to
any State Party to vote against the proposed amendment.

(5) In the event of conflict between the provisions of this Treaty and the provisions
IPC are resolute provisions of this Treaty.
TITLE III


Revision and amendment
Article 13



Revision of the Treaty
(1) The Conference of States Parties may from time to time to review the provisions of this contract
.

(2) The convocation of any revision conference shall be decided by the Assembly.

(3) Articles 10 and 11 may be amended either by a revision conference or according to Article 14.

Article 14


Amendment of certain provisions of the treaty

(1)

A) Proposals for the amendment of Articles 10 and 11 may emanate from any initiative
Contracting State or the Director General.

B) The Director General shall notify the Contracting States of such proposals
least six months prior to these proposals by the Assembly.

(2)

A) Amendments to the Articles referred to in paragraph (1) shall be adopted by the Assembly.

B) Adoption of any amendment to Article 10 is required
four-fifths of the votes cast; the adoption of any amendment to Article 11 is required
three-fourths of the votes cast.

(3)

A) Any amendment to the Articles referred to in paragraph (1) shall enter into force
one month after the Director General has received three-fourths of the total
number of States Parties which were members of the Assembly at the time of the || | Assembly adopted the amendment, written notification of acceptance, made in
conformity with the constitutional provisions of the Contracting States.

B) Any amendment thus accepted these articles
bind all the Contracting States which were Contracting States at the time the Assembly adopted the amendment
, with the proviso that any amendment creating for those Contracting Parties
financial obligations or increasing such obligations, binds only those of
parties have indicated that they accept such amendment.

C) Any amendment, which was adopted and entered into force in
accordance with subparagraph a) shall bind all States which become
Contracting States after the date of adoption of the amendment by the Assembly.
TITLE IV

Final provisions

Article 15


Emergence membership under contract

(1) Any State that is a member of the International (Paris) Union for the Protection of Industrial Property
, may become party to this Treaty, if
:

/ I / will sign and then submit the instrument of ratification or

/ Ii / submit the instrument of accession.

(2) Instruments of ratification or accession shall be deposited with the Director General
.
Article 16


Entry into Force

(1) With regard to the five States or intergovernmental organizations such
first submitted its instrument of ratification of accession
it shall enter into force three months after the date of submission of the fifth instrument of ratification or
instrument of accession.

(2) With respect to any other State, it shall enter into force
three months from the date the State submitted its
instrument of ratification or of accession if the document or set
statements not stated a later date. In this case
it shall enter into force from the date so that if it concerns
respective state.
Article 17

Termination


(1) Each party may terminate this Agreement by notification addressed to the Director General
.

(2) Denunciation shall take effect two years after the date on which the Director General
received the notification.


(3) No Contracting State shall have the right to terminate this Agreement by
provisions of paragraph (1) before the expiry of five years from the date when it became a party to the contracts
.

(4) The denunciation of this Agreement by a Contracting State that made the declaration
under Article 7 (1)) with respect to a depositary institution which thus acquired
status of international depositary, has resulted in the termination of such
Statute for one year from the date on which the Director General has received notification
referred to in paragraph (1).
Article 18


Signing of contracts and agreements languages ​​

(1)

A) This Treaty is signed in a single original in French
and English languages, both texts being equally authentic.

B) Official texts of this Treaty provides for the Director General after consultation with the Governments concerned
within two months from the date of signing of this contract
in the other languages ​​in which the Convention was signed on the establishment
World Intellectual Property Organization.

C) Official texts provides the CEO after consultation with the interested
governments, in Arabic, German, Italian, Portuguese and Japanese
language or in other languages ​​as the Assembly may designate.

(2) This Agreement shall remain open for signature at Budapest until 31 December
1987th
Article 19


Saving contracts; forwarding copies; Registration contracts

(1) After the deadline reserved for the signature of the original of this contract
deposited with the Director General.

(2) The Director General shall transmit two copies, certified by him this contract and
IPC The governments of all the countries referred to in Article 15 (1)
intergovernmental organizations specified in Article 9 (1) and to request the Government || | any other state.

(3) The Director General shall register this Treaty with the Secretariat of the United Nations
.

(4) The Director General shall transmit two copies, certified by him of any changes to this
Treaty and the Regulations to all Contracting States, to all intergovernmental organizations
industrial property and upon request
Government of any other country and any other intergovernmental organization that may file
declaration under Article 9 (1)).
Article 20



Announcement
Director General shall notify the Contracting States, intergovernmental organizations
industrial property and states that are not members of the Union but are members
International (Paris) Union for the Protection of Industrial Property:

/ I / connection signatures under Article 18;

/ Ii / deposit of instruments of ratification or accession by
of Article 15 (2);

/ Iii / declarations filed under Article 9 (1)) and a notice of appeal
under Article 9 (2) or (3);

/ Iv / date of entry into force of this Treaty under Article 16 (1);

/ V / notification pursuant to Articles 7 and 8 and the decisions under Article 16 (1);

/ Vi / adoption of amendments to this Treaty under Article 14 (3);

/ Vii / any change in IPC;

/ Viii / data, since the entry into force of amendments to the contract or implementing
regulation;

/ Ix / denunciations received under Article 17.


REGULATIONS
To the Budapest Treaty on the International Recognition of the Deposit of Microorganisms for the Purposes of Patent Procedure
changed in 1981

Rule 1 Abbreviated Expressions and Interpretation of the word "signature"

01.01

"Contract"

The Implementing Regulations to the word "Agreement" means
Budapest Treaty on the International Recognition of the Deposit of Microorganisms for the purposes of patent procedure
.

02.01

"Article"

The Implementing Regulations, "Article" means an article
Treaty.

03.01

"Signature"

If the law of the State in whose territory is the international
storage space, requires the use of a seal instead of a signature, it is understood that
for the purposes of such depositary word "signature" means "seal".

Rule 2 International depositary

02.01
Legal status


International depositary institution may be a government body, including public
institutions affiliated to any public administrative body else
than the central government or a private entity.

02.02

Personnel and equipment

Requirements of Article 6 (2) / ii / are as follows:

/ I / staff and facilities of international depositary has indicated spot
allow preservation of deposited microorganisms
way which ensures that they are kept viable and uncontaminated;


/ Ii / storage of microorganisms by the international depositary
care for sufficient safety measures to be reduced to the bare minimum
risk of losing microorganisms deposited with him.

03.02
Supplying samples


Requirements of Article 6 (2) / viii / include in particular the requirement that
international depositary authority must supply samples of microorganisms deposited
expeditious and appropriate manner.

Rule 3 Acquisition of the Status of International Depositary

03.01


Announcement
A) The notice referred to in Article 7 (1) shall be addressed to the Director General, and in the case
Contracting State through diplomatic channels and, in the case
intergovernmental industrial property organization's chief executive officer
.

B) Notification:

/ I / indicates the name and address of the depositary institution, which the notification relates;

/ Ii / contains detailed information regarding the institution's ability
meet the requirements specified in Article 6 (2), including information about its
legal status, on the scientific level of personnel and equipment;

/ Iii / gives a list of types of microorganisms intends If the specified storage
institutions may take to store only some of their species;

/ Iv / indicates the level of charges that will be referred to the institution after the acquisition
status of international depositary charged for storage, for
certificate of viability and for the delivery of samples of microorganisms;

/ V / indicates the official language or languages ​​of the said institution;

/ Vi / coming-if applicable, specifying the date referred to in Article 7 (1) b).

03.02

Notification procedure

Complies If the notification under Article 7 (1) and Rule 1.3, it shall advise him
CEO forthwith all Contracting States and intergovernmental organizations
industrial property. The International Bureau shall promptly publish
.

03.03

Extending the list of accepted microorganisms

Contracting State or intergovernmental industrial property organization,
which made the notification under Article 7 (1) may at any time thereafter
Sending messages Director General that its assurances are extended to specified kinds of microorganisms
, not yet
assurance requirement. In such a case, and as far as the additional kinds of microorganisms
, mutatis mutandis, Article 7 and Rule 1.3 and 3.2

Rule 4 Termination or restriction status of international depositary

04.01

Application; the application procedure

A) The application referred to in Article 8 (1)) shall be addressed to the Director General
as provided in Rule 3.1 and).

B) The request shall contain:

/ I / the name and address of the international depositary;

/ Ii / the list of kinds of microorganisms, if the application concerns only
some of their comrades;

/ Iii / particulars of the facts on which the application is based.

C) if the request conforms to the provisions of paragraphs a) and b), inform her
CEO forthwith all Contracting States and intergovernmental organizations
industrial property.

D) In ​​accordance with paragraph e), the Assembly proposal
no earlier than six months and no later than the first eight months of the notification of the request
.

E) If the Director General is of the opinion that compliance with the deadline by
paragraph d) could endanger the interests of actual or potential depositors
may convene the Assembly for a date earlier than the date when the deadline passes
six months specified in paragraph d).

F) If the Assembly decides to cancel the status of international depositary
or restrict it to certain kinds of microorganisms, it becomes the decision
effective three months from the date it was made.

04.02

Announcement; legally effective date; notification procedure

A) The notice referred to in Article 8 (2)) shall be addressed to the Director General
under the provisions of Rule 3 (1)).

B) The notice shall specify:

/ I / the name and address of the international depositary;

/ Ii / the list of kinds of microorganisms, when it relates to notification only
some of their species;

/ Iii / a later date, if the Contracting State or intergovernmental organization
industrial property, which makes this limitation wish to
effects listed in Article 8 (2) b) occurred later than the date after
expiration of three months calculated from the date of notification.

C) In the case where valid paragraph b) / iii /, takes effect referred to in

Article 8 (2) b) the date specified in the notice under this paragraph;
Otherwise occur after a period of three months from the date of notification.

D) The Director General shall immediately notify all Contracting States and
intergovernmental industrial property organizations of any notification
received under Article 8 (2), as well as legally effective date under paragraph
c). Appropriate message immediately publish the International Bureau.

04.03

Implications for storing

In the event of termination or limitation of the status of international depositary
on the basis of the provisions of Articles 8 (1), 8 (2), 9 (4) or Article 17 (4) shall apply mutatis mutandis
Rule 5.1

Rule 5 Failure to perform the functions of an international depositary

05.01

Stop exercising their functions with respect to the deposited microorganisms

A) If any international depositary authority temporarily stops or
finally perform the tasks to be performed under the Contract and this
IPC as relates to microorganisms that are with him
stored Contracting State, or intergovernmental organizations
industrial property which, under Article 6 (1) to provide assurances regarding
of storage space:

/ I / ensure the fullest extent possible transfer of samples of these organisms
immediately and without damage or contamination of this
depositary ( "defaulting depositary") to another international depositary
( " spare storage site ");

/ Ii / ensure the fullest extent possible, to substitute ukládacímu
place immediately handed over all correspondence and all other communications sent
defaulting ukládacímu place, then all the files and other relevant information
that this storage own place if
relate said microorganisms;

/ Iii / ensure the fullest extent possible to defaulting depositary
promptly notified all affected depositors
interrupt the performance of their functions and to inform them about their delegated;

/ Iv / report promptly CEO of interruption of function
about its extent and the measures which have been implemented
mentioned Contracting State or intergovernmental industrial property organization in accordance with subparagraphs
/ i / to / iii /.

B) The Director General shall notify the Contracting States and intergovernmental organizations
industrial property, as well as offices for industrial property
a notification received under paragraph a) / iv /.
International Bureau shall promptly publish such notice.

C) In accordance with the relevant patent procedure may require
after receiving the receipt referred to in Rule 5.7 deponent each
Office of Industrial Property in which the patent application was filed
reference to the original store, immediately announced
incremental number that was spare storage space allocated
deposited microorganism.

D) Spare depositary will maintain an appropriate manner both incremental
number assigned defaulting storage place, and incremental number of new
.

E) In addition transferring effected pursuant to paragraph a) / i / carry defaulting
depositary at the request of the depositor, if possible
carrying a sample of any microorganism which was deposited with him, as well as handing over copies of all correspondence
and all other notifications and all files and other relevant information
under paragraph a) / ii /
into any international depositary that it deponent grasses and not
identical replacement storage place, provided that deponent pay
defaulting ukládacímu place all expenses associated with such delegation.
Depositor pays the fee for the storage of said sample to the international
ukládacímu place that he described.

F) At the request of any of the depositor holds the defaulting storage
place, if possible, samples of any organisms that were with him
saved.

05.02

I Am rejecting the adoption of certain kinds of microorganisms

A) Where the international depositary authority refuses to accept for deposit
some of the kinds of microorganisms which is provided by
receive assurances Contracting State or intergovernmental organization
industrial property that have made with regard to this place ukládacímu
declaration under Article 7 (1)), it shall immediately
Director General of the relevant facts and actions taken.


B) The Director General shall inform immediately the other Contracting States and intergovernmental organizations
industrial property on the received notification.
International Bureau shall promptly publish such notification.

Rule 6 Implementation of the original deposit or new deposit

06.01

Original store

A) Except in cases governed by rule 06.02, it is a microorganism
which is transmitted by the depositor to the international ukládacímu place
accompanied by a written statement bearing the signature of the depositor, which includes:

/ I / an indication that the deposit is performed under this contract, and commitment that
not be withdrawn during the period stated Rule 9.1 .;

/ Ii / the name and address of the depositor;

/ Iii / details of the conditions necessary for culturing a microorganism
for its storage and for examination of its viability, and stores
when the mixture of microorganisms, a description of the components and at least one of
methods This enables the control of their presence;

/ Iv / identifier (eg. Number or symbols etc.) given by the depositor
microorganism;

/ V / indication of the characteristics of the microorganism which are or may
pose a risk to health or the environment, or an indication that the depositor is not
about such properties of microorganisms not known.

B) It is strongly recommended that the written statement referred to in paragraph a)
contained the scientific description and / or proposed taxonomic designation of the microorganism
.

06.02
New store


A) Subject to the provisions of paragraph b) in the case of a new store
under Article 4 of the microorganism that deponent passes
international ukládacímu place, accompanied by a copy of the receipt of
preceding the imposition of a copy of the latest statement of
viability of the microorganism which was the subject of prior
store, and also indicative that the microorganism is viable.
A further written statement bearing the signature of the depositor and containing:

/ I / information under Rule 1.6 a) / i / to / v /;

/ Ii / declaration stating the reason referred to in Article 4 (1))
decisive for the new store, as well as a statement that the newly saved microorganism
coincides with the one that was the subject of the previous deposit and the date ,
the deponent received notification pursuant to Article 4 (1)) or possibly
date of publication pursuant to Article 4 (1) e);

/ Iii / the most recent scientific description and / or proposed taxonomic designation,
as notified to the international ukládacímu place, which has been done
previous store, and if it was given the scientific description
and / or proposed taxonomic designation relating
previous saving.

B) The provisions referred to in paragraph a) / i / does not apply if the new deposit
performed at international depositary authority, which has been done
previous store.

C) Under the merger, "previous deposit" within the meaning of paragraphs a) and b) and the rules
07.04 means:

/ I / the last of the additional new store, if a new store
done so that he was preceded by one or more other new store;

/ Ii / original deposit was not preceded by the new store if one or more
other new store.

06.03

Requirements of international depositary

A) Any international depositary authority may require

/ I / a microorganism has been deposited in the form and amount of which are
necessary for the purposes of this Treaty and the Regulations;

/ Ii / that for the purposes of administrative management of this storage space
form submitted by destination and duly completed by the depositor
;

/ Iii / to a written statement pursuant to Rule 06.01 a) or 6.2 a)
was prepared in the language or one of the languages ​​specified by that place
it being understood that the determination of language must in any case
include the official language or languages ​​designated as such in accordance with the provisions of Rule
1.3 b) / v /;

/ Iv / to be paid a fee for storage referred to in Rule 12.1 a)
/ i /;

/ In / to the extent that it allows the applicable legislation, concluded
deponent this place a contract defining the responsibility of the depositor and
appropriate location.

B) Any international depositary authority shall, in this case
these requirements and all versions of the International Bureau.

06.04
Admissions



A) The international depositary authority refuses to accept the microorganism and shall inform
forthwith depositor in writing stating the reasons for that refusal

/ I / if the microorganism belonging to the species of the microorganism to which
covered by assurance rules 01.03 b) / iii / or 3.3 .;

/ Ii / if the microorganism properties so exceptional that
international depositary authority is technically not in a position to meet the challenges against him,
which aims to ensure the provisions of the Treaty and of the implementing regulation
; or

/ Iii / if the deposit (saving) is taken in a state that
clearly indicates that the microorganism is missing or is the scientific reasons
impossible to be accepted.

B) Subject to paragraph a) international depositary receives
microorganism when all the requirements of Rules 06.01 a)
or 2.6 ) and rules 06.03 and). Unless these requirements are met,
international depositary authority immediately informed in writing of this fact
depositor and invite him to meet those requirements.

C) If the microorganism accepted as an original or new deposit is
as the case may date of the original or new deposit to the date when
microorganism to an international depositary taken place.

D) The international depositary at the request of the depositor, and if all requirements are met
under paragraph b) will consider such
microorganism which was deposited with him before they came into the status of international
depositary under taken for the purposes of the Treaty
date when this Statute entered into.
Rule 7 Receipt


07.01
Issuing receipts


For each deposit of a microorganism that has been done by him or transferred to him
issue the international depositary receipt to the depositor
certifying receipt and acceptance of the microorganism.

07.02

Form; languages; signature

A) The receipt referred to in Rule 1.7 is exposed to a form called
"international form", a model of which is determined by the Director General in
languages ​​designated by the Assembly.

B) All words or letters filled upon receipt of letters
other than the Latin alphabet shall also indicate in regulation to letters of the Latin alphabet.

C) The receipt shall bear the signature of the person or persons who are authorized to represent
international depositary authority or signature of another
employee of storage space, which is said by a person or persons duly authorized
.

07.03

The content in the original store

Receipt under rule 07.01 issued in the original store
contains data that is issued by a depositary institution in its capacity
international depositary authority under the Treaty and containing at least the following information
:

/ I / the name and address of the international depositary;

/ Ii / the name and address of the depositor;

/ Iii / date of the original deposit as defined by the provisions of the rules
06.04 C);

/ Iv / identification data, numbers, symbols, etc., which the deponent called
microorganism;

/ V / incremental number assigned deposit (deposit)
international depositary;

/ Vi / scientific description and / or proposed taxonomic designation of the microorganism
if written declaration referred to in Rule 1.6
Reference to that fact contains.

07.04

The content for the new store

Receipt under rule 07.01, issued in the case of a new store
under Article 4, is accompanied by a copy of the receipt of the previous deposit
[within the meaning of the provisions of Rule 6.2 c)] and a copy of the latest certificate
about the viability of the microorganism which was the subject of prior
deposit within the meaning of the provisions of Rule 2.6 c)
stating that the microorganism is viable. Receipt
contain at least the following information:

/ I / the name and address of the international depositary;

/ Ii / the name and address of the depositor;

/ Iii / date of the new deposit as defined in Rule 06.04 C);

/ Iv / identifier (eg. Number or symbol) given by the depositor
microorganism;

/ V / incremental number assigned to the new international deposit depositary
place;

/ Vi / information on applicable and usable due date specified
depositor under Rule 6.2 a) / ii /;

/ Vii / reference to the fact that the deponent gave an indication of the scientific description and
or proposed taxonomic designation, if applicable provisions

Rule 06.02 a) / iii /;

/ Viii / accession number assigned by the previous store [
within the meaning of the provisions of Rule 2.6 C)].

07.05

Receipt in case of transfer

International depositary authority, to which the transmitted samples
Microorganisms under Rule 1.5 a) / i /, exposing depositor
receipt for each deposit in relation with which a sample is transferred;
Receipt indicates that it is exposed to a depositary institution in its capacity
international depositary authority under the Treaty, and includes at least:

/ I / the name and address of the international depositary;

/ Ii / the name and address of the depositor;

/ Iii / the date on which the transferred sample taken international depositary
place (date of transmission);

/ Iv / identifier (eg. Number or symbol) assigned by the depositor
microorganism;

/ V / accession number assigned by the international depositary institution;

/ Vi / name and address of the international depositary authority from which the transfer was carried out
;

/ Vii / accession number assigned by the international depositary, where
transfer was effected;

/ Viii / link in the event that a written declaration in accordance with rules 06.01 a)
or 2.6 a) contains the scientific description and / or proposed taxonomic designation
microorganisms, or the scientific description and / or the proposed
taxonomic designations were previously the subject of the data or were later
governed by rule 01.08

07.06

Communication of scientific description and / or proposed taxonomic designation

At the request of either party authorized to accept a sample
deposited microorganism according to rules 1.11, 2.11 or 3.11
communicate to the international depositary authority such party the most recent scientific description
and / or the latest proposed taxonomic designation according to rules 01.06
B) 2.6 a) / iii / or 1.8 b) / iii /.

Rule 8 Later indication or amendment of the scientific description and / or proposed taxonomic designation


08.01


Announcement
A) If, in connection with the deposit of a microorganism was denounced
scientific description and / or taxonomic designation of the microorganism, so it can deponent
so additionally, or if it already has, it can change such a description
/ or label.

B) Any such later indication or amendment shall be made by written notice
equipped podpisem depositor to be sent to the address of the international depositary
which includes:

/ I / the name and address of the depositor;

/ Ii / accession number assigned by the storage place;

/ Iii / scientific description and / or proposed taxonomic designation
microorganism;

/ Iv / in case of changes in the last preceding scientific description and / or previous
proposed taxonomic designation.

08.02
Confirmation


At the request of the depositor having made the notification under Rule 1.8,
international depositary authority issue a certificate containing the data according to the rules
08.01 b) / i / to / iv /, as well as the date of receipt of this notice.

Rule 9 Storage of Microorganisms

09.01
Retention period


International depositary keeps every organism, which is at
saved him, with all the care required to maintain its viability and
avoid contamination, for a period of at least five years after it was filed last
Requests for delivery of a sample of the deposited microorganism, and in each case
for at least thirty years from the date of deposit.

09.02
Confidentiality


No international depositary authority fails to provide the information to anyone, whether it is for him
deposited microorganism under this contract. Furthermore, anyone
not provide information concerning any microorganism deposited with him
hereunder, except Office, the natural or legal persons who
are entitled to obtain a sample of said microorganism under Rule 11
and conditions specified in this rule.

Rule 10 Examination vitality and viability of certificates

1.10


Testing Duty
International depositary executes test the viability of each microorganism
saved by him:

/ I / immediately after any deposit referred to in Rule 6 or any transfer of
under Rule 5.1 .;

/ Ii / at reasonable intervals, depending on the kind of microorganism and
possible conditions of its storage or whenever it appears necessary from
technical reasons;

/ Iii / any time upon request of the depositor.

2.10


Certificate of viability

A) The international depositary authority shall issue a certificate about the viability of the deposited microorganism
:

/ I / depositor immediately after any deposit referred to in Rule 6 or any transfer
under Rule 5.1 .;

/ Ii / depositor at his request, at any time after the deposit or transfer;

/ Iii / any industrial property office or other office
natural or legal person other than the depositor, which were deposited microorganism samples
delivered in accordance with Rule 11, on
request, either simultaneously with the release of the sample, or anytime thereafter.

B) A certificate of viability indicates whether the microorganism
viable, whether or not already, and includes:

/ I / the name and address of the international depositary authority, which issued a statement
;

/ Ii / the name and address of the depositor;

/ Iii / date under Rule 3.7 / Iii / or, if a re
storage or transmission, the latest data under the provisions of Rules 07.04
/ Iii / a 7.5 / Iii /;

/ Iv / incremental number assigned above the storage place;

/ In / check date to which it relates;

/ Vi / information on the conditions under which the examination
viability done, if such information is requested Party
that certificate on the viability and the results were negative
test.

C) In the cases referred to in paragraphs a) / ii / and / iii / certification of viability concerns
recent viability test.

D) As regards the form, languages ​​and signature, Rule 7.2
Mutatis mutandis to the statement of viability.

E) In the case referred to in paragraph a) / i /, or if the request is made
Office of Industrial Property, is a statement about the viability of free.
Any fee payable under Rule 12.1 a)
/ iii /, as regards other statements about the viability goes
to the detriment of the party who requested the declaration, and must be paid before filing
application or simultaneously with its administration.

Rule 11 Supplying samples

11.1.

Supplying samples to interested industrial property offices for

Any international depositary authority shall issue any sample deposited microorganism
industrial property office of a Contracting State or any intergovernmental organization
industrial property on request
this office, provided that the application is accompanied by a declaration of | || showing that

/ I / application relating to the deposit of a microorganism was at
that office for the grant of a patent and that the subject is
This microorganism or use this micro-organism;

/ Ii / such application is pending before that office or has led to the granting of a patent
;

/ Iii / sample is needed for the purposes of patent procedure having effect in that
Contracting State or in the said organization or its member
States;

/ Iv / the sample and any information accompanying sample or
arising therefrom will be used only for the purposes of the said patent
management.

2.11

Supplying samples of the depositor or on behalf

Any international depositary will deliver a sample of any deposited microorganism


/ I / depositor's request;

/ Ii / any official place of a natural or legal person (
only "authorized party") at their request provided that the request is
accompanied by a declaration of the depositor authorizing the requested delivery
sample.

3.11

Supplying samples to authorized parties inevitably

A) Any international depositary will deliver a sample of any deposited microorganism
any official place or
any natural or legal person (hereinafter the "authorized party") on their request for
provided that the request was made on a form whose content is determined
Assembly, and that form the Office for industrial property certifies
:

/ I / that an application relating to the deposit of a microorganism was at
that office for the grant of a patent and that the subject invention is
involving this organism or its use;

/ Ii / that, except where the second sentence of paragraph applies / iii /, the Office has made
publication for the Purposes of Patent Procedure;

/ Iii / either that the authorized party has the right to sample on the basis of statutory

Regulations governing patent procedure before that Office, and that if
within the meaning of the statutory provisions depends on the sample on the right
certain conditions, this authority is satisfied that such conditions have actually
fulfilled, or that the authorized party joined before this
office of his signature on the form, and that as a result of signing the form
be considered fulfilled conditions for the issue of a sample
authorized party in accordance with the regulations governing
patent procedure before that Office. In the event that an authorized party has
that right on the basis of these legal requirements before publishing the Purposes of Patent Procedure
said office and such publication has not yet been
done, it must explicitly state certification and state, citing
made in the usual manner relevant provisions of the statutory
regulations, including court decisions.

B) With respect to patents granted and published by any authority
industrial property, such authority may from time to time any place
international ukládacímu report lists incremental volumes
assigned to this place saved microorganisms and specified in these | || patents. The international depositary authority shall deliver the request
any official position, natural or legal persons (hereinafter "the requesting party
") sample of any microorganism in the event that he was so
announced an incremental number. Regarding deposited microorganisms
whose accession numbers have been so communicated, it is not necessary that said
Authority has granted a certificate under Rule 11.3 and).

11.4.
General


A) Any request, declaration, certificate or notice referred to in
Rules 11.1, 11.2 and 3.11 will be:

/ I / in English, French, Russian or Spanish, if they are addressed to the international
ukládacímu place whose official language is
or whose official languages ​​include English, French, Russian and
Spanish. In the event that these documents must be made in Russian or
Spanish, they can be submitted instead
in English or French. The International Bureau then takes on demand
interested parties referred to in this implementing regulation or
international depositary immediately and free of charge
certified translation into Russian or Spanish;

/ Ii / in all other cases, such a document is in a language
English or French, and may instead be performed in
official language or one of the official languages ​​of the international depositary
place.

B) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph a) if the request for
conditions rule 11.1. It serves industrial property offices, whose
official language is Russian or Spanish, that request may be in Russian or Spanish
and the International Bureau and promptly takes charge
at the request of that office or the international depositary which | || adopt such a request, a certified translation into English or French language
.

C) Any request, declaration or certification referred to in Rules
1.11, 2.11 and 3.11 a) must be in writing and must bear
signed and dated.

D) Any request, declaration or certification referred to in Rules
1.11, 2.11 and 3.11 a) must contain the following information:

/ I / the name and address of the industrial property office, which serves
request, the name and address of the authorized or entitled persons - Party;

/ Ii / incremental number assigned deposit (deposit);

/ Iii / the case under Rule 11.1. date and number of the application or patent
relating to storage;

/ Iv / the case under Rule 11.3 a) the data referred to in paragraph / iii /,
and the name and address of the industrial property office, which provided
certified under that rule.

E) Any request under Rule 11.3 b) contain the following information:

/ I / the name and address of the requesting party;

/ Ii / incremental number assigned deposit (deposit).

F) The container in which the sample is supplied, mark
international depositary authority with the accession number assigned deposit (deposit) and
attached to the container copy of the receipt referred to in Rule 7, an indication of eventual
properties of microorganisms, that constitute or may

Risk to health or the environment, and, on request
indication of the conditions which the international depositary used for growing and storing
microorganism.

G) International depositary that supplied sample
interested party different from the depositor, promptly notifies the depositor in writing of this fact
well as the date for delivery of the sample occurred, and the name and address
Office industrial property, the name and address
authorized party or by the party requesting the parties to whom the sample was delivered. To
This report shall be accompanied by a copy of the relevant request, a copy of the declaration submitted by the rules
11.1. or 2.11 / Ii / in connection with this
applications and all forms or applications with the signature of the requesting party
under Rule 11.3

H) Supplying samples under Rule 11.1. free. In the case of the issue
sample according to rules 02.11 or 3.11 goes
charge of Rule 12.1 a) / iv / borne by the depositor entrusted party, the authorized party, or
requesting party and must be paid before submitting this application
or its administration.

5.11

Editing Rules 11.1. and 11.3, when applied to the international application


If the application was filed as an international application under the Treaty
Patent Cooperation considered a reference in the rules 11.1. / I / and
3.11 a) / i / to the filing with the Office of Industrial Property
as a reference for determining the Contracting State in an international application, for which
's Office of Industrial Property 'designated authority' within the meaning of
contracts and certificates the publication of which is required under rule
3.11 a) / ii /, the decision by industrial property office either
certificates of international disclosure made in accordance with the provisions
thereof, or a certificate of publications by the Office for Industrial Property
.

Rule 12 Fees

1.12

The type and amount of fees

A) Any international depositary authority may, with regard to the management
modified by this Treaty and the Regulations, charge a fee:

/ I / for preservation;

/ Ii / for issuing licenses in accordance with Rule 8.2 .;

/ Iii / for the declaration of viability, subject to the provisions
first sentence of rule 10.2 E);

/ Iv / for delivering samples, subject to the provisions of the first sentence of Rule 11.4.
H);

/ In / for submission of information under Rule 7.6

B) The fee for storage for the whole period, after which the sample was
kept under Rule 1.9

C) The amount of any fee shall not vary on the basis of nationality or residence of the depositor
or for reasons similar nationality or residence
official sites, natural or legal persons applying for
issue a statement about the viability or a sample delivery.

2.12

Changes to fee

A) any change in the amount of fees collected by any international depositary
CEO will be notified
Contracting State or intergovernmental industrial property organization which made
declaration under Article 7 (1) with respect to this ukládacímu site. With
Subject to the provisions of paragraph c) notification may indicate a date,
from which to collect new fees.

B) The Director General shall promptly notify all Contracting States and
intergovernmental industrial property organizations of any notification received under paragraph
a), as well as legally effective date under paragraph
c); This notification CEO and informing him
taken publish without delay the International Bureau.

C) Any new fees are valid from the date referred to in paragraph a)
assuming that is where a change in the fee increase, or unless
no date is so indicated, the new fees are valid from the thirtieth
day after publication of the change by the International Bureau.

Rule 12bis Computation of Time Limits

12bis.1.

Periods expressed in number of

When a period is expressed by one year or more years
begins on the day following the day on which the incident in question occurred, and
expires next year which falls into account, bear the same month | || name and date same number as the month and the day on which the said event occurred
. However, if the month to be taken into account, has no such

Day with the same numerical designation, the time limit expires
last day of that month.

12bis.2.

Periods Expressed in number of months

When a period is expressed as one month or more months
begins on the day following the day on which the incident in question occurred, and
expires next month which falls in the account, the same day bear | || number as the day on which the said event occurred. However, if
month, which should be taken into account, no such day is the same numerical designation
, the time limit expires on the last day of this month.

12bis.3.

Periods expressed in days

When a period is expressed by a number of days beginning on the date
following the relevant event and will expire on the last day of the relevant
number of days.

Rule 13 Publication by the International Bureau

1.13

Form publication

Any publication by the International Bureau of which is mentioned in
Treaty or the Implementing Regulations, shall be made in monthly
International Bureau mentioned in the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property
.

2.13
Contents


A) at least in the first issue of each year in that monthly
publish a list of international depositories as of the date of publication, with
data on the types of microorganisms that in these storage locations can be stored
, as well as the amount of fees levied by them.

B) Full information on the following facts shall be published once
, in the first issue of the monthly magazine issued after the formation of the objective reality
. Concerns:

/ I / each acquisition, termination and restriction status of international depositary
place and measures taken in connection with that termination or limitation;

/ Ii / each extension under Rule 3.3 .;

/ Iii / any interruption of international depositary functions,
refusal to adopt certain kinds of microorganisms and
measures taken in connection with interruptions or rejection;

/ Iv / any changes in the charges levied by the international depositary institution;

/ V / any requirements notified in accordance with Rule 3.6 b)
and any amendments thereto.

Rule 14 Expenses of delegations

14.1.
Covering expenses


The expenses of each delegation that will attend any session
Assembly and any committee, working group or other meeting
dealing with questions relating to the Union borne by the State or organization
has appointed the delegation.

Rule 15 Absence of Quorum in the Assembly

15.1.
Voting letter


A) In the case provided for in Article 10 (5) b) notify the Director General of
any decisions of the Assembly (other than decisions relating to
procedural issues on your own actions Assembly) Contracting States when deciding which
They were not present, and invite them to within three
months from the date of notification in writing their vote or
statement on abstention.

B) If after the expiration of this period, the number of States Parties, which follows
cast their votes or statements of abstention reached
number of Contracting States which was lacking for attaining the quorum when
decision becomes the decision is valid provided that simultaneously
still achieving the required majority.